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This enrichment is open to both Year 1 and Year 2 students across the college. It is open to all students, not just those studying performance related subjects. The programme aims to educate, develop and support students interested in a career in the Performance industry, including Dance, Drama, Performing Arts and Music based progression routes.
Students will be supported through applications and preparation for the audition process. You will have a structured programme tailored to give individualised and specialist support with industry experts.
The programme also offers a wide range of experiences, mock auditions, opportunities, and guidance for anyone who wishes to study a performance-based subject at Higher Education level.
Over the year there are 6 lunch time sessions, with additional sessions from visiting Higher Education providers and also visits to drama schools, dance colleges and music conservatoires.
You will get individualised specialist support from teaching staff and industry experts.
This enrichment is free. Students will need to source audition material: sheet music, monologues, plays and music.
You can also follow us on related Instagram accounts: @wyke_dance, @Wyke_performingarts and @Wyke_Music
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