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The Primetime Emmy Awards saluted excellence in national primetime programming once again this year and America’s most successful premium television company HBO picked up 2 awards for its epic series, ‘Game of Thrones’.  Reid Kerr College student Daniel Porter has been riding high on the programme’s success since he landed his own primetime role in […]

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The Scottish Drama Training Network is a Scottish Funding Council initiative and has been set up to provide enhancement for Scotland’s  Colleges and the five Higher Education institutions that deliver courses in any of the following: Acting, Contemporary Performance Practice, Musical Theatre, Technical Theatre Skills, Film, Television and Radio. The SDTN is expanding its activities […]

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The second Annual Conference of the Scottish Drama Training Network  will take place at the new Ayr campus of the University of the West of Scotland on Thursday 3rd May 2012. Coach transport will be available for delegates. Please keep checking back to the SDTN website for further information as it becomes available.

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A new and unique arts and entertainment company is thriving thanks to it’s talented founder Alison Sinclair.  The former Technical Theatre graduate from Reid Kerr College in Paisley launched her business idea this summer and very quickly she realised that her unique blend of mixing art with theatre would become a huge success with children.  […]

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By Screen Academy Scotland Screen Academy Scotland are delighted to offer special holiday discounts on five of our most popular professional short courses starting in January 2012. In order to get the discounts you will need to register on the Screen Academy website and book your course by January 6th 2012. Have a lovely Christmas […]

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Last week saw the first recording run through of the TV Studios at the University Of The West Of Scotland‘s new 80 million pound campus in Ayr.  The two state-of-the-art HD studios boast Green Screen Technology, Autocue, and top of the range sound and editing facilities. There is space for large scale productions such as […]

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Pictured: FilmG workshop participants, Alex Grubba and Innes Strachan getting ready for action! The annual Network workshop association with Film G continues and we had an excellent day’s work with Gaelic speaking students on the Television Course at Sabhal Mor Ostaig, the Gaelic Language and Culture College based on the Isle of Skye. The 22 […]

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Drama Teacher's Forum End of November and the Christmas season is almost upon us!  We have been out and about with various workshops in Edinburgh, Skye and Glasgow.  (Remember we are able to organise the workshop of your choice – created  to suit  your needs and those of your students  –  and bring it to […]

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By the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (Click for brochure) The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland now offers – right across dance, drama, music, production and screen – four key ways to engage with young people and adult learners:   Weekly Classes – mainly at evenings and weekends and from four weeks to 32 weeks in duration […]

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