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, winner of Into Film’s Educator of the Year Award, director, writer and actor Rishi Trikha, who's been a 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.
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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.
Theatre and Performance - BA (Hons)
Build performance skills through acting, study how theatre is influenced and shaped by society and gain insight into how theatre can be an agent of change.
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News and success stories from our entertainment courses
London Met photography student selected as Carte Blanche student laureate
Mina Boromond, who is in her final year of London Met’s Photography BA, was one of only four students in Europe whose work will be shown at a major Paris exhibition.
London Met photography students shortlisted for industry award
The work of Photography BA students Mina Boromand and Kasia Kowalska were recognised in the Association of Photographers Student Awards.
Debut poetry collection to be published from celebrated alumna
Warsan Shire’s new work, Bless the Daughter Raised by a Voice in Her Head, will be published 3 March 2022.
Ecology as Public and Mental Health
A discussion as part of London Met’s new interdisciplinary research initiative, Finding Ecologies, explores how we create environments in which we and others can flourish.
London Met Theatre grad Simon Phillips is the star and co-screenwriter of major new film.
Echoes in time
London Met's graduating Theatre Arts students will deliver an online theatre festival on 13, 14 and 15 May 2021, streaming live from Shoreditch Town Hall.
Irish Writers in London Summer School returns for 25th year
The Summer School, taking place in June 2021, provides an informal but informed setting for participants to read and discuss contemporary Irish literature.
Film grad showcases work at Film Festival
CUPBOARDS, a poetry film by recent graduate Tamanna Jahan, was shown at the Zebra Poetry Film Festival in Berlin.
London Met alum takes lead in Netflix's 'Dead Places'
Performing Arts BA graduate Anthony Oseyemi plays the starring role of Will Stone in the supernatural Netflix series.
An academic difference: value of London Met Theatre and Performance degrees highlighted by the Stage
A new report looks at how London Met's theatre and performance courses create future leaders, and the value that theatre degrees can offer students over traditional drama schools.
Going global: the benefits of remote learning
For students studying on Journalism degrees at London Met, the pandemic has opened up a whole world of opportunity, allowing them to report eye-witness stories from all over the globe.
On International Women's Day, Dr Karen McNally explores how Hollywood is revisiting its business model, practices and space as a marker of 21st century American culture.
London Met lecturer publishes first poetry collection
tempo 4/4 by Dr Piero Toto explores the limits of existence, the relationship with poetry and the impossibility of giving oneself to the Other.
Grace Jones: a short story
As part of Black History 365, we share an extract of an award-winning story by London Met alumna Irenosen Okojie which explores the experience of being Black and African in London.