In the ten years since its foundation the Drama department at Kingston has established a national and international reputation for both teaching and research.
Our substantial academic team, have established reputations as performance makers, playwrights, actors, cultural critics, dramaturgs and theoreticians. Our interests range across contemporary, popular, devised and early modern theatre, alongside cultural policy, applied theatre, modernist theatre, creative writing, and performance as social intervention.
In our Drama department staff and students work together closely on courses that combine the best in practical and theoretical approaches to the field of theatre and performance.
Kingston also offers the opportunity to combine your undergraduate studies in Drama with an unusually wide range of other subjects including Creative Writing, Dance, English Literature, History, Film, Studies.
At Kingston we can help you develop the knowledge and the skills necessary to prepare you for a wide range of work and life opportunities. A Drama degree will equip you with skills such as problem-solving, teamwork, creative and analytical thinking, and effective communication, that make you attractive to employers in a wide range of settings.
Kingston Shakespeare seminar: Chantal Schutz and Anne-Miller-Balise, ‘Early Modern Inkpots'
6.30pm, Thursday, 30 March 2017
Rose Theatre, 24-26 High Street, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 1HL
As part of the Kingston Shakespeare Seminar Series 2017.