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WEEKLY CLASSES, EVENING COURSES, SHORT STUDIES AND AUDITION PREPARATION COURSES FOR CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULTS

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DANCE | DRAMA | MUSIC | PRODUCTION | FILM


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We are consistently ranked in the world’s top 10 for performing arts education (QS World Rankings 2016-18)

people took part in a Lifelong Learning course in 2016-17

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FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

Drama Explore your creativity Dance Explore movement Music Make some noise

FOR ADULTS

Drama Expand your horizons Dance Find your rhythm Music Lead the way Production Go behind the scenes Film Tell your story Audition and Interview Prep Ready for the next step? Summer Schools and the Junior Conservatoire

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland has been ranked as one of the world’s top 10 institutions for performing arts education for the past three years.* We pride ourselves on delivering the highest quality of education in all of our programmes, including the 165 courses offered through the centre for Lifelong Learning.

Terms and Conditions *QS World Rankings 2016, 2017, 2018

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CREATIVE LEARNING FOR LIFE Why study at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland?

Inclusive and diverse We are proud of our commitment to fair access across all of our courses. The majority of Lifelong Learning courses are open access, require no previous training, and are designed to support students from a diverse range of backgrounds with varying levels of experience and skills.

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Learn in one of the world’s top 10 conservatoires, renowned for the quality of its education

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Be taught by inspiring tutors with years of industry experience

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Study in state-of-the-art facilities

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Explore your creativity and stretch your imagination

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Learn new skills and techniques

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Increase your confidence

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Meet like-minded people and make new friends

Financial support

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Get a head start in your performing and production arts education

We offer bursary and scholarship support, as well as a range of other promotional offers, to ensure that as many people as possible can access our courses.

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Learn in the only conservatoire in Europe to offer training in all of the performing and production arts

Unless otherwise stated, all prices are for a full course and can be paid in instalments.

Additional Support Needs We welcome students with additional learning and support needs. All of our facilities are accessible and wherever possible our Lifelong Learning team try to make adjustments to courses in order to support individual learning requirements.

The Centre for Lifelong Learning offers a fun and inspiring programme for all ages – children, young people and adults. Join us for weekly classes, evening courses, specialist short studies, audition and interview preparation courses, as well as a wide range of performing and production arts summer schools.

For further information visit: rcs.ac.uk/lifelong/financialsupport

Find out more For more detailed information on all of the courses in this brochure, please visit rcs.ac.uk/lifelong or, if you have a specific enquiry, please contact us at lifelong@rcs.ac.uk or 0141 270 8213.

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Drama for Young People

DRAMA FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: EXPLORE YOUR CREATIVITY


WEEKLY CLASSES At the weekends, young learners take part in a distinctive programme of drama, dance, musical theatre and filmmaking courses that are both fun and great for boosting confidence and making friends. Our experienced staff are dedicated to providing a creative learning experience that not only improves confidence and skills, but also challenges you to understand the world through engaging in creative processes.

Term 1: Sat 8 Sep–Sun 16 Dec 2018 (excluding 13/14 and 20/21 Oct) Term 2: Sat 12 Jan–Sun 24 Mar 2019 (excluding 9/10 Feb) Term 3: Sat 20 Apr–Sun 23 Jun 2019 (excluding 25/26 May)

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“Every Saturday I am excited to learn more and see my friends. Coming here is definitely one of the best decisions of my life!” Weekly drama student 2017–18


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EARLY YEARS AND PRIMARY 1–7 Drama for ages 3–4

Musical Theatre for Primary 1–2

Saturdays 10am–11am or Sundays 10am–11am £265

Saturdays 10.45am–12.15pm £420

Drama for Primary 1–2 Saturdays 9am–10.30am or Sundays 11.15am–12.45pm £420

Drama for Primary 3–4

Musical Theatre for Primary 3–4 Saturdays 10.45am–12.15pm £420

Musical Theatre for Primary 5–7 Saturdays 1.45pm–3.45pm £560

Saturdays 9am–10.30am or Sundays 11.15am–12.45pm £420

Saturdays 11am–1pm £560

Please note: Prices are for a full year (32 weeks) and can be paid in instalments.

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Drama for Primary 5–7


SATURDAY DRAMA SECONDARY 1–6 IN THE MORNINGS

Morning classes focus on developing fundamental skills that help you to explore a variety of ideas and topics, and to communicate stories effectively.

