Manchester School of Theatre at Manchester Metropolitan University has a long–standing reputation for training professional actors, theatre makers and performers for employment in theatre, film, TV and radio
The Manchester School of Theatre (originally the Manchester Polytechnic School of Theatre) is a tertiary school of theatre, drama and performance situated in the city of Manchester, founded in 1970. It is a part of Manchester Metropolitan University , and, in its work as a conservatoire, a member of the Federation of Drama Schools .
About Us. We are actors, theatre makers, performers, researchers, thinkers and doers. Based within the wider creative community of Manchester Metropolitan University, we are surrounded by artists, filmmakers, scriptwriters and others.
Acting. BA ( Hons) Acting. UCAS W411. 3 years ( full-time) The BA (Hons) Acting programme is a leading actor training based in the heart of Manchester. Led by a team of specialist and highly experienced directors, teachers and practitioners, the BA (Hons) Acting course at Manchester School of Theatre has an outstanding reputation for training ...
Apply & Audition. An audition is an important part of the admissions process for our Acting, Drama and Contemporary Performance courses at Manchester School of Theatre. An audition is your chance to demonstrate that you have the ability to succeed on our challenging and exciting courses. The application and audition arrangements are different ...
Manchester School of Theatre productions provide a unique opportunity to sample the talents of a highly skilled and versatile group of actors. Each season offers a range of theatrical and entertaining productions. Use the links below to find out more about each production including ticket details.
The MA/MFA Performance is an exciting taught masters programme that offers a practical, versatile and interdisciplinary approach to performance-making and training. The programme provides students with an advanced and practical understanding of current performance practices, drawing on a broad range of artistic and theoretical influences.