Come to Trinity Laban to…
...experience world class teaching
Our teachers are talented artists and practitioners who bring their highly developed skills and extensive experience to inspire and inform the next generation. Within a highly collaborative and supportive environment, you will work with a wide range of teachers in a variety of learning situations – from individual study to group classes and performance activities – to develop your artistic abilities and your individual creativity. You will gain a strong sense of the history of your art form and develop the professional skills you need to succeed in employment. And you will also be introduced to new ways of making art, enabling you to take your artistic practice forward in ways you could never have imagined.
...lay the foundations for your career
For three years in a row, the Higher Education Statistics Agency’s DLHE survey has named Trinity Laban as one of the UK’s top three institutions for graduate employability. Our programmes are informed by the needs of the profession, ensuring you will be able to develop not only your artistic voice but also the professional, collaborative and entrepreneurial skills you will need to thrive in the performing arts in the 21st century. Our graduates work in roles across the dance and music industries and many have forged successful freelance careers.
...perform in professional venues
At Trinity Laban, you will be able to develop your performing skills in a variety of formal and informal settings: our unique suite of performance venues combines large-scale, professionally equipped spaces with more intimate studios and chamber venues. The Laban Theatre programme presents student shows alongside internationally renowned dance companies, some of whom (such as Company Wayne McGregor and Akram Khan) develop new work with us. Music students perform regularly in the architecturally striking Old Royal Naval College Chapel and Blackheath Halls, one of London’s oldest purpose-built performing arts venues, as well as at prestigious venues across London, including: Kings Place, the Southbank Centre, Cadogan Hall, Ronnie Scott’s and the Ambassadors Theatre.
...join a vibrant artistic community
Students from more than 60 countries contribute to the lively, friendly and supportive atmosphere of our Faculties of Music and Dance. Within this diverse and stimulating community of creative people, you will be able to develop lasting friendships and artistic connections that will sustain you throughout your studies and your career.
...enjoy all that London has to offer
Trinity Laban is housed in two magnificent buildings, just 10-minutes’ walk apart: the historic Old Royal Naval College and the award-winning Laban Building. Our home in South East London enables you to enjoy the best of both worlds: the bright lights of central London and its incredible range of culture, entertainment and nightlife are only a 10-minute train ride away, but you will still have space to breathe, reflect and develop your artistic voice in the more peaceful environment of Greenwich.