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Scottish Youth Theatre is offering a five-week course for young people aged 15-25. It will allow participants to gain experience in the key aspects of behind-the-scenes theatre production, through a series of specialist skills workshops and by working closely with professional technical and design staff. Click here to download an information sheet.

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Scottish Drama Training Network Annual Conference: Signposts & Journeys Thursday 3 May saw  the second annual conference of the Scottish Drama Training Network, hosted this year by the University of the West of Scotland's Ayr Campus. We'll be posting coverage of the event to the website very soon.

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Event: 6pm, Friday 4th May 2012 Kings College Conference Centre, University of Aberdeen http://www.abdn.ac.uk/directorscut The University of Aberdeen invites you to hear Duncan Heath on The Director's Cut, a series of talks featuring leading and innovative filmmakers and broadcasters.  This discussion on 'the art of the deal' will include an audience Q&A, followed by a […]

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The best in emerging Scottish screen industries talent were recognised by BAFTA in Scotland at a glittering awards ceremony held at Oran Mor in Glasgow. The 4th annual New Talent Awards, sponsored by Channel 4 and Creative Scotland, recognised the future shining stars of Scotland’s moving image industries. Hosted by Scottish author and broadcaster Muriel […]

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From the 11th to 15th June 2012, Scotland will be hosting The Festival of Dangerous Ideas in various venues throughout the country.  The Festival aims to re-establish the importance of dangerous ideas as agents of change in education – to shift the axis of what is possible! During the week-long festival, in conjunction with Creative […]

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The University of The West Of Scotland is taking part in an innovative UK-wide project as part of the London 2012 Festival celebrating the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.   A Hansel of Film – Shetland to Southampton and Back is a relay of screenings of short films made by the public in each […]

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The Space Between Words (Extended Cut) University of the West of Scotland (UWS) Contemporary Screen Acting students have won three prestigious FilmG awards at a ceremony at Glasgow’s Fruitmarket Gallery on 10 March 2012. The students’ film, An Aite Eader na Facail (The Space Between Words), picked up awards for Best Director, Best Drama, and […]

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Attention all Network members: school, college and university teachers, specialist tutors and practitioners! Full information and details of  the following events will be published here in the very near future.  If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Alison Forsyth directly by emailing alison@sdtn.org  or telephoning  0141 270 8395. Save these dates! […]

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Once a Catholic by Mary O'Malley is a rip-roaring comedy about the rebellious pupils from the Convent of Our Lady of Fatima in London as they experience the trials and tribulations of sexual awakening, coming to terms with their religion and living in the era of the rock ‘n’ roll 50s.  It will be performed […]

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