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Wac Arts - Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre
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Wac Arts - Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre
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Wac Arts - Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre

Develop your talents in singing, dance and drama and gain all the skills you need to enter the professional performance world.

11 December 2016 - 23 July 2017 | Visit website

Do you want to pursue a career in the performing arts? The Wac Arts Diploma Professional Musical Theatre programme is a cutting edge, full-time, degree level qualification.

This one of a kind programme gives you the opportunity to gain the skills needed to succeed in the professional performance world.

The Wac Arts Diploma champions non-western art forms (including Aerial circus training, African singing and African dance) alongside traditional musical theatre training in singing, dance and drama.

Auditions:
11th Dec 2016
12th Feb 2017
28th May 2017
23rd July 2017

Open Days:
24th Nov 2016
16th March 2017
29th June 2017

To book please email Diploma@WacArts.co.uk or call 020 7692 5838. Find out more.

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