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prospectus - The Bridge Theatre Training Company
PROSPECTUS
A DRAMA SCHOOL TRAINING
OF THE HIGHEST CALIBRE
CONTENTS
2 / WELCOME
5 / ABOUT US
6 / THE COURSES
8 / COURSE CONTENT
12 / BRINGING IT ALL
TOGETHER
16 / PROFESSIONAL
PREPARATION
19 / STUDENT SERVICES
20/ HOW TO APPLY
24 / HOW TO GET HERE
25/ CONTACT US
_____‘YOU CANNOT FIND A BETTER PLACE
TO TRAIN’________
JOHN MCGETTRICK
Graduate
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Welcome
to The Bridge
Every year people of all nationalities and
backgrounds come to The Bridge to change
their lives and become professional actors.
If that’s your dream, we’re here to help you
make it happen.
We are a non-profit making company
providing training of the highest quality from
actors, directors, performers, musicians and
choreographers working at the top of the
industry. Because we are an educational
charity many services are donated to The
Bridge, so you pay less for your training.
Once you graduate we will continue to work
with you, providing everything from advice
on contracts to industry contacts, and from
help preparing for auditions to opportunities
to work with us in a professional context.
Bridge staff
Our tutors are professional practitioners
who believe in making a high level of
training accessible to a wide range of
people. This is why only the basic cost
of training is charged to students.
For more information on our current staff,
visit www.thebridge-ttc.org
Bridge graduates
Bridge graduates now work successfully
in film, television, theatre and radio. Their
credits include Skins, Little Britain, Coronation
Street, Casualty, Sweeney Todd, Bright Young
Things, Cold Mountain, Love Actually, and
countless productions with the nation’s
leading theatre companies including the RSC,
The Globe, Bristol Old Vic and The National
Theatre. To see what our recent graduates
are doing now please visit our website.
___‘I got
everything
I wanted from
The Bridge —
Professional
Training,
an agent,
an opportunity
to change
my life.’______
TIM BODEN
Graduate
COURSES SEE PAGE 6
HOW TO APPLY SEE PAGE 20
CONTACT US SEE PAGE 25
For further details or to request short
course/foundation course information
visit www.thebridge-ttc.org
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ABOUT US
Our story
Our approach
The Bridge was established in 1993 by Judith
Pollard, Mark Akrill and other directors, actors,
choreographers and musicians who felt
strongly that drama courses were too often
prohibitively expensive. The aim was simple:
to make the highest level of actor training
accessible to all, to produce actors from a
mix of social and cultural backgrounds and,
by doing so, to enrich the theatre, radio, film
and television.
We do not see actors as machines, simply
producing what directors require of them.
Instead we give them an approach to
acting and a method that they can use
independently, and that they can extend
for themselves. We place the actor’s own
creativity at the centre of theatre training,
encouraging in them a strong sense of the
importance of a company and of theatre
as a collaborative process.
Initially, we offered a free advisory service
for those wishing to enter the profession and
courses that cut through the atmosphere
of elitism and privilege that existed in some
parts of the industry. In 1996, the current
Two Year Professional Acting Course and
One Year Postgraduate/Post Experience
Professional Acting Course were introduced
and The Bridge began to get noticed as a
company that turned out highly motivated
and creative actors who could be relied
on to deliver.
We are as keen on developing openness,
generosity and positivity in rehearsal
as we are on building self-reliance and
inventiveness. We want our students to be
receptive to very different kinds of theatre
and never to be dogmatic about ideas or
theories. We make great demands on those
whom we select and they deliver what we
ask and succeed because we believe in them.
In 2001, as the courses expanded, we moved
to Cecil Sharp House in Camden. This Grade
Two listed building remained our home for
10 years. As we continued to expand and
develop as a company we were in need
of our own premises and in June 2012 90
Kingsway, Tally Ho Corner in North Finchley
became the new home of The Bridge. Our
new building has ample rehearsal space,
including three sprung floored studios (one
with dance mirrors) and a green room for
students. This means that our training
can expand and we can provide a new
foundation course.
Our production venues include The Criterion,
Fortune, Ambassadors and Cockpit theatres.
Graduates from past years regularly return
to work with us, rehearse for auditions,
attend events and catch up with news.
Our history is, of course, still being written.
Come and be a part of it.
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Above all, we provide a positive, dynamic
and welcoming environment where people
get the opportunities they need.
