This substantial 3,650m2 facility boasts a high specification theatre, industry standard music recording studios and rehearsal spaces, and a range of state-of-the-art engineering, manufacturing, computer and software engineering. facilities. SPACE further enhances SERC’s commitment to delivering bespoke innovative, industry led curriculum to ensure that our students ‘Get the Edge’.
The curriculum at SPACE caters for all aspects of Performing and Production Arts, with specialist pathways in technical theatre, dance and acting disciplines. There will be Innovation and Incubation space to support the development of Specialisms (SPICE), Research and Development and to support businesses and entrepreneurs. Interdisciplinary projects between the School of Computing & Engineering and the School of Performing and Creative Arts will further enhance the production arts curriculum.
The facility complements our existing vibrant conference and concert facilities and our pioneering work in arts, engineering, computing and technology. It will provide an innovative curriculum to fill the well recorded technical skills gaps which are needed to drive the economy forward; whilst helping us give students the fantastic learning experiences they so rightly deserve.
Equidistance, is a multi-disciplinary performance, which explores the notion of multiple universes, and parallel lives. The piece is a collaboration between HND Year 1 Performing Arts, L3 Music Technology and L3 Production Arts. The production will have a running time of approximately 40 minutes. There will be 2 performances on 7th May: Matinee: Doors open: 2.30pm Show Starts: … Read moreRead More
The Glass Umbrella Theatre Company (a SERC Student Company) is proud to present Audience by Michael Frayn. Life imitates art in this one act comedy from the writer of Noises Off! Audience exposes the outlandish behaviour inherent in every theatre audience. Please come to the show to support the work of Level 3 Performing Arts and … Read moreRead More