The latest news from our course:
AUB BA (Hons) Acting graduates Elliot Warren, Olivia Brady and Alex Babalola have won a Fringe First Award for their production, Flesh and Bone, at this years Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
The AUB Acting graduates have taken their production Flesh and Bone to the festival this year, after founding their theatre company, Unpolished Theatre, last year.
The Sea is a haunting yarn set in the wilds of the Western Isles. Beautiful music, grotesque puppetry, mask theatre, poetic verse and evocative soundscapes interact to create an eerie lament of love, brutality and loss.
Emerald Ant is thrilled to announce an award of £29,900 from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Over the next two years, schools in Dorset, Devon, Kent, Sussex and London will enjoy outdoor performances thanks to the Iguanodon Restaurant.
18 BA (Hons) Acting, Costume and Performance Design, Creative Events Management and Make-up for Media and Performance students recently collaborated with outdoor theatre specialists And Now and creative producers Activate to deliver a 24-hour brief.
Students will work with participants with early-stage dementia, as well as their families and carers. The workshops are part of the course’s Applied Theatre Project, which encourages students to collaborate with specific target groups outside of the course.
BA (Hons) Acting Alumni Elliot Warren and Olivia Brady’s production, FLESH & BONE will be showing at Pleasance Courtyard at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, having won £10,000 as part of the Charlie Hartill Fund.
The pair started Unpolished Theatre Company in September 2016 and Flesh and Bone is their first show. Described as “A show that gives the gritty residents of an East London Tower Block a stage, through their wickedly eloquent voices we are thrust into their stories, held by the scruff of the neck, and made to listen” FLESH & BONE follows the lives of five characters, three of which are played by AUB Alumni, Elliot Warren, Olivia Brady and Alessandro Babalola.
In January 2017, Untold Theatre will be producing an exciting piece of new writing, The Ghosts of Mr. Dickens, which will tour theatres and community venues across the UK.
Untold Theatre was founded three years ago by BA (Hons) Acting graduates, Jessica Levinson Young and Joseph Rynhart.
The awards ceremony took place on Friday 18th November.
This Autumn they are collaborating with another theatre company, Yellowbelly Theatre (Will Hobby and Grace Noble). Together, they are touring a production of The Tempest across the country – to theatres, community venues and places of education.
Dominique said: “The audition process involved several rounds, with various vocal and dance calls in different stages. Then I got to the final call, which is when you meet all the Disney executives.
The show tells the story of Jimmy Rabbitte, a young working class music fan, who shapes an unlikely bunch of amateur musicians and friends into an amazing live act, the finest soul band Dublin has ever produced.
BA (Hons) Acting alumnus, Nick Fruin, is currently appearing in BBC3 comedy series Witless.
Nick graduated in 2013 and has now secured the role of DJ Sound as F*** in the new BBC3 comedy series, which follows the lives of two flat-mates under witness protection.