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Wimbledon College of Arts theatre.


Wimbledon College of Arts has a range of specialist facilities and workshops.


Wimbledon's theatre is equipped to industry standard and includes a flexible ground floor and mezzanine seating that allows for multiple uses of the space. Other features include fixed projector, projector screen, lighting rig and sound board.

Costume Workshop

Wimbledon’s costume workshop combines studio space with industry standard equipment to help students produce professional costumes. The studio and workshop contains dress stands, hat blocks, industrial irons, material store providing low cost materials for students, over lockers, pattern cutting tables, sewing machines and steamers.

Audio Visual

Wimbledon’s audio visual department consists of a wide range of photography, film and video facilities and an equipment loan store.

Wimbledon audio visual facilities:

  • Analogue room for 8 and 16mm film with filming, editing, display and transfer facilities
  • Animation suite with 2D, 3D and stop frame facilities
  • Dark room facilities for developing black and white films and photographs
  • Film and video studio
  • Green screen facilities
  • Lighting rigs
  • Photographic studio with lighting rig and backdrops
  • Sound studio

Equipment students can borrow from our audio visual loan store includes amps, camera tracking, digital data projectors, microphones, mixing desks, sound equipment, speakers, steady cam, still DSLR cameras, tripods, video cameras, voice recorders, 8 and 16mm analogue film cameras, 35mm medium format and large format film cameras.

Wimbledon's theatre.
Wimbledon's theatre. - Credit: Kristy Noble.
Wimbledon green screen.
Wimbledon audio visual photography studio.
Photography darkroom.
Photography darkroom. - Credit: Kristy Noble.

3D Workshops


In the metal workshops students can work with steel using techniques such as welding, bending, braising, cutting, rolling and lathe work. There is also a foundry allowing students to cast in aluminium and bronze.


The wood workshop is where students are taught how to make models and other wooden structures. It is equipped with a band saw, belt sander, bobbin sander, fret saw, morsa guillotine, pillar drill, radial arm saw, spindle moulder, table saw, thickness planer, under pinner-frame making tool and other general tools.

Casting and moulding

The casting and moulding workshop consists of work benches, sinks and mixing areas. It is equipped with a variety of hand tools. The workshop is set up to allow students to use traditional casting and mould making methods, but it can also allows students to pursue more experimental alternatives in making.

Casting workshop.
Casting workshop. - Credit: Kristy Noble.
Wimbledon wood workshop.
Metal workshop.
Metal workshop. - Credit: Kristy Noble.
Welding equipment in the metal workshop.
Welding equipment in the metal workshop. - Credit: Kristy Noble.


Wimbledon’s digital media centre has iMacs equipped with the latest software for students to digitally create their design, audio and video work. Software available includes After Effects, Audition, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop and Premiere. The centre also has large format digital printers. There are further Mac and PC computers in the library.

Maker Space

The maker space is run by students for students. It houses a laser cutter, 3D printers and has benches for assembling small works.


Wimbledon has a range of printmaking facilities. Students can produce work using intaglio etching, letterpress, screen printing and wood cut printing.