Once your application is processed, you will be invited to audition at Trinity Laban. We hold auditions at intervals throughout the year in the UK and abroad.
Undergraduate Programme: BA (Hons) Contemporary Dance
Please note that our live auditions have now finished.
Applications are still open and you may be considered for entry onto the programme by submitting a recorded audition.
A typical audition day will run as follows:
09.15 Introductory talk
09.30 Contemporary and Ballet classes
12.30 Creative session
13.30 Lunch / Tour of the building
14.30 Group interviews
16.00 Approximate end of audition
You should wear a leotard and footless tights or close fitting T-shirt and footless tights. Please note ballet shoes will be required for the ballet class.
There is an on-site café where you can buy refreshments or feel free to bring your own lunch. Parent, friends, etc. can use this facility throughout the day.
Auditions results will be available on UCAS Conservatoires approximately three weeks after the audition date.
If you have any questions or would like more information prior to the audition, please contact the Admissions Team: [email protected]
Postgraduate Diploma Community Dance
Applications are still open.
Following successful application, you may be invited to attend an audition.
Audition dates in the UK for September 2017 entry are:
- Wednesday 24 May
- Tuesday 4 July
Audition Dates for Transitions Dance Company
Applications for 2017 entry are now closed.
Audition dates in the UK for September 2018 will be announced later in the year.
Following successful application via UCAS Conservatoires, you may be invited to attend an audition.
Please note that application does not guarantee a place at preliminary audition and auditions are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Early application is recommended.
We expect MA Dance Performance/Transitions Dance Company candidates to attend an audition at Trinity Laban. We will, in exceptional circumstances, accept a recorded audition. You should email [email protected] to request this before submitting a recording, as it will need to be discussed with the Programme Team. However, we strongly encourage you to attend the live audition if at all possible.
If you do submit a recording, the content should be as follows:
1. 10 minutes of Contemporary Technique Class material (new material not previously learned)
Ideally footage of you performing the material during the class in which you learnt it. Please identify yourself so it’s clear which dancer you are. If you are unable to record the class itself, footage of you performing the material outside of a class setting is also acceptable, but the material should not be overly rehearsed. Footage of you being taught/learning the material is not necessary.
2. 10 minutes of performance
3. 2 x 3-minute improvisations (on 2 very contrasting themes)
The recordings can be submitted via Decision Desk.