Our courses give you the chance to experience a wide variety of modern, contemporary and practical skills and techniques in the performing and production arts.
You’ll develop practical performance skills for using voice and movement to communicate effectively with an audience.
Teamwork, self-discipline and confidence are core skills that you’ll develop on the programme, and you’ll also get valuable experiences from directing and leading your classmates. Not only are these skills and experiences vital for the creative industries, but they also prepare you for other career paths.
Take part in lots of exciting performances, including major productions, touring performances and a range of internal smaller performances and workshops.
Performances take place both on-campus, and in local theatres across Surrey, such as GLive, and the Electric Theatre.
There are three, fully-equipped dance studios at Guildford College, with one that is multi-functional for musical theatre.
All studios have HiFi facilities with iPod connectivity, TV and video players and mirrors. Some of these studios can also be used as small performance venues. All studios are fully equipped, with sound and audio-visual equipment.
Film and TV acting classes taught in a state-of-the-art TV studio where students get to experience a variety of techniques including use of autocue, green screen, location shooting, and other professional, screen-acting practices.
Our performing arts programmes are great preparation for both university and conservatoire training.
They build your core skills in acting, dancing and stage management, so you can aim for a career in the performing arts sector. If music is your thing, you’ll get experience of performing live to audiences and working in sound studios. You can even collaborate with Media students to make music videos!
Music, visual arts, and the performing arts industries contribute over £4 billion a year to the UK economy.
As of 2020, in the UK, there are 201,387 jobs in just the performing arts, with a further 8,572 openings per year Arts officers, producers and director jobs are forecast to grow ahead of the national average rate between 2020 and 2025.
Sam, Performing and Production Arts Level 3 Extended DiplomaRead my storyThe teachers are excellent, they’re all great in their respected fields and they know loads about their chosen fields and push you. They’re always trying to make you do your best.