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Students graduating from DaDA funded courses comprise a high percentage of all new entrants to the British performing arts industry.

Without a DaDA, many prospective students would be unable to afford to train to the standard required by the industry, and the profession would lose a large number of highly talented young people at a time when it has an increasingly important contribution to make to the cultural life of the country.


A sustained policy of DaDA funding has lead to 18 years of unparalleled artistic and economic success.


Laine Theatre Arts - Brian Slater 
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