Drama for Secondary 1–2 Saturdays 10am–12noon £560

Drama for Secondary 3–4 Saturdays 10am–12noon £560

Drama for Secondary 5–6 Saturdays 10am–12noon £560

Filmmaking for Secondary 1–6 Saturdays 10am–12noon £560

Dance Theatre for Secondary 1–6 Saturdays 10am–12noon £560

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Our Saturday drama classes for teenagers are a one-of-a-kind and highly practical way to learn your craft. The mornings are spent learning core skills, whilst afternoon classes allow you to apply these skills to real projects. You can opt to take classes in drama, dance, musical theatre and filmmaking, and can come to either the mornings, the afternoons, or all day.

IN THE AFTERNOONS

Afternoon classes give you the chance to delve into specialist areas and offer the opportunity to work towards a shared performance or short film.

Acting Saturdays 1pm–4pm £820

Musical Theatre Saturdays 1pm–4pm £820

Contemporary Performance Saturdays 1–4pm £820

Acting and Film Saturdays 1–4pm £820

Young Theatre Company for ages 16–21 Thursdays 6.30–8.30pm For students looking for a more challenging drama class, the Young Theatre Company offers further skills development, as well as performing opportunities throughout the year. Please note, students must audition for entry into the Company. £820 Please note: Prices are for a full year (32 weeks) and can be paid in instalments.


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SHORT STUDY These short, intensive drama courses offer you the chance to learn from an industry professional. Each course is self-contained and does not require any previous knowledge or experience.

Acting: Shakespeare for ages 12–17 Saturday 13–Sunday 14 October 2018 10am–5pm £140

Acting: Contemporary for ages 12–17 Saturday 9–Sunday 10 February 2019 10am–5pm £140

Acting: Auditions for ages 12–17 Sunday 24 February 2019 10am–5pm £85

Students aged 16+ can also attend our adult drama and filmmaking courses.

Acting: For Screen for ages 12–17 Saturday 13–Sunday 14 April 2019 10am–5pm £140

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Dance for Young People

DANCE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: EXPLORE MOVEMENT


WEEKLY CLASSES Delivered in partnership with

The internationally-recognised RAD series of graded exams offer young dancers a way to develop their creative and technical skills, and increase their physical fitness. Students receive expert guidance in our state-of-the-art ballet studios. Students also have the opportunity to be presented for exams in June 2019, at an additional cost. RAD uniforms are not compulsory for weekly classes but are required for exams. They can be viewed and purchased directly from the RAD website: royalacademyofdance.org

Term 1: Sat 8 Sep–Fri 14 Dec 2018 (excluding 13–19 Oct) Term 2: Sat 12 Jan–Fri 29 Mar 2019 (excluding 9–15 Feb) Term 3: Sat 27 Apr–Sat 15 Jun 2019 (excluding 25 May)

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“The course is ideal for young people serious about technique and improvement in ballet skills. It’s great fun to be with friends who all love dance.” Ballet student 2017


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Pre-Primary

Grade 3

Saturdays 9.15am–10am £285

Thursdays 7pm–8pm or Saturdays 2pm–3pm £365

Primary

Grade 4

Saturdays 10am–11am £365

Thursdays 7pm–8pm or Saturdays 3pm–4pm £365

Grade 1 Thursdays 6pm–7pm or Saturdays 11am–12noon £365

Intermediate Foundation Wednesdays 6.45pm–8.15pm or Fridays 5pm–6.30pm £470

Grade 2 Thursdays 5pm–6pm or Saturdays 12noon–1pm £365

Intermediate

Please note: Prices are for a full year (30 weeks) and can be paid in instalments.

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Lifelong Learning

Wednesdays 5pm–6.30pm or Fridays 6.45pm–8.15pm £470


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Music for Young People

MUSIC FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: MAKE SOME NOISE


EARLY YEARS MUSIC A multi-sensory, hands-on learning experience for children aged 1 to Primary 3. These early years programmes offer the opportunity to experience music education at Scotland’s national conservatoire through musicianship classes and one-to-one lessons. They may be beneficial to children hoping to progress onto the Pre-Junior and Junior Conservatoire of Music (see page 40).

Induction Day: Sun 2 Sep 2018 Come along to find out more about classes, meet your tutors and try out an instrument.

