Drama students were given advice on how to develop their career following a visit by experts from a world famous academy.
Representatives from RADA, the London-based centre of excellence for the dramatic arts, spoke to students from City College Brighton and Hove’s acting and drama department.
They were there to speak to them about opportunities to continue their training at the academy, known for producing actors such as Sir John Gielgud, Sir Anthony Hopkins and Glenda Jackson.
The visit was part of a performing arts higher education progression event at the college which was also attended by representatives from Rose Bruford, Urdang Academy, Winchester, St Mary's and the University of Chichester.
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