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Does anyone know of any theatre colleges in Britain that will accept 16 year olds?

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2015-07-15 21:16:47
2015-07-15 21:16:47

There may well be some private (and expensive) stage or dance schools that you could easily find on google, but most places won't take students to specialise to such an extent until 18 for a good reason. You would be much better advised to go to a good state sixth form college with a strong drama department that offers drama, dance or performing arts A levels alongside other subjects, thereby keeping your options open whilst still develping the drama. Then if things work out go to RADA or the Guildhall at 18.

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