The following spaces used for teaching, research, performances and events include:
The George Wood Theatre:
Scenography Construction Workshop
Objects and Research Workshop
Students’ work is supported by 5 technicians who also tutor and who cover the following key roles:
- Francesca Faulkner-Greatorex: Stage Management & Theatre Management
- Rachael Champion: Scenographic Realisation
- Berthe Fortin: Wardrobe Management
- Gareth Jenkinson: Digital Technologies (video and sound)
Students also get to use some of the many spaces in College including diverse lecture and seminar teaching rooms. Recent refurbishment of St James Hatcham, offering a location embedded within our campus and of high aesthetic quality, has broadened the variety of space available to students for lectures and practice based work. Students can also borrow equipment (cameras, recording, laptop etc) from the College Media Services and use the College sound recording studio and video editing facilities in the Library. The Library also offers Language-Learning resources. College provides students with English and Academic Writing Support. There is a State-of-the-art fitness gym on campus, with subsidised rates for students.
The University's Library is open 24hrs a day. It has both Mac and PC workstations including video editing software. It houses the copious LIFT (London International Festival of Theatre) Video Collection and an excellent collection of material on all aspects of theatre history and performance. As University of London students, the University of London Library at Senate House is accessible and it is possible to arrange access to the specialist collections of the British Library, and the Mander and Mitchenson archive.
With the London Overground Line providing fast access to East, North East and South West London and quick National Rail services, within minutes of Waterloo and London Bridge, College is within easy reach of the South Bank arts complex, the Globe Theatre, the Tate Modern, West End theatres, ArtsAdmin at Toynbee Studios, Rich Mix, Sadler's Wells, the Almeida Theatre, the King's Head , The Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) and more locally, Greenwich Theatre, the Albany Theatre in Deptford, Oval House, Laban Theatre, as well as many small local fringe theatre venues and galleries.
See also the general facilities of the College.
To book rehearsal time in any of the Department spaces, please complete this form (College log in required).
Content last modified: 09 Mar 2015
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