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Former Queen Alexandra College (QAC) performing arts student Calum recently featured in an episode of BBC drama series ‘Doctors’ which aired on Monday 15 March 2021.
Calum, who joined the College as a Preparation for Life (PFL) student before moving on to study Performing Arts with QAC between 2014 and 2017, starred as Wayne ‘Wayneboy’ Jackson in the episode.
Calum had a great time filming and the TV crew and director gave him a big cheer and a round of applause when he completed his last take.
On completion of his performing arts programme at QAC, Calum studied acting at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in connection with Access All Areas Theatre Company.
Calum hopes to get more TV and Film work in the future through VisABLE People agency, who specialise in representing disabled actors.
QAC is a national residential College and Charity that supports a diverse range of student abilities and needs. Based in Birmingham, the College provides education, training and routes to independent living and employment.
QAC Sight Village, the UK’s leading exhibitions for blind and partially sighted people, welcomes Deafblind UK as sponsors of their 2023 events.
Queen Alexandra College has been placed number 4 in the Top 100 Most Inclusive Workplaces Index 2022 at the National Centre for Diversity (NCfD) FREDIE Awards.
Students enrolled on Queen Alexandra College’s Supported Internship programme, Abdullah, Charlotte and Joe, have all been offered job roles at HSBC – achieving their long-term goal of gaining paid employment!