Behind the Scenes Educational Performing Arts, Drama & Theatre Conference
This event will take place on dates of your choice throughout the year in London. This learning experience is specifically designed to meet the needs of Theatre Studies and Performing Arts students by bringing the curriculum to life and introducing them to professionals in their field. As part of the unique experience, students will take part in lively workshops linking key topics being studied and giving valuable advice for their future careers.
- The Package
- Travel Options
- Places to Stay
Ashley Herman will play a key role in the event by introducing the themes of the day and leading a Q&A session. He is a professional Theatre Producer and Chairman of the world-renowned Guildford School of Acting Conservatoire for Musical Theatre, Acting and Technical Theatre. He began his career in the theatre at the age of 17; training with Brian Way's Theatre Centre and started his career as Assistant Stage Manager at the Wimbledon Theatre, the Royal Ballet and the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. He has since produced or co-produced over 35 West End shows and several Broadway shows including Moby Dick, The Sound of Music, The Truman Capote Talk Show, the Importance of Being Earnest, The Living Room and Fame.
- 1 night bed and breakfast accommodation in central London
- National Theatre Backstage Tour
- Tickets to an evening performance of a West End Musical
- 3 Interactive Workshops : Introduction to the West End. Open Call and Stage Combat
- Tickets to a matinee performance
- 1:10 free place ratio for staff
- Group Leader & Student Conference Pack
- Services of the Events Team during your stay in London
Free time indicates when to plan your study visits and sightseeing. Contact us for details.
Morning: Departure from School/College
Afternoon: Arrive in London and check into your accommodation. Backstage Theatre Tour
Evening: See an evening performance of a West End show & overnight in London
Morning: Behind the Scenes Workshops
Afternoon: Matinee performance of West End play
Evening: Travel home