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WELCOME Sitting firmly in the cultural offer of the vibrant city of Norwich, The Garage is committed to delivering exciting opportunities for study in the Performing Arts. I place excellence and progression at the centre of our courses; grounding our programmes in rigorous vocational training to prepare students for working and studying in the arts. Our courses take advantage of our professional facilities and highly skilled and qualified tutors to enhance your time with us. The extended performance and workshop opportunities with training in a dynamic and innovative arts venue can really add value to each of the courses. Studying alongside professional practitioners, practicing artists and new contemporary small scale performances really sets our programmes apart. If you are interested in progressing, achieving new qualifications in small group sizes with sessions led by our tutors and delivery artists – The Garage is the place for you.

Adam Taylor, Head of Centre

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CONTENTS ABOUT THE GARAGE WELCOME 2 VISION 4 WHY CHOOSE THE GARAGE? 5 FACILITIES 6 FUTURE PATHWAYS 8 COURSES INTRODUCTION 10 GCSE DANCE 12 GCSE DRAMA 14 FOUNDATION PROGRAMME 16 � ACTING 18 � DANCE 20 � MUSICAL THEATRE 22 POST GRADUATE STUDY 24 EXTENDED OPPORTUNITIES 26 NEXT STEPS WHAT WE LOOK FOR 28 APPLICATION PROCESS 29 FINANCE & SUPPORT 30 VISIT US 31 CONTACT US 32 thegarage.org.uk

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OUR VISION IS to change people’s lives through art

OUR PROMISE IS • • • • • • •

to deliver excellence in all that we do to produce experiences which are authentic to the individual and the industry to create experiences which are exciting, inspiring and engaging to ensure young people enjoy a positive, learner-centred experience to actively involve young people in developing all of our work to provide opportunities for personal progression to enable individuals to experience ownership and belonging

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FUTURE PATHWAYS

Our courses are designed to prepare students for the next step in their creative career. We expect that most of our students will aspire to progress into top vocational training schools and to become the performers and practitioners of the future. 8  The Garage | PROSPECTUS 2018/19 | FUTURE PATHWAYS

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Our three tiers of courses are designed to suit students at different stages of their creative journey. BUILDING THE BASICS For students who are not able to study performing arts at school, or for those looking for part-time courses to complement school or work, our weekend GCSE programmes are an ideal starting point. GCSE Dance (p12) GCSE Drama (p14)

DEVELOPING SKILLS For sixth form/college leavers who are committed to a career in performance and looking to maximise their chances of gaining a place at a top vocational school or University, our Foundation Programme provides rigorous, industry-standard training. Performing Arts Foundation Programme (p16) LAUNCHING A CAREER For graduates and professionals, our new MA programme provides a higher level of learning and skills development to complement your professional practice. MA EnteRpRISE for PERFORMANCE Practitioners (p24)

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COURSE INFORMATION LEVEL 2 DURATION 21 months, part-time. COURSE DATES October 2018 - June 2020 TIMETABLE 2.5 hours per week, Sunday afternoons, term-time only. FEES £1700, instalment plans and assisted places available COURSE CONTENT The course will comprise of 3 key modules – Performance, Choreography and Dance Appreciation - inviting students to explore a wide range of dance styles, with set works covering contemporary, ballet and hip-hop. Each weekly session will comprise of a 1 hour class, 45 minutes choreography, and 45 minutes appreciation. Sunday sessions will be complemented by tutorials, performance trips, masterclasses, guest tutors and a high profile performance opportunity.

ASSESSMENT PRACTICAL Performance (30%), Choreography (30%) WRITTEN Dance appreciation (40%) ENTRY REQUIREMENTS No formal entry requirements, however students should have sufficient training/performance experience to be confident in their ability to undertake both the practical and theoretical elements of the course. Age: 13+, adult learners welcome GREAT FOR... Studying alongside work or other courses. Start this course in Year 9 to complete the GCSE qualification before your year 11 exams. OFFER: ENROL ON BOTH THE GCSE DANCE & GCSE DRAMA COURSES AND RECEIVE 10% DISCOUNT

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A M A R D E S C G 14  The Garage | PROSPECTUS 2018/19 | GCSE Drama

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COURSE INFORMATION LEVEL 2 DURATION 20 months, part-time. COURSE DATES October 2018 - May 2020 TIMETABLE 2.5 hours per week, Sunday afternoons, term-time only. FEES £1700, instalment plans and assisted places available COURSE CONTENT This course is designed to engage and encourage students to become confident performers with the skills needed for a bright and successful future. The course will comprise of 3 key modules – Understanding Drama, Devising Drama and Text in Practice - inviting students to explore a wide range of performance styles and periods, with set works covering comedy, historical and teen drama. Sunday sessions will be complemented by tutorials, performance trips, masterclasses and guest tutors.

