Category: Graduate Training Programme

Excitement levels rose up on Monday (19.06) as our graduate ensemble- The Network- had its induction day at Edinburgh College (Granton Campus).  This was a time to both have fun and to do some creative work. In the morning the Network received information packs and had the chance to meet everyone from the creative and […]

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Auditions and recalls – It’s been a busy couple of months….. So the graduate ensemble project is moving on apace, and following the script development workshop sessions with director Mark Thomson, the colleges and universities in SDTN’s Network were invited to nominate HND2 and final year degree students for the Graduate Production Ensemble auditions. The […]

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In January 2017 SDTN launched an exciting new Graduate Pathways initiative for students from our Network of Colleges and Higher Education Institutions across Scotland. This initiative aims to provide an industry standard work experience for students who will be graduating in 2017, either from HND2 or degree programmes. Over the next six months SDTN will […]

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Press Release Leading Scottish Theatre Director and popular Edinburgh Festival Fringe venue back Scottish Drama Training Network’s new Graduate Training Programme The Scottish Drama Training Network (SDTN) and Pleasance Theatre Trust today announce a new initiative to support Acting, Performance and Technical Theatre graduates from Scotland’s Colleges and Higher Education Institutions as they make the […]

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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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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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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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