Drama Students The Atrium, Cardiff

The Cardiff School of Creative & Cultural Industries is located at ATRiuM, a multi-million pound facility at the centre of a modern, lively city.

Opened in September 2007, ATRiuM is an architectural icon that boasts all of the facilites and technologies that you would expect to find in a 21st century creative industries faculty. This provides a platform for an eclectic mix of teaching and research in the theory and practice of media, design and the arts. http://cci.glam.ac.uk/campus/

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