Music, Drama & Dance
Think you’ve got the voice? Want to prove you have the X factor? Or maybe you’re strictly destined for the dance floor or your talent is treading the boards. Get a taste of the bright lights at Coleg Gwent and make your dream a reality.
Plenty of musicians develop music careers without the aid of a music qualification so why should you study Music at Coleg Gwent? The reason is simple: surrounding yourself with others who have the same passions and goals as you do is powerful. It creates momentum. It secures your identity as someone who will work in the music industry.
Getting the training you need can help launch your music career as it reduces the often inefficient time we spend trying to learn a skill on our own. So whether you’re a flourishing songwriter, would like to be a sound engineer or fancy your chances in music production, a music qualification is a great grounding for a bright career.
Using speech, movement, expression and body language to convey characters, emotions and situations, you’ll develop your skills preparing you to perform before a live theatre audience or through audio, TV and film recordings.
Dance & musical theatre
Many theatre and dance students enter a media, literary or creative field – either in employment or at university. The disciplines and skills, both academic and practical, you’ll gain on our courses are relevant to a wide range of careers. You may find employment working in theatre companies, either as a performer or behind the scenes.
Browse the courses below or contact our Admissions team for further information.