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BA (Hons) Costume Production

Throughout your studies, you will have the opportunity to develop the key professional, transferable skills for employability in the creative industries and work in partnership with other sectors locally, nationally or internationally.

<p dir="ltr">Nestled near the renowned Theatre Royal Plymouth, students enjoy exclusive insights into theatre productions and behind-the-scenes tours. Delve deeper with masterclasses led by industry experts in prop making, millinery, and costume design, enriching your skill set with hands-on experience. To expand your experience, you will also visit events such as TheatreCraft, an offstage theatre careers event in London, and performances including opera, ballet, drama and musicals.</p> <p dir="ltr">Our strong international connections allow our students to take a semester of study with one of our partner institutions within Europe and North America. </p> <p dir="ltr">As a student here, you will opportunities to work with brands and companies such as National Trust, Netflix, Soapbox Children's Theatre, The Box, Trigger Productions Ltd, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Prague Quadrennial.</p> <p dir="ltr">Upon graduating, our students have become <strong>Costume Assistants (Film &amp; TV), Prop Makers, Costume Interpreters, Designers, Milliners, Stylists, Buyers, Costume Supervisors, Theatrical Milliners</strong> and <strong>Heritage Professionals</strong>.</p>

Our Graduates

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Jerry Moore is an experienced costumier, having created costumes for theatre, film and TV, including working on BBC's Poldark and Book of Mormon. He is a specialist in pattern cutting and tailoring. He has been a lecturer on Arts University Plymouth's BA (Hons) Costume Production programme since September 2018. He teaches on the programme's prop making, interdisciplinary studies and professional practice modules. Jerry has also run our Short Courses in Pattern Cutting here at the university since 2016. Since 2010, Jerry has also worked for Theatre Royal Plymouth's Wardrobe Department. During his time there he has worked on such productions as Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty, Wicked for Det Ny Teater in Denmark, and Love Never Dies, also for Denmark. He also works as a freelance Costume Tailor/Costumier, and has worked on a range of theatre, film and TV productions, including Book of Mormon (West End), working as costume designer and Head Of Department for The Ghost Ship (film directed by Robert Young), as well as working as the Children's Tailor for brooding BBC drama Poldark (Series 2 Episode 5). Jerry studied BA (Hons) Costume Production and Associated Crafts and MA Entrepreneurship for Creative Practice, both here at Arts University Plymouth.

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