Performing Arts

Why study Performing Arts at Halesowen College?

  • Purpose built theatre with professional standard sound and lighting
  • An exciting range of courses covering all aspects of the performing arts
  • Subsidiary Diplomas in Musical Performance, Music Technology, Musical Theatre, Performing Arts - Acting or Performing Arts - Dance can be combined with A Levels
  • A well equipped dance studio with an extensive mirrored wall
  • Professionally trained staff with direct experience working as dancers, actors, musicians, DJs, band managers and sound/technical engineers
  • Industry standard sound recording equipment, rehearsal space and practice pods
  • Exciting College Progression Routes
  • Professionally organised workshops and visits from top theatrical and dance companies
  • Opportunities to participate in sell-out theatrical productions and music events
  • Excellent cross-curricular projects and the opportunity to take part in College events
  • Interesting subject related trips, including theatres and music venues
  • Expert advice and guidance about careers and higher education, including Finance

Courses in this Area

Full Time

Part Time

Level 4+ - Higher

Jack Bailey

I chose to study at Halesowen College because of the resources the college has to offer and because my chosen subject has got the highest past rate. I love the freedom that I get on my course and I also like the mixture of different acting techniques. In the future I am hoping to go to drama school to pursue my career in acting.

Performing Arts Level 3

Jack Bailey

Michael Crump

Former Drama student, Michael Crump, secured his first major TV role in the BBC1 film 'Danny and the Human Zoo', playing Danny’s best friend, Terry.

Mike studied A levels in Drama, English and Film Studies with the Subsidiary Diploma in Music Performance. He got full marks in his A level Drama performance practical and took the lead role in the College promotional video 'The Applicant's Journey'.

Michael Crump