Taught course

Creative Theatre and Entertainment Technologies

Middlesex University London · Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries

Entry requirements

Applicants should hold an honours-level undergraduate degree in a relevant arts, humanities or technology-based subject. Please check your course page on the Middlesex University website for the most up-to-date information.

Months of entry


Course content

Middlesex has a long-established reputation for excellence in the field of design and technical theatre. You’ll join our community of designers, scenographers, technicians and academics, with access to the same high-quality digital resources and technologies. Throughout this MA course you’ll understand how changing practice in theatre and related live and digital events is making the industry more sustainable, global and inclusive.

Our MA in Creative Theatre and Entertainment Technologies is designed in partnership with industry employers for anyone with an interest in developing their career as a designer or technician in the events and entertainment industries, taking advantage of fast-paced changes in industry practices to develop knowledge and skills that are in high demand for employers.

You are able to choose from a range of specialist areas, including lighting & sound design and programming, scenic design and engineering, video design & digital visualisation, production management and many more; and collaborate with peers working in other disciplines to create innovative and original work. As part of your study, you’ll also have the opportunity to undertake a work placement and/or industry focused project.

Integrate distance-learning into your own creative practice, including full access to industry standard software such as Adobe Creative Cloud, Vectorworks, Logic Pro and many more included in your fees.

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MA
    full time
    12 months
    • Campus-based learningis available for this qualification

Course contact details

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