Joint Artistic Directors
Judith Pollard & Mark Akrill
Patrons
Carmen Munroe & John Greenwood
Chair of the Trustees
Rebecca Smedley
Company Administrator
Laura Emson
Trustees
Rita Baker
Paolo Carraro
Paris Johnson
Malcolm Harrington
Accountants
Silver Levene
Solicitors
Blaser Mills
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THE COURSES
We offer two full-time courses for a career
in professional acting and a part-time acting
foundation course. We also offer a variety
of short courses in many subject areas.
Two Year Professional
Acting Course
Intensive training for a professional acting
career. The minimum age is 18 and there
is no upper age limit.
Both courses include comprehensive
career guidance and a graduating season
of public productions in London theatres,
with a West End showcase at the Criterion
Theatre in front of agents, directors and
casting directors.
One Year Post Graduate/
Post Experience Professional
Acting Course
Training for a professional acting career
for those who already have a degree (not
necessarily in Drama) or for those who
have Drama or related experience. The
minimum age is 21 at the beginning of
the course and there is no upper age limit.
Postgraduate students condense their
studies into a shorter period and begin
individual programmes relating to their
specific needs in voice, movement and
auditioning at an early stage. Careerrelated studies are also brought forward
in this way to prepare you for entry into
the profession.
Attendance
Classes and rehearsals run from 9:15am
to 6:00pm, Monday to Friday and
rehearsals may extend into the evening.
Some weekend work will be necessary,
especially when there are forthcoming
productions. However, the company will
make sure you have the time to support
yourself by working outside college hours.
Entry Requirements
There are no formal entry requirements.
Entry is by audition, and you must not
only have acting ability but also the level
of commitment necessary to become
a professional actor.
The Year
Divided into three terms totalling
approximately 33 weeks from September
to July, with breaks for half-term, Christmas,
Easter and Summer.
Qualifications Awarded
Successful students are awarded the
Professional Acting Diploma and the
Academy of Performance Combat
Fight Performance Certificate.
HOW TO APPLY SEE PAGE 20
CONTACT US SEE PAGE 25
Part-Time Foundation
Course — Acting
A part time course with classes at the
evenings and weekends. For full details
including course content and fees please
see our website.
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COURSE CONTENT
Whatever your natural strengths, a career
as a professional actor demands familiarity
with a range of disciplines. At The Bridge we
embrace the full spectrum of performance
skills enabling you to develop strong
technique and explore new areas.
Acting
Focuses on developing your imagination
and introduces methods that will enable
you to create a role and work with a group
in improvising, devising and using text. You
will explore a variety of acting styles, gain
an understanding of the rehearsal process
and acquire extensive performance skills.
Modern and Classical plays, scenes and
audition pieces are studied, rehearsed and
performed through group and one-to-one
teaching. For these classes all students
are given an individual programme of
work tailored to their particular needs.
Movement and Dance
Develops your physical expressiveness,
fitness and spatial awareness. You will
be introduced to stage movement, study
human and animal movement and work in
a variety of dance styles. Period movement
is studied in depth. No previous dance
experience is necessary.
Voice and Speech
Relaxation and breathing, projection and
clarity — you will learn how to use your
‘whole voice’ and to develop expressiveness,
power and subtlety. Classical text and verse
speaking are studied and you will work on
accents and dialects. You will also develop
a thorough understanding of how the
relationship with an audience is established.
Improvisation
A thorough introduction to this essential
skill, working with some of the leading
figures in the field.
Singing and Musical Theatre
Anyone who can speak can learn to sing
­— it is essential for the actor’s training
and hugely enjoyable. You will work on
performance skills and technique, musical
theatre styles are studied and a range
of musical skills are developed. You will
also receive individual singing tutorials.
Physical Theatre
A sense of play is at the heart of all good
acting. The drama of such diverse performers
as Steven Berkoff and Theatre de Complicite
is explored in work that is central to the
course. You must use your whole body
in performance and can learn to be highly
responsive to your fellow actors. Mime,
clown, Commedia dell’arte, melodrama
and mask can be included in this area.
Shakespeare and Classical Theatre
The initial emphasis is on workshops that
make the text more accessible, whatever your
level of experience. Improvisation, physical
techniques, paraphrase and acting games are
used. Detailed studies of the social, historical
and intellectual background of the plays
lead to exercises and final productions.
