Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

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The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, opened by Laurence Olivier in 1946, is an affiliate of the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama, an organisation securing the highest standards of training in the performing arts, and is an associate school of the Faculty of Creative Arts of the University of the West of England.

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The theatre school only accepts 12 people out of some 2500 applications a year,for the three-year BA acting course making it one of the most selective drama schools in the world.It has its own premises in Clifton, bought with proceeds from the London success of Salad Days.It previously had working links with the Drama Department of the University of Bristol, which still holds many papers of the Theatre School in its Theatre Collection. For many years it presented regular student productions in the Department's experimental Drama Studio converted from an indoor tennis court off a corridor in the Wills Memorial Building behind the University's Bell Tower at the top of Bristol's fashionable Park Street. Students from the School and the...
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