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I've been so privileged to work alongside such passionate mentors in practice and such amazing role models at university, and it's with the help of these amazing teachers that I've come so far
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9 March 2020

Although I have a very positive experience working in games, the research done by UKIE suggests that currently 28% of the UK’s game industry work power is female, which I feel could go up. Read more…

27 January 2020

I grew up around artistic, paint brush-wielding sisters who wanted sketch pads and watercolour sets for their birthday, so I always felt like the odd one out. I wanted old books. War-time poetry anthologies… Read more…

18 November 2019

If I could describe my time at time at ARU, I’d say it’s been a journey packed full of creativity and it’s been inspirational on all accounts. There’s so many different opportunities, and so much support available that I’ve really felt part of a community. Read more…

19 February 2018

In 2017, I took part in Anglia Ruskin Community Theatre Company's 'Theatre in Education' Production, an extracurricular activity that provided me with an insight into a career relating to my university course, drama. Read more…

15 January 2018

As a second year Drama and English literature student I have had the opportunity to take part in the Making Performance module, where students not only perform a play in front of an audience but also contribute to direction and design. Read more…

15 January 2018

Making Performance, one of the core modules of the BA (Hons) Performing Arts course, not only trained me as a performer, but made me explore the construction of a show, allowing me to discover what my place could be in a theatre company. Read more…

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