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Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

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Ucas code: R86

The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama provides practical, performance-based training in music, acting, stage management, theatre design and arts management, enabling students to enter and influence the world of music, theatre and related professions. The training is delivered by experienced and active practitioners in each discipline, in collaboration with some of the most eminent individuals and organisations within the destination industries. The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama is the National Conservatoire of Wales and operates alongside an international peer group of conservatoires and specialist arts colleges
Source:Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama website

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