ASSESSMENT PRACTICAL WRITTEN

Devising Drama - Performance & Log (40%) Texts in Practice (20%) Understanding Drama (40%)

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS No formal entry requirements, however students should have sufficient training/performance experience to be confident in their ability to undertake both the practical and theoretical elements of the course. Age: 13+, adult learners welcome GREAT FOR... Studying alongside work or other courses. Start this course in Year 9 to complete the GCSE qualification before your year 11 exams. OFFER: ENROL ON BOTH THE GCSE DRAMA & GCSE DANCE COURSES AND RECEIVE 10% DISCOUNT

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S T R A E G M N M I A R M G R O R O P F N R O E I P UNDAT FO

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PERFORMING ARTS FOUNDATION PROGRAMME

CORE UNITS

The Performing Arts Industry Professional Development Acting Jazz Dance Singing

ACTING PATHWAY

DANCE PATHWAY

MUSICAL THEATRE PATHWAY

Movement for Actors

Choreography

Ensemble Singing

Voice and Speech for Actors

Contemporary Dance

Choreography

Devising Theatre and Performance

Ballet

Voice and Speech for Actors

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Intensive pre-vocational training courses Tailored audition support Technique and skills building Specialist tutors with industry experience Scholarships and assisted places available

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COURSE INFORMATION LEVEL 4* DURATION 7 months, full-time. COURSE DATES September 2018 - Easter 2019 TIMETABLE 9AM-5PM Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, plus independent study FEES £3500, instalment plan and assisted places available COURSE CONTENT COre UNITS: • The Performing Arts Industry • Professional Development • Acting • Jazz Dance • Singing aCTING UNITS: • Movement for Actors • Voice and Speech for Actors • Devising Theatre and Performance This intensive and highly practical course is designed to prepare students for further study at drama school or university. The focus of the course is to build strong foundations in technique and skills whilst coaching students through audition preparation and process. Students will work alongside those on other pathways to develop core skills across acting, dance and singing which will be complemented by specialist units in artform-specific areas. In Movement for Actors students will consider the importance of developing an expressive body as an essential component of their performance toolkit. Students will acquire foundation skills in suppleness, strength and agility, which will facilitate the development of movement capability and physical presence. In Voice and Speech for Actors students will explore the fundamental principles of vocal performance and how sound is formed physiologically. Students will learn technique and exercises that can be used to develop an expressive and flexible vocal instrument capable of meeting the demands of professional work. In Devising Theatre and Performance students will develop a creative toolbox of methods, ideas and techniques that could all be applied to devised work. Practical work will be developed using multiple contemporary devising processes, including use of movement, text and ensemble, developing an appreciation of the entire creative process from stimulus to final product.

ASSESSMENT Assignments, projects and practical tasks completed throughout the course. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Students will be expected to demonstrate relevant previous learning at A-Level or equivalent alongside practical ability. Age: 18+, adult learners welcome GREAT FOR... College/sixth form leavers who are committed to a career in the performing arts.

*Students who successfully complete this course will gain a Higher National Certificate (HNC), a recognised level 4 qualification equivalent to a university or vocational training school foundation year.

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COURSE INFORMATION LEVEL 4* DURATION 7 months, full-time. COURSE DATES September 2018 - Easter 2019 TIMETABLE 9AM-5PM Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, plus independent study FEES £3500, instalment plan and assisted places available COURSE CONTENT COre UNITS: • The Performing Arts Industry • Professional Development • Acting • Jazz Dance • Singing DaNCe UNITS: • Choreography • Contemporary Dance • Ballet The HNC Intensive Dance programme provides rigorous training designed to prepare students for further study at dance school or university. The course will focus on the essential technique and repertoire required for a career in dance, whilst coaching students through audition preparation and process. Students will work alongside those on other pathways to develop core skills across dance, acting, and singing, which will be complemented by specialist units in art form specific areas. In Choreography students will be given an overview of choreography, establishing an understanding of what goes into dance making. They will also explore the history of movement as an art form, how to construct an original piece of choreography and develop an understanding of choreography as a chosen career pathway. In Contemporary Dance students will gain a grounding in contemporary dance technique; achieving greater control over their creativity and agency to grow as unique artists. Students will improve the quality of their movement through dance combinations, the learning of modern dance language, contemporary dance technique and by developing a stronger relationship to musicality and creativity. In Ballet students will study the vocabulary and enchaînements of classical ballet. In addition, students will investigate different approaches to ballet which inform technique and style, considering how they relate to personal factors such as facility, physicality and prior experience.