Text Analysis
How can we read actively and translate
what we read into dramatic action? These
sessions train our imagination in new ways.
Theatre History
You will be given a grounding in Theatre
History, but the emphasis is always a
practical one. This knowledge is central
to our professional lives.
Production
You will put into practice what you have
learned on the course in production and
production exercises. This is a chance to
gain confidence and experience and to
evaluate your own work. As the course
progresses, rehearsal time increases.
All students take part in professional
productions, and graduating students
present their final work to agents and
casting directors in a varied season of
productions and a West End showcase.
Theatre Studies
Students may cover a range of subjects,
including directing, educational theatre,
and the language of theatre. Students
can learn stage management skills.
Students may also opt to present their
own dramatic writing.
Auditions
A tailor-made repertoire of audition pieces
is essential for you to progress in your career.
Audition technique is studied throughout
each course and you will be prepared for
many different kinds of castings in theatre,
film, television and radio.
Professional Studies
Preparing you for entry to the profession,
Equity and Spotlight representatives, agents,
directors and casting directors are invited
to advise you on launching your career
and looking for work. The full spectrum of
practical matters is covered, from identifying
where your casting potential lies to dealing
with tax, and from CVs and photographs to
Equity membership.
Tutorials
An essential part of your training, in which
skills and techniques learned in class are
related to the work seen in a variety of
exciting productions in London theatres.
A chance to evaluate your own work and
get guidance on a range of course-related,
personal or financial matters. You will be
given regular feedback about your progress
on the course and support in planning your
future career.
Stage Combat
The Working Diary/ Log Book
Theatre Visits
Both armed and unarmed combat are
studied. A range of fighting styles is
explored and the work is integrated
into productions. Graduating students
will take the Academy of Performance
Combat Fight Performance Exam.
Television, film and radio
You will work with experienced actors
and directors on acting for camera and
for microphone. The technical demands
of each medium are examined in both
practical classes and projects.
You will record and discuss the work, as
well as evaluating your own progress.
Assessment
This is continuous and is based on
your progress in lessons, rehearsals and
productions. Assessments are both positive
and realistic. They let you know what you
have achieved and identify exactly what
you must do to develop further skills.
HOW TO APPLY SEE PAGE 20
CONTACT US SEE PAGE 25
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__‘The Bridge is a
place for hopes
and dreams
to become
realitY and
we will take
that company
spiriT with us
wherever
we go.’________
Graduating Year 2010
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Bringing it all together
A crucial aspect of your work with us will be
putting into practice everything you have
learned by performing in productions staged
in London theatres. With this experience to
draw upon, you will be ready to go out into
the industry.
Productions
Progression
During the course, you will work with staff
members and guest directors to bring your
skills to the stage. Past guest directors have
worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company,
the Royal National Theatre, the BBC and
many other prestigious companies.
As well as participating in full productions,
you will also perform in showcases of scenes,
songs and dance. Graduating students will
present their final work to agents and casting
directors in a varied season of productions
and a West End showcase.
Plays presented as productions by students
of The Bridge include:
Accidental Death
of an Anarchist
Dario Fo
Mariana Pineda
Federico Garcia
Lorca
Oedipus Rex
Sophocles
A Midsummer
Night’s Dream
William Shakespeare
Mountain Language
Harold Pinter
The Good and
Faithful Servant
Joe Orton
The Cherry Orchard
Anton Chekov
Brezhnev’s Children
Olwen Wymark
Electra
Hugo Von
Hofmannsthal
The Importance
of Being Earnest
Oscar Wilde
Road
Jim Cartwright
Top Girls
Caryl Churchill
The Gut Girls
Sarah Daniels
Measure for Measure
William Shakespeare
The Knight of the
Burning Pestle
Beaumont & Fletcher
Grimm Tales
Adapted By
Mark Bowden
The House of
Bernarda Alba
Federico Garcia
Lorca
The Visit
Friedrich Dürrenmatt
Me and My Friend
Gillian Plowman
Marat /Sade
Peter Weiss
Stars in the
Morning Sky
Alexander Galin
Hal (Henry V)
William Shakespeare
The House
Mark Akrill
The Love of the
Nightingale
Timberlake
Wertenbaker
The Winter’s Tale
William Shakespeare
Under Milk Wood
Dylan Thomas
As You Like It
William Shakespeare
Find Me
Olwen Wymark
The Government
