" I attended the 'Diversity in plays and monologue' course at Central School of Speech and Drama, I learnt that dialect and accents can change when in another country or state. Also, my knowledge expanded on black culture. For example, I now know that Windrush took place in June 1948. I really enjoyed the course as a whole. When I first heard about this trip, I was hesitant about going, because I find Drama as a subject incredibly hard, so I thought that the course would be too complicated, but I was surprised to see that I understood the work thoroughly".
GCSE Drama Student.
"I learnt about the different dialects and languages of Caribbean and African countries, previously foreign
to me. The volume of material supplied on the course was amazing! I feel this is a great resource for any acting institution". Monique Francois.