Plymouth Conservatoire May Festival
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Plymouth Conservatoire students present an exciting and innovative range of performance work from our BA (Hons) Acting, BA (Hons) Dance, BA (Hons) Directing, BA (Hons) Drama and Theatre Practice degrees. Join us to celebrate their work and achievements. 

The Conservatoire offers a professional level training facility in the heart of the South West, both Theatre Royal Plymouth and the University of Plymouth have a shared purpose, which is to create opportunities for talented individuals and provide greater access to the arts for all. 

For more information on the event programme and to request an invitation email Ryan Wilce,

Date: 17-28 May 2021, excluding weekends
Performance times vary
Free admission

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Plymouth Conservatoire 

University of Plymouth and Theatre Royal Plymouth have joined forces to create Plymouth Conservatoire. Here, performing arts students – actors, dancers, and theatre-makers have the very best, up-to-date industry expertise, research and teaching practice as well as unrivalled access to professional opportunities.  

It is the only Conservatoire in the UK where students can benefit from the unique mix of expertise on offer, when a theatre and a university combine.

Creative edge

Enjoying training in the theatre with performing arts practitioners hand-in-hand with top quality teaching from higher education specialists in a university, Plymouth Conservatoire students get the best of both worlds.

It is this winning combination that drives innovation, the exchange of ideas and best practice and that helps students to gain that all-important creative edge.

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