ICTheatre Brighton

Begin your career in one of the happiest, most expressive cities in the UK. Creativity is in the soul of this city, driving its thriving artistic culture. Home to internationally known actors, singers, comedians, drag artists, dancers, and circus performers, Brighton’s performing arts scene is one of the most inclusive and eclectic you’ll find. Living in Brighton offers you so much more than your average university city. Here, you’ll find your voice and place as a performer, and gain the entrepreneurial skills you need to succeed in the industry.


Our courses offer exceptional standards of performing arts training with exclusive masterclasses developed around you. You’ll leave us with an eclectic performance portfolio, and the resilience and entrepreneurial skills you need to succeed.


Our lecturers are best in class, and come from a diverse range of backgrounds in theatre and performing arts. They’ll support you to explore your creative expression, and equip you with in-depth industry understanding across disciplines.

Life In Brighton

Eclectic, energetic, certainly ‘never normal’, Brighton serves up surprise and delight at every turn. From its grand Regency history to its legendary Fringe, from the seaside to the glorious South Downs, it’s easy to see why so many creatives call this city home.


At ICTheatre Brighton, our facilities are purpose built for the highest standard of performing arts training. Plus, partnerships with BIMM Institute Brighton and Brighton Film Academy offer the chance to connect and collaborate with a diverse range of talent.

Open Days

Our Open Days are designed to show you our unique flavour, and for us to get an idea of yours. See what it’s like to be a training performing arts professional and meet with the Head of School – this is your chance to audition us.


We have several locations in Brighton, depending on your course level. Our diploma courses happen just a few minutes from Brighton Station while our degree courses run at specialist facilities at Brighton Marina and in Portslade.

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