Is Music & Drama for you?
The performing arts, including music and drama, provide the content for so much of what we all enjoy and the experiences we love to share - whether that’s live performance in concerts, festivals or theatres, or in film, television, video games, advertising, and podcasts. Whether you love classical, traditional or jazz; whether you play an instrument or your voice is your instrument; and whether you love Shakespeare or Game of Thrones, you will not only learn your craft but also about the industry that needs it.
If you are a performer at heart, you will likely pursue that goal when you graduate. Your training in music or drama can also lead you to use your strengths and transferable skills in a wide range of roles in other sectors, from teaching to marketing to media.
|Course Title||Course Code||Level||Location|
|TU961||Level 8||Francis Street|
|Drama (Performance) (Restricted)||TU962||Level 8||Grangegorman|
|Music (Restricted)||TU963||Level 8||Grangegorman|
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