Production Arts at Guildhall
Guildhall's technical and performance facilities are among the best in the world. The teaching is practical and production-based; students work on public productions and live events with professional directors, designers and conductors, participating in the creation of acclaimed dramas, operas, digital projects and large-scale live events and installations.
The School has five professional-standard performance venues with state of the art equipment. These allow our programmes to keep in line with current practice and new technology. Students use the School’s onsite theatres, rehearsal rooms, workshops and post-production facilities to collaborate on major productions and a range of smaller projects and events.
Preparing you for industry
Our degree programmes have been designed to involve you completely in the complex art of theatre and live performance. They bring together directors, writers, designers, actors, singers, musicians, composers, choreographers, engineers and technicians to achieve fully professional production values.
Your training will provide you with a firm practical knowledge of theatre crafts along with managerial and teamworking skills and prepare you for professional life in the theatre and live performance industry.
In Production Arts, as in our other departments, we break down traditional boundaries and challenge convention, giving you the chance to work with students from other art forms.
If you join us as an undergraduate, you will work with students on the Acting and Music programmes during the first-year Cross-School Project, which helps to build contacts and partnerships. You will also have the opportunity to work with students from other programmes and pathways in realising a range of performances, productions, concerts and events at the School.
Study with us
Explore our Production Arts offer at Guildhall to find a course or programme at Guildhall for you, from undergraduate, postgraduate or doctoral study to short courses, summer schools and under-18s study.