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Wimbledon College of Arts costume parade

About Wimbledon

Wimbledon sees performance as a way of connecting with others, approaching challenges and engaging with communities.

Wimbledon College of Arts has a long tradition of providing world class training in technical arts related to the stage, screen and theatre.

With the introduction of acting courses, Wimbledon now trains professionals on stage and backstage, in front of and behind the camera.

We want our students to be not only ready for industry, but also ready to challenge it.

Our courses

Wimbledon has around 800 students on our courses. Through the college's shared course projects, lectures and exhibitions, our students are encouraged to work collaboratively and are exposed to a wide range of disciplines and ideas.

Wimbledon offers undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses.

Performance with set and costume design by Emma Robinson.

Our facilities and location

Students learn in the college's specialist workshops, studios and on-site professional theatre from expert tutors and technicians. Wimbledon's south west London location combines green, open spaces with easy access to the city's thriving art and theatre scenes.

Who went to Wimbledon?

The college has an international reputation for producing graduates, who are known for their creativity, technical ability and professionalism. Our alumni include:

  • Lorna Marie Mugan - Costume Designer
  • Simon Costin - Set Designer
  • Sarah Greenwood - Production Designer
  • Kenny Ho - Costume Designer
  • Tim Goodchild - Set and Costume Designer
  • James Acheson - Costume Designer
  • Mikey Please - Animator