Performing Arts

Aug 6, 2020, 13:32 PM
Performing Arts
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Were you born to perform?

Our performing arts courses provide a fantastic opportunity to develop your skills and couldn’t be a better place to start out. Whether you are interested in dance, drama, music or theatre studies we will have a course that would be right for you! 

Where will this lead you? 

The opportunities are limitless.  You can go on to study higher education courses at professional dance, music or theatre schools as well as at university.  Careers can include working as a musician, performer, teacher or journalist. 


Meet the team

Luke Scattergood - Teacher of Performing Arts

I moved to London to study acting at Drama school, where I got the opportunity to explore both my own skills in voice and theatre, I also fell in love with getting to direct and work with others in the development of their skills. After graduating Drama school training, I set up a theatre company, where we work across theatre and filmed work.

Having this practical experience with creating my own work, I have been able to pass this onto students, as well as creating and giving job opportunities through contacts in the industry. I have loved every chance that the college have offered when working with students in the development of their skills in theatre performance, vocal performance and film making.



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Yvonne Jones - Teacher of Dance, Drama and Theatre Studies

I have over 10 years’ experience working in FE and HE education, as a course leader and lecturer in performing arts at Northbrook College, Sussex, and dance lecturer at what was formally Central Sussex College, Haywards Heath. I have loved theatre and performing from a young age and feel so privileged to be able to call my passion, my job.

Yvonne Jones

Our Facilities Performing Arts

Teaching styles

A wide range of teaching and learning styles are used during the course. Formal lessons are combined with discussion, group work, task- based learning and research activities.

Hands-on learning

Students will be able to learn and develop within the high spec dance studio, as well as having numerous opportunities to watch live productions and participate in workshops with professional companies and choreographers.

Hub Theatre

Our fantastic 220 seat theatre mirrors a professional working theatre environment for students to perform in, with rehearsal and dance studios located nearby.

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