Education Abroad: UK
Theatre Study Abroad
See amazing shows in London’s West End, and then travel by train to Edinburgh - Scotland to attend the Edinburgh Fringe Festival! Visit Warner Brothers Harry Potter Film Studio. Experience 10 shows in London, and 10 Shows in Scotland! See the Globe theatre. Backstage Tours! Walk in the footsteps of The Beatles. Experience Theatre, Dance, Live Music / Rock & Roll Events, visit Pubs and historic sights. See Hamilton, Les Miserables, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, and more in London, one of the arts capitals of the world. Travel to Stratford-Upon-Avon to visit the Royal Shakespeare Company and visit Shakespeare's Birthplace and Grave. See Warner Brothers Harry Potter Studios Tour in person! Attend the world's largest Theatre and the Arts Festival in Edinburgh Scotland! If this sounds fun to you, see below!
Scholarship money is available! Follow the attached links for scholarship information and general information about the program.
Who: Students interested in theatre, dance, music, the arts, and studying abroad in the UK/Scotland (London & Edinburgh)
What: This three-week summer education abroad program offers 3 to 6 upper-division credits and enables you to spend three weeks in the heart of London and now Edinburgh at the world's largest theatre and the arts festival - The Edinburgh Fringe! You will be immersed in several of the artistic and theatre capitals of the world. You will gain insight and experience from attending an exciting mix of performances, as well as have numerous opportunities to explore areas of personal interest, such as the visual arts, dance, and music. The course for the program is TH 479: UK Theatre and the Arts in the UK - Study Abroad (3 credits).
When: July 23 - August 12, 2023
Where: London - England and Edinburgh - Scotland & Stratford-Upon-Avon. Situated in the heart of Europe's largest capital city, London, this course provides access to world-class theatre, world-famous performers, and an endless array of artistic venues. Students will live in apartments and have plenty of free time when not at performances or excursions for the program. Excursions include Shakespeare’s birthplace and grave, Hampton Court Palace, The British Museum, The Imperial War Museum, The National Theatre Backstage Tour, The Tate Museum of Modern Art, The Tower of London, St. Pauls Cathedral, Warner Bros Harry Potter London Studios, Pubs and much more. Then the group will move to Scotland and spend a week at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival - The Largest Theatre and the Arts festival in the World!
What next: Apply now! Application and additional details.
Scholarships & Financial Aid: There are options for funding for this program and financial aid applies to all education abroad programs. More information at educationabroad.colostate.edu.
Pictures from Previous Trips
- Associate Professor of Theatre
- Lighting, Sound, and Projection Design