Get ready for a career in entertainment arts. Our courses span theatre, film, television, writing and music production, addressing the needs of London’s world-leading creative industries.
Our graduates have gone on to become internationally acclaimed actors, film and stage directors, novelists, poets, sound designers and engineers. Our entertainment courses also act as the perfect springboard if you’re interested in pursuing a career as a producer, cinematographer, audio or visual artist, publisher, playwright or screenwriter.
You’ll have access to creative experts – our lecturers include award-winning writer Dr Sunny Singh, Suzanne Cohen, who won Into Film’s Educator of the Year Award in 2018, director, writer and actor Rishi Trikha, who was a recent judge for Amnesty International’s Edinburgh Fringe Human Rights award, Dr Jacek Ludwig Scarso, whose multimedia projects have been presented worldwide, and acclaimed composer and media artist Dr Elaine Thomazi-Freitas.
"There was never a doubt that she would be a published writer. What I could not have foreseen is how quickly after graduation her first book was picked up by a publisher. I am absolutely delighted that she has been able to embark on her career as a writer so successfully."
Dr Sunny Singh talking about London Met creative writing graduate Emily Critchley, author of Notes On My Family
Our undergraduate entertainment courses
Creative Writing and English Literature (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
Our degree is the perfect preparation for undergraduate study and a career in the creative industries if you don't have the necessary requirements to enter the three-year degree.
Creative Writing and English Literature - BA (Hons)
Increase your understanding of literature through the study of the historical and contemporary genres and develop your own writing skills.
Film and Television Production (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
The built-in foundation year of this course is designed to help you gain the skills you require to study film and television production at undergraduate level.
Film and Television Production - BA (Hons)
This is a practice-based course which allows for intensive training and study of Film and Television.
Film and Television Studies (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
This course is ideal if you'd like to pursue film studies but can't meet the necessary requirements to enter the standard three-year degree.
Film and Television Studies - BA (Hons)
The Film and Television Studies BA will provide you with a wide-ranging knowledge and understanding of the film and television industries and their global cultural significance.
Music Technology and Production (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
Our degree with a built-in foundation year, is designed to provide an alternative route into education if you can't meet the entry requirements for a standard undergraduate degree.
Music Technology and Production - BSc (Hons)
Our Music Technology and Production BSc is an innovative, career-led degree with diverse practice-based learning opportunities.
Theatre and Film (Top-Up) - BA (Hons)
The Theatre and Film BA (top-up) merges cinematic and performance languages, explored through practice and theory. Develop the skills required for successful employment opportunities within the international film and television industries, and within theatre and performing arts.
Theatre and Film - BA (Hons)
The Theatre and Film BA merges cinematic and performance languages, explored through practice and theory. You'll develop the skills required for employment in the international film and television industries, and within theatre and performing arts.
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News and success stories from our entertainment courses
Cass tutor promoted to Professor of Creative Writing and Inclusion in the Arts
Sunny Singh, award-winning writer and senior lecturer in Creative Writing and English Literature at The Cass, has been promoted to the title of Professor.
Award-winning alumnus directs and releases brand new film
‘Cagefighter: Worlds Collide’, directed by alumnus Jesse Quinones, delves into the high-octane world of mixed martial arts.
Writing Black Lives
A free, open event at London Met will explore the Black British experience through creative writing and oral history.
Work of Cass lecturer selected for inclusion in prestigious Aesthetica Future Now Anthology
The exhibition, In Limbo, was designed by Jacek Ludwig Scarso and reflected on the meaning of waiting.
Cultural legacy of Mad Men explored in new book
The book, co-edited by London Met’s Dr Karen McNally, explores the political and cultural issues raised by the show.
EVENT: The Orrery - Musarc Winter Konsert at LCMF
Saturday 7 December 2019
Annual performance by architectural choir/ research group based at The Cass will form part of the London Contemporary Music Festival.
Destiny Ekharaga finds success at the end of the f***ing world
Director and Cass alumna directs the second half of series two of the acclaimed drama.
New Play by Cass Creative Writing Alumna to open at Bunker Theatre
3 to 21 December 2019
Creative Writing and English Literature graduate Matilda Ibini's play 'Little Miss Burden' is a coming-of-age story with a difference.
What’s Clearing actually like?
A first-hand account of a student going through the Clearing process, and how it changed their life
Cass Foundation Show 2019
24-31 May 2019
Annual exhibition of student work promises to surprise, delight and break new ground and includes roof top structures.
The Creativity of Difference
Wednesday 1 May 2019, 6pm
Inaugural professorial lecture by Dr. Jos Boys.
Cass Summer Shows 2019 – dates announced
Students from The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design showcase their talent with a season of summer events.
Student vs Google
Cass Foundation students test their creativity against search engine giant's algorithms
New Creative Writing Short Courses Starting at The Cass
Creative Writing courses lead by published authors to prepare budding writers for a career in writing.