Hit The Road: Review

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Four young friends take a road trip to the beach, but their journey takes a darker turn.

Not a bad early effort at all from these Trinity St. David’s Acting students, Hit The Road shows real writing promise that belies the low production values.

The four characters are set up efficiently and economically early on, with only a few shots giving insight into who these people are. Having been written by actual young people, there’s a naturalism to their characters, and common yoof clichés are (for the most part) avoided. The narrative unfolds nicely, as the darker shades of the story reveal themselves, leading to a heartbreaking finale that’s unexpected, yet not incongruous.



Watch it here.


91% of UWTSD’s BA Acting students agreed that their course has provided them with opportunities to apply what they have learnt – NSS 2017.

BA Acting is an innovative and exciting programme designed for students who aspire to a career in the performance industry. The degree balances vocational actor training, contextual study and the creative exploration of performance theory. The range of transferable and presentational skills on offer could be applied in a variety of employment contexts.


BA Acting

A practical course training the actors of tomorrow.

The BA Acting degree has been designed to develop your skills so that you graduate as industry-ready professionals. To do so, you will collaborate with theatre professionals from different disciplines creating an extremely encouraging and supportive environment in which students can safely experiment.

Exploring practical performance skills, developing connections with industry professionals and fostering entrepreneurship is at the heart of this training.


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