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About the course

MA/MFA Contemporary Performance is a taught, Masters programme that focuses on innovative contemporary performance practice. It is a practical course aimed at artists/graduates working within and across radical theatre and/or dance practices (experimental theatre, contemporary dance, performance art, dance theatre, physical theatre etc.). The course is designed and led by established practitioners, curators and academics, who are connected to, expert in, and passionate about the leading edge of theatre and dance practices in Europe and beyond.

The programme will enrich participants’ practice as contemporary performance makers whilst developing the professional sustainability of their work within the professional networks available to them, both in the region and across European and

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Entry Requirements

You will normally have a minimum of a 2:2 UK honours degree (or international equivalent) in a related subject. Alternatively, you may be admitted if you have a professional qualification or can demonstrate relevant professional practice. All candidates will be required to attend an interview, where they will be asked to present their current practice and discuss their interest in the course. Overseas applicants will be seen via Skype/telephone.

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