All Acting and Performance applicants will be invited to an audition workshop in person (except for EU or International applicants who will be invited to an online interview). Before your audition, please send a recording of a monologue lasting approximately 2 minutes.
You can choose EITHER a stage monologue OR a screen monologue.
Stage monologue: A monologue lasting approximately 2 minutes from either a classical or a contemporary play. You should introduce yourself by name at the start of the recording followed by the name of the play and the character you are playing. Please dress in black with long hair tied back, minimal make-up, and no jewellery. Please record against a plain background and ensure that sound levels are adjusted so that your voice is clearly audible. You should make sure that you choose a play you know well so that your monologue is located within the context of the play.
Screen monologue: A 2-minute monologue from one of the extracts provided. You should introduce yourself by name at the start of the recording, followed by the name of the film and the character. Please dress in black with long hair tied back, minimal make-up and no jewellery. Please record against a plain background and ensure that sound levels are adjusted so that your voice is clearly audible. If you know the film from which your monologue is taken, please make sure that you are offering your own interpretation of the character.
Your monologue should be recorded online and submitted via a link to a platform such as Vimeo or YouTube to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are experiencing problems with this, please contact email@example.com please send your monologue no later than 2 working days before your audition.
Audition workshop details:
We would also like to invite you to a workshop audition at our LSBU Southwark campus. Please book onto your preferred audition date and time as soon as you can once you receive your invitation email.
Guidelines for Workshop Audition
Please arrive early and wait at the Student Life Centre reception on Borough Road. You should wear loose, comfortable clothing (no jeans) with no jewellery or make-up and with long hair tied back. Please be prepared to work in socks or bare feet.
For those students living outside the UK, so you will be invited to an online interview with a member of the academic course team it is understood that attending the workshop audition may not be possible. You will still need to submit a recorded monologue. If you have any questions about the audition process at LSBU please email: firstname.lastname@example.org