Inspector
Nikolai Gogol
Entertaining
Strangers
David Edgar
Mad Forest
Caryl Churchill
Daisy Pulls It Off
Denise Deegan
Macbeth
William Shakespeare
Romeo and Juliet
William Shakespeare
The Laramie Project
Moises Kaufman
– Tectonic
Theater Project
The Last Days of
Judas Iscariot
Stephen Adly Guirgis
Summerfolk
Maxim Gorky
Once you graduate from the course we
will continue to work with you, providing
hands-on support and practical advice on all
aspects of professional life. The Bridge has an
excellent record of graduate employment in
the industry, with our graduates now working
successfully in major film, television, theatre
and radio productions. Credits include:
Holland Park Opera
Dalek War II:
Dalek Empire
Riverside Studios
In Parenthesis
English National
Opera
Sarah Millican’s
Support Group
London Palladium
Ambassadors
Theatre
Television
Cold Mountain
with Jude Law
Skins
Love Actually
with Hugh Grant
Presenting
Paramount’s
Keen Eddie
BBC3
Parade’s End
Little Britain
Coronation Street
Casualty
Love, Virtually
The Borgias
Fast and Loose
Rules of
Engagement
Restoration
The Indian Doctor
Quills
with Michael Caine
Holby City
Last Flight to Kuwait
Radio
Manchester Royal
Exchange
CBBC
Sky
(UK and Italy)
Many
National and
International
Tours, including:
Lucy Prebble’s The
Sugar Syndrome
Victoria Wood’s
Dinnerladies
Hot Flush
Cooking with Elvis
Brief Encounter
Doctors
The Bill
Theatre
Ultimate Force
National Theatre
Neighbours
Royal Shakespeare Company
River City
Film
Sweeney Todd
(dir. Tim Burton)
Bright Young Things
(dir. Stephen Fry)
The Globe
Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
Royal Court at the
Duke of York’s
Bristol Old Vic
__‘Your faith…
has been inspirational.
I am amazed at what
wE have all learned
and becoME
in the last year.
Your pride and belief
in us has made all
the difference.’___
RUTH BRATT
Graduate
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___________‘Since
graduating
from The Bridge
I have been
consistently
working in the
industry, in lots
of different
media —
TV, Film and
Theatre.’_
GENNIFER BECoUaRn
GRADUATE
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Professional
preparation
Life after graduation can be a daunting
prospect. That’s why we offer practical
support and professional opportunities
long after your course is over.
Career support
From your first day at The Bridge you will
begin to learn how the industry is organised
and how to make progress in it. We will
prepare you for auditions and castings,
and help you to build your confidence in
professional situations. You will establish
a repertoire of speeches and songs for
audition, and learn how to approach sight
reading in professional castings for theatre,
film and television.
You will soon start to understand the ins
and outs of casting and will receive detailed
guidance on your acting CV, cover letters
and professional photographs. You will be
equipped with all the knowledge you need
to launch your professional career — and,
more importantly, to sustain that career.
Your programme will include:
– Commercial
castings
– The role of
your agent
– Workshop
auditions
– Casting directors
– Recalls
– Contracts
– Readings
– Joining Equity
– Networking
– Goals and planning
– Spotlight
membership
– Singing auditions
– Use of websites
– Presentation
– Getting known
– Producers
– Researching your
prospective
employers
Being part of the company
The professional company
It is vital to remember that when you join
us you become a member of a professional
acting company. We are often involved in
mounting productions and working with
other professionals on a variety of projects.
This means you could be asked to appear in,
stage manage or help produce professional
work even before you complete your course.
Over the years we have directly employed
Bridge graduates in a variety of capacities.
For example, our professional company
staged ‘Fatale’ at The Bridewell Theatre
with a cast of fifteen, seven of whom we
had trained.
Once you’ve graduated from The Bridge, you
will still be very much a part of the company
and may find yourself coming back to work
for us as an actor, stage manager, director
or tutor so that you can share with our new
company members the knowledge you’ve
gained in the wider industry.
You may come back to meet up with fellow
company members in organised support
groups or just to drop in for a cup of tea and
to catch up with news. You will probably want
to see our new shows or attend events and
workshops that The Bridge or its associated
companies are organising.
We are committed to producing high-quality
theatre and to promoting the careers of those
who train with us. On successfully completing
your training you will be considered for
employment on productions and workshop
programmes with The Bridge’s professional
company. In addition, there are many other
professional companies made up of Bridge
graduates who have gone on to perform in
theatres across London and on national and
international tours.
