FREE Actor Development Programme

Didn't get into drama school this year? - Free actor training course!

Are you 18-23 years old? Do you dream of a career in the performing arts? If so, this is for you. Peer Productions seeks the brightest and boldest emerging young actors to become part of our 2015-16 company!

FREE Actor Development Programme

This year long free opportunity will provide you with a broad range of performance and production skills for theatre and film. Most top drama schools and universities are looking for well rounded candidates with real life and industry experience under their belts. This is why Peer Productions graduates have gone on to so many excellent institutions including LAMDA, Central School of Speech and Drama, GSA, East15, LIPA, Manchester Met, Birmingham School of Acting, Rose Bruford and the American Academy of Dramatic Art in New York.

The company is led by award winning, professional directors/writers who will develop your individual skills and confidence to the highest degree and help you to identify your individual path into the industry.

This Actor Development Programme runs from September 15 - July 16.

Peer Productions is a youth arts training charity specialising in Peer Education through Theatre based in Working, Surrey. Successful applicants will need to commit to five days per week.

In addition to their community arts practice, actors will have the opportunity to work towards an Arts Award Gold (level 3) accreditation and a Level 4 Creative Practitioner Diploma.

This course is being offered FREE of charge!

(Applicants will be subject to an audition and DBS check)

To apply visit - http://www.peerproductions.co.uk/participation/actor-training/

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Luke Taylor

Luke Taylor Contributor

I work as the Network Administrator for Voice. Having completed my apprenticeship at Unit Twenty Three, I continue my work supporting Voice and the Youth Network in whatever way possible. Music is my passion, and I will happily talk about all the bands you've probably never heard of!

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