How have you found your courses?
I’ve enjoyed all of them but the one I’ve enjoyed the most is definitely Musical Theatre, as that’s where my passion lies. It’s what I like doing more than anything else.
It’s been good not doing all A Levels. It means I don’t have such an intense pressure at the end of Upper Sixth because with BTECs you pass them as you go along.
Have you made any life-long friends at College?
Without a doubt. When you explore scripts and perform together in small groups you learn things about yourself in a way that is only possible through Drama. It makes the Musical Theatre and Drama groups incredibly tight-knit.
How have you found your time at College?
I’ve loved every single minute! I had thought about going to the BRIT School but then decided getting a more rounded education was important, so I have something to fall back on.
What are your plans for after College?
I’m waiting to find out if I’ve got a place at GSA (Guildford School of Acting) or Rose Bruford, so that’s my plan, to go to Drama School.
Have you been involved in any extra-curricular activities?
I’ve been in every single cross-College production that’s been available! These are open to anyone studying at College. The productions are varied including things like The Nativity Goes Wrong, Sweeney Todd and Vinegar Tom.