After you have graduated from The Bridge
we will still be available for:
– Advice
– References
– Rehearsal and preparation for auditions
– Help with contracts
– Contacts with other industry professionals
– Career guidance
… all at no extra cost.
COURSES SEE PAGE 6
HOW TO APPLY SEE PAGE 20
CONTACT US SEE PAGE 25
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____‘The moment I
walked through
the doors
of The Bridge
I knew I’d found
mY new home.
It helped me
to find who
I really am.’_____
Suzanne Estevez
Graduate
Student services
We are proud of our new premises,
the facilities we offer and the help
we are able to give students who
come to study with us.
Our facilities
Accommodation
At The Bridge:
If your application is successful, we will
provide you with information about finding
accommodation in London. We can:
– 4 spacious rehearsal studios, 3 with
sprung floors, including dance studio
with full-length mirrors
– A large variety of rooms for student
rehearsals, tutorials, singing lessons
and voice classes
– Green room with kitchen facilities available
– Student lockers
– Car parking and bike racks available
to students and staff
– Library of recordings of Musical Theatre
– Supply you with a comprehensive
Accommodation Pack, which includes
letting agents, student hostels, shared
flats and houses, websites, details of
useful publications and other advice
– Give you access to our full list of students
wanting to share accommodation
– Inform you of flats and house-shares
as soon as they become available
– Free wifi
– Offer you advice on contracts and
tenancy agreements
Offsite facilities used by The Bridge:
– Confirm your full-time student status
so that you won’t pay council tax
– A range of London theatres are used for
the students’ public productions, including
the Criterion Theatre in Piccadilly which
hosts our graduate West End Showcase
– Guide you through each stage of your
search for accommodation
– London Zoo where students undertake
animal study
– The highly acclaimed Motivation Sound
Studios where soundtracks for our
productions are often recorded
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____‘The lessons
HOW TO APPLY
From affordability to auditions, this
section contains everything you need
to know about applying to The Bridge.
Fees and funding
We are committed to making it as easy as
possible for you to become an actor. As
a non-profit making educational charity
we charge only the basic cost of training,
with many services donated entirely free
of charge by the professional practitioners
who support The Bridge’s work and give
something back because they know how
much of a commitment you are making
to your training. Tuition fees are payable
in advance each term. For our current
fees, go to www.thebridge-ttc.org
Financial support
If you think it will be too expensive for
you to join our courses, you’re almost
certainly wrong. We can advise you about
this at audition and, if you’re offered a
place, we can help you to find the grants,
grant-making bodies, Professional and
Career Development Loans, charitable
trusts, awards or sponsorship that will
enable you to pay for your tuition and
support yourself while you train.
Professional and Career Development Loans
are commercial bank loans that can be used
to help pay for work-related learning. You
can borrow between £300 and £10,000
to help support the cost of up to two years
of learning (or three years if it includes one
year’s relevant unpaid practical work). The
Government will pay the interest on the loan
while you are learning and for one month
afterwards. You will then need to start
repaying the loan as you would any other
commercial loans product. The loan can
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be used to pay course fees or other costs,
such as travel and living expenses. You can
also use the loan to supplement other forms
of support, such as grants or bursaries.
As the Professional and Career Development
Loan is a commercial loan product, you
should make sure you have investigated all
the funding options that may be open to
you, to ensure you take an informed decision
about whether the loan is right for you.
I’ve learned
in this short
time will be
with me
my whole life.’__
Lisa Marsh
Graduate
or further information on financial
F
assistance to support your learning,
visit: www.direct.gov.uk/adultlearning
or contact Next Step on 0800 100 900.
What next?
Once you’re offered a place, we’ll give you
advice on the grants you can apply for and
send you our detailed guide to fundraising,
which includes:
– Grants advisory services
– Online sources
– Key publications
– Industry funding sources
– Sponsorship
– Fundraising methods
– PCDL
Anything is possible, provided you take the
first step and send in your application.
COURSES SEE PAGE 6
CONTACT US SEE PAGE 25
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HOW TO APPLY
_____‘The audition day was
so different to any other.
You felt like an individual
and the energy
and passion that went
into it was fantastic.
