University of Hull

University of Hull
Hull, Great Britain

Founded in 1927


Technical teaching in the theatre takes place over the three years of the department's BA programme. As part of the course, the first year sees a broad introduction to the theatre and its uses, in the second year, in depth practical options take place focusing on areas, including: Theatre Administration, Stage Management, Costume Design and Realisation, Set Construction, Set Design, Set Realisation and Stage Lighting. In the third year students concentrate on practical projects taking lead roles in productions, including Directing.

Hull University is one of the younger Universities in Great Britain. It was founded in 1927 through the support of local benefactors. The foundation stone was laid by the Duke of York (later King George VI) in 1928. Located on Cottingham Road in Hull, East Yorkshire, the new University College Hull was an outpost of the University of London and offered courses in the arts and pure sciences.