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National Theatre of Scotland’s latest location production The Dawn: 306 has finally come to a close. As part of a partnership between NTS and the Scottish Drama Training Network (SDTN), six students from Perth College UHI were invited to work on the set of the world premiere production The students, who are studying Technical Theatre at Perth College UHI, worked with the […]

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Last night, Sunday 12 June, the 14th annual Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland were held at the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh. The awards were guest hosted by Daniela Nardini and Sanjeev Kohli and celebrated a year’s worth of incredible theatre in Scotland. The Scottish Drama Training Network were proud to be sponsoring the award for Best […]

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On Friday 10 June 2016 the Scottish Drama Training Network visited Dundee Rep Theatre as part of the 2016 SDTN Graduate Training Programme. Students past and present from Dundee and Angus College attended a day of workshops followed by a performance of Much Ado About Nothing.  SDTN Technical Theatre Skills Officer Abigail McMillan delivered the first […]

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The Scottish Drama Training Network held the first of our 2016 Graduate Training Events at the Tron Theatre, Glasgow on Wednesday 25 May 2016. We invited theatre critic Mark Fisher to deliver a workshop based around his book The Edinburgh Fringe Survival Guide and our Technical Theatre Skills Officer Abigail McMillan delivered a workshop for […]

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The Scottish Drama Training Network are pleased to announce that this year we will be sponsoring the award for Best Male Performance at the Critic’s Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS). The awards, now in their 14th year, are organised annually and awarded by the theatre critics of Scotland to celebrate the best Scottish theatre achievements in the […]

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During our  Glasgow Graduate Training Event on Wednesday 25 May, students will have the opportunity to meet Creative Director of the Tron Theatre Andy Arnold. Andy Arnold was appointed to the post of Artistic Director of the Tron Theatre in 2008 following a long stint at the Arches Theatre in Glasgow – a theatre company and […]

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We are really excited to announce that one of Scotland’s foremost commentators on the arts Mark Fisher, is set to deliver a workshop based on his book The Edinburgh Fringe Survival Guide as part of the Scottish Drama Training Network Graduate Training Programme 2016. Mark has written about theatre in Scotland since the late-1980s, contributing theatre reviews, interviews, […]

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The SDTN Conference 2016: Innovation and Creativity will be held at the Edinburgh Festival Hub on Thursday 29 September. As part of this year’s inspiring line up, SDTN have the privilege of an exclusive screening of short film Avarita. Directed by QMU’s Walid Salhab and produced by Robert Welsh and Roslyn Campbell this stunning piece of work […]

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The Scottish Drama Training Network are pleased to introduce our newly appointed Network Development Officer, Laura Gregson. Laura will be responsible for the development of the network through a range of events and communications and will be a point of contact for the SDTN. The first event that she will be working on is our […]

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A summary from Technical Theatre Symposium 2016 Macrobert Arts Centre, 11 March 2016 Summary of Discussions and Feedback Around 54 delegates from Colleges, Higher Education Institutions, Scottish Schools and the Theatre Industry attended a day long Symposium facilitated by the Scottish Drama Training Network. Read a report of the day on our Events pages:  http://sdtn.org/events/

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