Meet the future

The 2024 Degree Show has now finished.

However student commissions are still on display in the Vertical Gallery.

You can also view the work of 250 students on this web site.

Details of the upcoming MA Show will be available soon.

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Live Performances and Screenings

Friday 14 June, 7.30-8.05pm

Grosvenor East Theatre

Good Girls Do Burlesque
by Olivia McGrath, Emily Blake, Ed Watterson, Bea Fisher, Dante Chilon, Deanna Wright

Not your ordinary burlesque show... Good Girls Do Burlesque explores and deconstructs themes of burlesque and cabaret, in a highly visual, interactive and show-stopping performance.

BA (Hons) Drama and Contemporary Performance

Tuesday 18 June, 2–2.20pm

Grosvenor East Performance Studio (1.04)

Are feelings a human feeling or a feeling humans feel to feel human?
by Yarrow Spillane

A solo multimedia performance of the autoethnographic research process that the performer undertook when attempting to answer the question of the title, using physical theatre and direct address.

BA (Hons) Drama and Contemporary Performance

Wednesday 19 June, 2-2.20pm

Holden Gallery Dark Room

Milking It
by Leigh Titshall

She’s not quite ready to be the cat’s mother... Milking It is a new play written by Leigh Titshall as part of her Independent Project unit for her final year on the Acting degree programme.

BA (Hons) Acting

Wednesday 19 June, 4-4.20pm

Grosvenor East Theatre

Scenes from Merrily We Roll Along
by Nejc Lisjak

A moving musical that unfolds in reverse, tracing the lives of three friends through the highs and lows of their personal and professional endeavours. It is a cautionary tale for anyone who has ever pursued a dream.

BA (Hons) Acting

Thursday 20 June, 2-2.40pm

Grosvenor East Theatre

Non (in French)
by Womp Womp

What happens when a clown breaks the conventions of clowning? Non (in French) is an unconventional and high-energy exploration of the use of masks, comedy and physical theatre. Womp Womp is a new theatre company formed by Ellis Brown, Harry Clarkson, Maia Gibbons, Maddie Maycock, Isaac Morris, Izzy Watson and Caiqi Yang.

BA (Hons) Drama and Contemporary Performance

14 – 18, 20 – 21 June, 9am-5pm

Holden Gallery Dark Room


tiny dex-hibition (15 min video)
by Maddie Maycock and Livia Muscia

A video of a tribute to the much-loved Tiny Desk Concerts of NPR and All Songs Considered, placing original live music into the environment of an installed archive of creative practice, with musicians Dan Blyth (guitar), Ciaran Lio (keys, backing vocals), Harry Fetherstonhaugh (bass, backing vocals), Izzy MacMahon (kit), Catrin Owens (cello), videographer Harry Woods, and audio engineer Sam Leahy.

BA (Hons) Drama and Contemporary Performance

Basilisk Wood (20 min audio)
by Frank Wilson-Caines

A tale told in lyrical rhyme, Basilisk Wood explores a young child’s grief after parental loss. A story that uses nonsense to make sense of an incomprehensible event. As much a whimsical tale as (I hope) a balm for anyone who has experienced a profound loss, with voice acting by Frank Wilson-Caines, Agathi Georgiou, Adam Halcro and Nejc Lisjak.

BA (Hons) Acting

The Process (10 min video)
by Danté Chilon

A short film looking behind the scenes at the process of an emerging artist's two passion projects, a TV show entitled ‘The Haywards’ and a musical entitled 'A Rapper's Revival', made with Rosie Callaghan, and featuring Nathan Duval, Natalie Chilon and beats by @flowzart.

BA (Hons) Drama and Contemporary Performance