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We believe that high quality actor training should be for everyone and so all places on the course are made available at a heavily subsidised rate. All training provided and access to theatre productions is covered by fee payments. The course is very intensive and this level of accelerated learning reduces the financial implications of actor training, as well as providing an insight into the demands of the industry.

Project A is a not for profit training programme and as such, all income goes directly towards providing the course.

Production image from fear and Misery of the Third Reich shows two young boys hiding under a train platform clutching a single bag of sweets.

Fees for academic year 2022/2023 are £1900. Fees can be paid in full at the start of term or in 3 installments:

August 2022


December 2022


February 2023


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Students are also liable to pay a £35 non-refundable charge for a personal access security fob which allows access into and around the spaces within the theatre. The charge will be added to your initial invoice prior to the commencement of the course.
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We provide most of the equipment and resources that you will need whilst training with us, but there are a couple of personal items you will need to provide yourself:


  • A yoga mat
  • A resistance band
  • A water bottle
  • Note books
  • Pens & pencils


All places on Project A are heavily subsidised and we strive to be accessible to all, regardless of financial circumstance. As such, we can provide 2 bursary places each year. Bursary places are awarded to those who satisfy all of our admissions criteria and who demonstrate a need for further financial assistance with fees. Bursary places are only available to those who permanently reside in (and have attended school in) the North East.

To apply for a bursary place, simply indicate that you wish to be considered for one on your initial application and we will be in touch.
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