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15 Dramatic literature courses in the UK

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City Lit - where London learns

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Outstanding teaching!!

The biggest appeal of the Access Course to me was the speed of it. I didn’t want...more

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Explore three plays that demonstrate the potency of drama as literary and performance texts, in their social and political context: 'Ghosts' by Henrik Ibsen, Terence Rattigan's 'The Deep Blue Sea' and...more

Duration: 11 weeks

Part time day

No Qualification

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Introduction to Workers Educational Association (Wea)

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Introduction to Workers Educational Association (Wea)

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workers educational association (wea) profile who offer Dramatic Literature courses In the UK

The WEA is the UK's largest voluntary sector provider of high quality adult education with classes across the country.

(4.0)
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Sheffield Marquetry Group

The course is now independent. See web.mac,com/theegraeme. The course is inte...more

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The plays of Arthur Miller will be studied including 'Death of A Salesman', 'Crucible', and 'View From A Bridge'. Plays will be read aloud and discussed. No experience necessary only an enthusiasm for...more

Duration: 12 weeks

Beginner

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UDEMY
(5.0)
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Duration: 2.5 hours

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ACS Distance Education
(4.2)
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While assessment automation turned the newest craze, there are many takers becau...more

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What is Dramatic Writing? Drama is the term usually used to describe a specific type of fiction that is represented via performance. It comes from the Greek word for action. So although...more

Duration: 100 hours

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National Theatre
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This six-week series explores a diverse collection of plays from dramatists of African and Caribbean heritage. Combining performances, clips of past productions and lively discussion, each session...more

Duration: 6 weeks

No Qualification

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Drama Resource
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Who`s Writing This Anyway?

What a great course! I came away with new games and inspiring exercises for grou...more

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In this stimulating one-day workshop author and director David Farmer outlines a playful approach to directing. He explores how drama games can be used to develop characters, extend acting skills and...more

Duration: Variable

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