This degree explores the practice of theatre and performance in community and educational settings, for social, political and personal change.
**Why study BA Drama: Performance, Politics, and Society at Goldsmiths?**
- You’ll explore the relationship between arts and activism, particularly in the fields of politics, international relations and sociology, and between a work and its historical, social, culture, and intellectual context.
- You'll think about what it means to perform in different settings including social care, prisons and community centres
- An exemplary team of Goldsmiths artists and academics will teach and mentor you. They also lead their own creative projects and continue to publish their own academic work, too – so you can be sure that what you’re learning is relevant and up-to-date.
- This degree reflects Goldsmiths’ radical, political, and interdisciplinary home of the arts and humanities in the heart of London.
Year 1 In your first year you will take the following core modules:
Introduction to Dramaturgy
Processes of Performance: The Ensemble
Theatre Making 1
The Politics of Play, Plays and Playing
Radical Performance Vocabularies
Year 2 In your second year you will study:
Modernisms and Postmodernity A
Questions of Performance
Contexts of Practice
Creativity and Culture A: Contexts
Creativity and Culture B: Crafts
You also choose modules from Modernisms and Postmodernity B and Elements of Theatre History
Year 3 In your third year you will study:
Culture and Performance: Critical Cultural Theory
Culture and Performance B: Options
Theatre Making 3: Laboratory and Projects
Major Research Project: Drama
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees||Fee type|
|Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)||Other Fees|
- IELTS (Academic)6.0With a 6.0 in writing and no element lower than 5.5