This carried on
throughout the length
of the course.’____________
(Continued)
You can apply directly online via our
website or request an audition pack
(including application form) by
calling 020 7424 0860 or emailing
[email protected]
When you have completed the application
form and selected an audition date from
the options provided, attach a recent
photograph and return it, with the audition
fee, to:
The Bridge Theatre Training Company,
90 Kingsway, Tally Ho Corner,
North Finchley, London N12 0EX
There are no formal entry requirements.
Entry is by audition, and candidates must
not only have acting ability but also the
level of commitment necessary to become
a professional actor.
If you have any queries before applying,
please ring us on 020 7424 0860 or email
[email protected] We will be happy
to answer your questions about the course
or to give any advice we can about training.
Handy hint: If you are sending forms in
the post, fold them in half and put them
in an A5 envelope. If you use a large A4
envelope, postage will be more expensive.
Auditions
ELISABETH ANGHARAD
The audition is held in a friendly and supportive
atmosphere and lasts from 10.00am – 5.00pm
with breaks, giving you the opportunity to work
with us. Our past students have told us how
much they enjoyed their audition day and how
valuable the experience was. There is always a
positive element to the outcome of the audition
­— either selection for the course or guidance
on other options that will be open to you.
Part 1 — Individual audition
We ask you to learn and perform two
speeches of 2­–3 minutes from published
plays. You should aim to show us contrasting
emotions in your speeches. Choose characters
you would like to play on stage and read
the whole play so that you can understand
the context and character you are playing.
Treat the audition as a rehearsal. Don’t feel
that you won’t be selected unless you give
a perfect performance. We are looking for
imagination and promise — not perfection
at this stage. Try to relax and enjoy your
time with us. Please bring copies of your
speeches with you to the audition.
(Note: you may perform speeches from
Shakespeare if you would like to, but there
is no automatic requirement to do so).
Part 2 — Group Workshop
Acting games, exercises and improvisations.
No preparation is necessary for this part of
the audition. Please wear loose, comfortable
clothing and trainers or flat shoes.
Part 3 — Interview
A chance for us to discover your interests
and talents and for you to ask us more
about the course.
Visit www.thebridge-ttc.org for a list
of current audition dates.
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How to get here
Our new site is a 12 minute walk from
Woodside Park station on the Northern
line. We are right next door to North
Finchley Bus Depot.
How to find us
WOODSIDE
PARK
12 minute walk
to The Bridge
WOODSIDE PA
RK ROAD
Getting to The Bridge
___‘Taking the
Professional Acting
Course at The Bridge Theatre
Training Company
is 100% the best choice
I have ever made.’__________________
by bus
North Finchley Bus Depot is next door
to 90 Kingsway.
Victoria
North Finchley
Bus Station
125
Finchley
Central
Tally Ho
Corner
125
Winchmore Hill
North Finchley
Bus Station
134
Tottenham
Court Road
Tally Ho
Corner
221
Edgware
North Finchley
Bus Station
221
Turnpike Lane
North Finchley
Bus Station
263
Barnet Hospital
North Finchley
Bus Station
263
Holloway
Tally Ho
Corner
460
Willesden
North Finchley
Bus Station
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North Finchley
Bus Depot
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15 minute walk
to The Bridge
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90 Kingsway,
Tally Ho Corner,
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North Finchley, London N12 0EX
Tel 020 7424 0860
Fax 020 7424 9118
Email [email protected]
Website www.thebridge-ttc.org
Photography
Craig Mcdermott and Antony Law
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Bus Stops
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Route FROM
PERCY ROAD
Tube Station
PARK
ROAD
Cross over the bridge and exit Woodside
Park Station and walk up Woodside Park
Road until you get to the end. Turn right
along High Road until you get to the Tally Ho
pub on your left. Cross over to it and carry
on past the Arts Depot theatre and ALDI
supermarket and walk around the building
to the left until you get to 90 Kingsway.
Ring the buzzer to get into the building.
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by tube — from Central London
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Mark Akrill,
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[email protected]
Judith Pollard, Joint Artistic Director
[email protected]
Laura Emson, Company Administrator
[email protected]
Libby Edwards, Development Manager
[email protected]
The Bridge Theatre
Training Company
90 Kingsway
Tally Ho Corner
North Finchley
London
N12 0EX
Tel 020 7424 0860
Fax 020 7424 9118
Email [email protected]
Website www.thebridge-ttc.org
www.facebook.com/thebridge-ttc
www.twitter.com/thebridgettc

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