Search results for 'Acting and Screen performnace'

List Grid

Set Ascending Direction

8 Item(s)

  1. Logic Pro X - Apple Certified Pro Course

    Logic Pro X is the complete professional recording studio for the Apple Mac platform that gives musicians everything they need to go from first note to final master. This intensive course is designed to introduce the user to Logic’s primary features, user interface and workflow ergonomics. In depth lessons cover MIDI and audio recording, streamlined editing and arrangement techniques, automation, mixing and creating your finished mixes.  
    Dates: Monday 1st June 2020 - Friday 5th June 2020

    Learn More
  2. Peak District
    Wednesday 13 June 2018 Castleton is one of the most beautifully-situated villages in the Peak District. There are fabulous views created by its location on the cusp of the Peak District's breath-taking limestone and gritstone landscapes, whatever the weather, Castleton has something to offer visitors of all ages at any time of year. Additional Information: Leave campus: 9am Return to campus: no later than 5pm Price: £5.00 Please note, once booked, this fee is non-refundable Learn More
  3. Cycling in Manifold Valley

    Enjoy a day cycling in the beautiful Staffordshire countryside!
    The route follows a fairly level track and is along a path. As well as giving you access to plenty of beautiful scenery, you can see the famous pre-historic Thor’s Cave.

    Learn More
  4. Cardiff

    Day trip to Cardiff on Saturday 19/May/2018


    The capital of Wales since only 1955, Cardiff has embraced the role with vigour, emerging in the new millennium as one of Britain’s leading urban centres. Caught between an ancient fort and an ultra-modern waterfront, compact Cardiff seems to have surprised even itself with how interesting it has become. (Lonely Planet Guide to Cardiff) Castles, museums, stadiums, parks, the bay, cool places to eat and drink…Cardiff has loads to offer!


    Learn More
  5. Stonehenge & Bath

    PG Trip to London on Thursday 12th April

    Visit to:  Bank of England - a guided tour, followed by a tour in the ‘square mile’ which includes the London Stock Exchange

    Limited to 25 places

    Learn More
  6. Stonehenge & Bath

    Stonehenge is perhaps the world’s most famous prehistoric moment. It was built around 5,000 years ago (that makes it older than the Egyptian Pyramids!) and today is a World Heritage Site. We’ll have enough time there to fully see the monuments and explore the visitor centre.


    Next we will head to nearby Bath, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage site, famous for its beautiful architecture, iconic sights and fascinating history, all of which has attracted visitors for thousands of years. You can pay to have a tour around the Roman Baths, the best preserved Roman remains in the world, or shop in the city centre or visit one of the many museums in the city centre

  7. Day trip to York 17/02/18

    Out of stock

    York is a historic walled city in North Yorkshire; this trip coincides with the annual JORVIK Viking Festival. The bus will depart from Sir Stanley Matthews Sports Centre at 7:30am And leave York at 6pm, getting back to campus around 8:30pm

    Learn More
  8. Lantern Workshop to celebrate Chinese New Year

    Learn how to make beautiful willow lanterns from a local artist, then to celebrate the Chinese New Year parade your lantern through the local area in a huge procession on Saturday 24/Feb from 5pm starting from St. Marks Church

    Workshop will be held on Friday16th Feb 2018 - 2pm – 5pm

    Learn More

List Grid

Set Ascending Direction

8 Item(s)