ASSESSMENT Assignments, projects and practical tasks completed throughout the course. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Students will be expected to demonstrate relevant previous learning at A-Level or equivalent alongside practical ability. Age: 18+, adult learners welcome GREAT FOR College/sixth form leavers who are committed to a career in the performing arts.

*Students who successfully complete this course will gain a Higher National Certificate (HNC), a recognised level 4 qualification equivalent to a university or vocational training school foundation year.

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COURSE INFORMATION LEVEL 4* DURATION 7 months, full-time. COURSE DATES September 2018 - Easter 2019 TIMETABLE 9AM-5PM Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, plus independent study FEES £3500, instalment plan and assisted places available COURSE CONTENT CORE UNITS: • The Performing Arts Industry • Professional Development • Acting • Jazz Dance • Singing MUSICAL THEATRE UNITS: • Ensemble Singing • Choreography • Voice and Speech for Actors This dynamic and comprehensive course is designed to prepare students for further study at dance/drama school or university. The course encompasses aspects of dance, acting and singing to build a ‘triple threat’ of skills whilst coaching students through audition preparation and process. Students will work alongside those on other pathways to develop core skills across which will be complemented by specialist units in artform-specific areas. In Ensemble Singing students will develop skills including relative pitch, the singing of major scales and arpeggios, listening to and reproducing melodic lines, singing a capella, copying and identifying metre and rhythm, and developing internal timekeeping. Students will acquire knowledge of the rudiments of music notation and score reading and to learn to sing simple and more complex melodies at sight. In Voice and Speech for Actors students will explore the fundamental principles of vocal performance and how sound is formed physiologically. Students will learn technique and exercises that can be used to develop an expressive and flexible vocal instrument capable of meeting the demands of professional work. In Choreography students will be given an overview of choreography, establishing an understanding of what goes into dance making. They will also explore the history of movement as an art form, how to construct an original piece of choreography and develop an understanding of choreography as a chosen career pathway.

ASSESSMENT Assignments, projects and practical tasks completed throughout the course. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Students will be expected to demonstrate relevant previous learning at A-Level or equivalent alongside practical ability. Age: 18+, adult learners welcome GREAT FOR... College/sixth form leavers who are committed to a career in the performing arts.

*Students who successfully complete this course will gain a Higher National Certificate (HNC), a recognised level 4 qualification equivalent to a university or vocational training school foundation year.

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MA ENTERPRISE FOR PERFORMANCE PRACTITIONERS WORKING TITLE SUBJECT TO VALIDATION LEVEL 7 DURATION 12 months, full-time. OR 2 years, part-time. COURSE DATES September 2019 - August 2020 (2021 for part-time) FEES UK/EU Students (full time): £7,000 + £120 registration fee UK/EU Students (part time): £4,550 (fixed for both years) + £120 registration fee International Students: (full time) £14,000 + £120 registration fee COURSE CONTENT Students will explore a range of units to cultivate skills in business, partnership and teaching, alongside expanding their individual artistic practice. UNITS The Cultural Ecology Funding and Business in the Arts The Performing Artist as an Educator Diversifying my Practice Specialist Research Project ENTRY REQUIREMENTS It is preferable that applicants hold a relevant BA (Hons) 2.1 or equivalent. All applications will need to demonstrate extensive practice in a performing arts field. STUDENTS FOR WHOM ENGLISH IS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE We welcome applications from students whose first language is not English. To ensure such students benefit from postgraduate study, we require evidence of proficiency in English. Our usual entry requirements are as follows: IeLTS: 6.5 (minimum 6.0 in all components) PTe (Pearson): 62 (minimum 55 in all components) Test dates should be within two years of the course start date. GREAT FOR... Graduate performance practitioners who are looking to develop a sustainable career based around their own creative practice.

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EXTENDED OPPORTUNITIES Technique & Production Classes The Garage runs an extensive programme offering weekly classes across dance, drama and music. Students are invited to take advantage of the technique and production classes available to further hone their technical and performance skills. In addition, a number of independent organisations run classes from the venue across various dance and fitness disciplines. Performance Opportunities Students at The Garage have the opportunity to take part in high-profile performances across the county in addition to their studies. Entry to our performance companies is by audition only in September and will allow performers to work with experienced directors and choreographers to produce performance work for a variety of platforms across a year. Theatre Programme Our theatre hosts dynamic and innovative productions programmed to inspire, engage and enthuse a new generation of theatre going audiences. From critically acclaimed touring shows, to ground-breaking co-productions, local companies and student showcases – The Garage theatre has it all, and with student tickets from just £5, is the place to be to complement your studies.

