READ College Changes Website Address and E-mail Accounts

Posted by Nicola Breeze Posted in Featured, Latest News, Student Blog

Reading, England – 23rd August 2017 – READ College, the most successful Performing Arts Foundation Course provider in the country, has today changed its website address from www.rdtc.org.uk to www.readcollege.org with immediate effect. The change will also be applied to all college e-mail addresses, with the format remaining the same but with the new website ending. So the e-mail address format has changed from Jamie.read@rdtc.org.uk to Jamie.read@readcollege.org. Please update all your contact

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READ College Presents ‘Stefan Bednarczyk Sings Noel Coward’

Posted by Nicola Breeze Posted in Featured, Latest News, Student Blog

Reading, England – 10th May 2017 – READ College, the most successful Performing Arts Foundation Course provider in the country, is delighted to announce that they will be hosting a performance of the critically acclaimed ‘Stefan Bednarczyk Sings Noel Coward’ – Stefan Bednarczyk’s one-man show, on Sunday 4th June 2017 at 7:30pm to raise money for their Student Hardship Fund. Having opened to critical acclaim in London and New York, Jamie Read, Co-Director of READ College

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READ College Graduate is Cast in Major London Show

Posted by Nicola Breeze Posted in Featured, Latest News, Student Blog

Reading, England – 25th April 2017 – READ College, the most successful Performing Arts Foundation Course provider in the country, is delighted to announce that one of its graduates, Aisha Williams, has just been cast in The Colour Purple, the multi-Tony Award winning show at Cadogan Hall in London on Sunday 21st May 2017. The show, The Colour Purple, is based on Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name, and first appeared in America in

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Please Support READ College with the Reading Cultural Awards 2017

Posted by Nicola Breeze Posted in Featured, Latest News, Student Blog

Reading, England - 7th April 2017 - The inaugural Reading Cultural Awards will celebrate the best artistic and cultural events, organisations and artists in Reading and the important role that arts and culture play in making Reading a great place to live, work and do business. There are 12 award categories available for submissions and we are putting ourselves forward for - Cultural Organisation of the Year. The awards states that this organisation will have demonstrated

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Local Students Excel in the Performing Arts

Posted by Nicola Breeze Posted in Featured, Latest News, Student Blog

Reading, England – 6th March 2017 – READ College, the most successful Performing Arts Foundation Course provider in the country, is delighted to announce that their 22 graduating students have currently been offered 36 places at full time Performing Arts Schools for next year. This outstanding result demonstrates the level and quality of professional performing arts training at READ College and is testament to the contribution to the arts that the town of Reading continues

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Win Two Tickets to Move It Through Read College

Posted by Nicola Breeze Posted in Student Blog

WIN TWO TICKETS TO MOVE IT (THE UKs BIGGEST DANCE EXHIBITION) THROUGH READ COLLEGE Reading, England – 4th January 2017 – READ College, the most successful performing arts Foundation Course provider in the country, is offering the chance to win two tickets to MOVE IT – the UKs biggest dance show and exhibition, taking place on 10th-12th March at ExCel in London, to any young people interested in dance. This year some of the star

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READ College Pioneers Dancer Wellbeing

Posted by Nicola Breeze Posted in Student Blog

READ COLLEGE PIONEERS DANCER WELLBEING WITH THEALE WELLBEING CENTRE  Reading, England – 2nd November 2016 – READ College, the most successful performing arts Foundation Course provider in the country, is at the forefront of encouraging and securing dancer’s physical and mental wellbeing and is delighted to be partnering Theale Wellbeing Centre in giving their students access to the most advanced technology in this area. In recent years there has been an increased focus on addressing

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When Your Teachers Become Your Friends

Posted by Jamie Read Posted in Student Blog, Uncategorised

Written by Rachel Maynard-Stenning - Student on our One Year Foundation Course in Musical Theatre
I cannot stress how stagey the atmosphere is at READ - not to put you off -but I’m saying this to encourage and enlighten Musical Theatre and Acting bods out there. Our college aims to develop talent and nurture personalities, offering professional training from some of the best teachers in the country (in my opinion), as well as

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Audition Season (Meltdowns and All)

Posted by Jamie Read Posted in Featured, Student Blog

Written by Rae Fitzell - 2nd Year Sixth Form student on the Acting strand
I’m currently on a train to Birmingham ready for my recall tomorrow and as the landscape slips passed me (we’ve just passed Oxford) I’ve been thinking about my last month of audition craziness. Sorry. I should probably introduce myself, I’m Rae and I’m a second year sixth former at Read College. This year is my first year of auditioning for drama

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