University of London-Central School of Speech and Dramahttp://www.cssd.ac.uk/
The Central School of Speech and Drama was founded in 1906 by Elsie Fogerty. It offers a new form of training in speech and drama for the young and aspiring students. The name Central School was chosen because it highlighted the school’s commitment to a broad range of training systems for vocal and dramatic performance. The sense of continuing critical openness to new developments is a lasting hallmark of the school.
The Central School of Speech and Drama is located at Embassy Theatre, Eton Avenue London and remains open from 9.00 to 21.00 on weekdays and 9.00 to 13.00 on Saturdays for general enquiry and box office.
The Central School of Speech and Drama offers a variety of courses for everyone: postgraduate courses, undergraduate courses, research degrees, summer school, and short courses. Further, this school also offers Saturday classes holds business courses, and has provisions for the education sector. The undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by school cover the full range of performance techniques and genres, theatre production and design, analysis and research. All courses are designed to connect with, and create awareness of, developments in the theatrical, performance, and media industries.
Students here have access to a new laboratory for multi-media performance; enhancement of the design studio space to facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration; object theatre laboratory in addition to the puppetry/object manipulation studio; music room facilities to provide advanced sound recording and editing facilities.
University of London-Central School of Speech and Drama
Eton Avenue, near Hampstead, NW3 3HY, London
Greater London, London Region
Tel: 0207 722 8183,