Masterclasses In addition to performances, The Garage works with visiting and resident companies to offer one-off masterclasses to students. Work with professional performers to take your skills to the next level and gain insight into the working life of a practising artist. Volunteering There is always something to get involved with at The Garage. Students are invited to volunteer as stewards for performances and events, and as peer mentors and support workers in our weekly classes and holiday activities. They are also welcome to write blogs or get involved in event management with The Garage Youth Forum. ARTS AWARD Arts Award is a personal learning programme which develops and assesses both artsrelated and transferable skills, such as creativity, communication, planning and teamwork. Students* can complement their studies by working towards an Arts Award at Bronze, Silver or Gold** level. *Arts Award is only available to students aged up to 25yrs **Gold Arts Award carries UCAS points

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WHAT WE LOOK FOR The Garage is for everyone. We’ll welcome your application regardless of your sex, gender identity, race, ethnicity, disability, religion, sexual orientation, or social background. Some of our courses have a minimum age, but none of them have an upper age limit, and we welcome the diversity and experience offered by mature students. Our admissions process is focussed on assessing your ability, potential and how you fit with our approach. Your educational achievements are important, but they don’t tell us everything we need to know about you, so in addition we will be looking for students who can demonstrate: Creativity We are not producing clones, show us that you have ideas and make yourself stand out.

Resilience We are not pretending it will always be easy, so show us that you are ready for the challenge.

Curiosity It’s important to us that you ask questions, explore and test and are open to new ideas.

Reflection Nobody here is perfect, we’re keen to have students who can reflect on their own practice, take feedback on board, and always look to improve.

Passion We’re keen to see how much this means to you, and where you want to go. Initiative We need you to work independently as well as with others, and to hold yourself accountable.

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Commitment We want to know that you are going to stick with us, even if it gets tough, and that you have a plan for where you are heading next.

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HOW TO APPLY

FOR GCSE COURSES Apply

If you wish to enrol on either of the GCSE courses you will need to complete and return an application form. Application forms are available at The Garage reception or can be downloaded from www.thegarage.org.uk/accredited-courses. You will be asked to tell us a bit about your education history, write a short statement explaining your experience in the artform and reasons for applying.

Decision

If we are satisfied that you have a sufficient level of experience to meet the practical and academic demands of the course we will send you a letter confirming your place. If we need to find out more we will contact you to discuss your application.

FOR PERFORMING ARTS FOUNDATION COURSES Apply

If you wish to enrol on the Performing Arts Foundation Programme you will need to complete and return an application form. Application forms are available at The Garage reception or can be downloaded from www.thegarage.org.uk/accredited-courses.

Audition

If you meet the requirements you will be invited to attend an audition day. This will be a chance for us to assess your academic and practical abilities, as well as getting to know you a bit better. You will be observed in classes and have an interview with course staff. You will also be asked to prepare a written and/or performance piece ahead of your audition.

Decision

Following your audition we will write to you to confirm if you have been offered a place on the course. If we are unable to offer you a place, we will always give you feedback to improve your chances in future.

FOR POST-GRADUATE STUDY

We are currently accepting expressions of interest from individuals who are interested in undertaking our MA course in September 2019. Simply send your contact details to education@thegarage.org.uk and we will contact you when enrolment opens.

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FINANCE & SUPPORT FEES & FUNDING Fees are detailed on the course information page. Instalment options are available. The Garage is committed to removing barriers to participation, therefore we will consider applications for full and partial assisted places. We also encourage students to seek financial support from other sources, and can provide details of local charitable Trusts who have previously provided grants to individuals to take part in our activities. Courses at The Garage do not currently attract Student Finance. ADDITIONAL COSTS The course fees include all teaching, resources and assessment as required by the programme. Students are required to provide their own suitable clothing and footwear (a list of compulsory items will be provided). Students may be offered additional trips and workshops outside of the compulsory curriculum for which an additional charge may be made. A number of technique classes, performance companies and audience opportunities are available at The Garage, access to these is payable by the student. ACCESS & SUPPORT The Garage welcomes applications from all individuals that meet the entry requirements of the course. Our team of tutors and support workers are here to make sure you get the most from your time with us. We strive to be accessible to everyone and will make reasonable adjustments where possible. If you would like to discuss your individual access and support needs at any time, please email exams@thegarage.org.uk or call 01603 283382.

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VISIT US We hope that our prospectus has inspired you to find out more. We are happy to arrange an appointment for prospective students to come and see our facilities, talk to staff and gather more information about our courses. You can arrange a visit by calling us on 01603 283382 or by emailing education@thegarage.org.uk

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Learn at The Garage: Offering GCSEs, Foundation, and Post-Graduate study in Performing Arts for Young People and Adults.

The Garage Prospectus 2018/19  

Learn at The Garage: Offering GCSEs, Foundation, and Post-Graduate study in Performing Arts for Young People and Adults.

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