Music for age 1 Sundays 11.15am–12noon £265

Music for age 2 Sundays 12.15pm–1pm or 1pm–1.45pm £265

Music for age 3 Sundays 1.15pm–2pm or 2.30pm–3.15pm £265

Music for age 4 Sundays 11am–11.45am or 12noon–12.45pm £265

Music for Primary 1 Sundays 12noon–12.45pm or 1pm–1.45pm or 2pm–2.45pm £265

Music for Primary 2 Sundays 1pm–1.45pm or 2.15pm–3pm £265

Music for Primary 3 Sundays 11am–11.45am or 12noon–12.45pm or 2.15pm–3pm £265

Term 1: Sun 9 Sep–Sun 16 Dec 2018 (excluding 14 and 21 Oct) Term 2: Sun 13 Jan–Sun 24 Mar 2019 (excluding 10 Feb) Term 3: Sun 28 Apr–Sun 16 Jun 2019 (excluding 26 May)

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One-to-one Music Tuition Students taking part in the above music classes can also book 30 minute one-to-one instrumental tuition sessions in violin, cello, double bass or piano. £790

Please note: Prices are for a full year (30 weeks) and can be paid in instalments.


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AGES 12-17 ABRSM Aural Training Grades 5-6 or Grades 7-8

Aspiring Conductor for ages 12–17

Tuesdays 6pm–7pm 18 September–30 October 2018 or 8 January–19 February 2019 £75

Sunday 27 January 2019 10am–5pm £80 (performer) £45 (observer)

ABRSM Grade 5 Music Theory Tuesdays 7.15pm–8.45pm 18 September–30 October 2018 or 8 January–19 February 2019 £150 Please note: the cost of taking the exam is included in the tuition fee.

Students aged 16+ are also able to attend our adult short study courses.

Grade 5 Music Theory student 2017

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“This was a very informative course and has helped me greatly improve my music theory knowledge. The tutor was excellent.”


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Drama for Adults

DRAMA FOR ADULTS: EXPAND YOUR HORIZONS


WEEKLY CLASSES Our programme of weekly classes for adults aged 16+ includes a variety of courses suitable for everyone – from complete beginners to experienced performers who aspire to continue to study drama at higher education level. Whether you wish to improve your general characterisation and performance skills, or are looking to learn a new specialism such as acting for camera or scriptwriting, our regular weekly classes will help you learn and improve at your own pace.

Term 1: Tue 11 Sep–Thu 13 Dec 2018 (excluding 16–18 Oct) Term 2: Tue 15 Jan–Thu 28 Mar 2019 (excluding 12–14 Feb) Term 3: Tue 23 Apr–Thu 20 Jun 2019

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“A tremendous learning experience like no other – a true taste of the hands-on approach at the Royal Conservatoire.” Acting: Contemporary student 2018


Drama for Adults

Drama for Beginners

Introduction to Acting for Camera

Wednesdays 6.30pm–8.30pm £560

Wednesdays 6pm–9pm 10 October–12 December 2018 or 16 January–20 March 2019 £255 (per block)

Acting 1 Wednesdays 6pm–9pm £820

Acting for Camera: Professional Practice

Acting 2 Tuesdays 6pm–9pm £820

Wednesdays 6pm–9pm 17 April–19 June 2019 £255

Performance Company

Introduction to Scriptwriting

Thursdays 6pm–9pm £820

Thursdays 6.30pm–8.30pm 17 January-21 March 2019 £175

Third Age Theatre Company (ages 55+) Sundays 1.30pm–3.30pm £560

Scriptwriting 2

Introduction to Actor Training

If you want to study acting at conservatoire level, Introduction to Actor Training is a year-long course where you can benefit from access to all of the facilities, resources and teaching expertise at Scotland’s national conservatoire. It offers the opportunity to gain credits towards further qualifications, and allows you to see what studying drama at higher education level involves. For more information please see rcs.ac.uk/itat

Thursdays 6.30pm–8.30pm 18 April–20 June 2019 £175

SCQF level 6, 20 credits

Please note: Prices are for a full year (32 weeks) and can be paid in instalments.

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Sundays 10.30am–4.30pm 9 September 2018–26 May 2019 £1890 (30 weeks) NB This course is by audition only.


SHORT STUDY

DID YOU KNOW?

We also run acting, musical theatre and contemporary performance practice audition preparation courses. See page 38 for more information.

From accents and voice, to stage fighting and physical theatre, these short, specialist courses offer an insight into specific areas and are a chance to develop your knowledge and experience. Introduction to Accents and Dialects

Acting: For Screen Saturday 27–Sunday 28 April 2019 10am–5pm £140

Saturday 15 September 2018 10am–5pm £80

Introduction to Drama

Acting: Shakespeare

Sunday 23 June 2019 10am–5pm £80

Saturday 3–Sunday 4 November 2018 10am–5pm £140

Physical Theatre Sunday 10 February 2019 10am–5pm £80

Introduction to Dramatherapy Saturday 2–Sunday 3 March 2019 10am–5pm £140

Acting: Contemporary Saturday 9–Sunday 10 March 2019 10am–5pm £140

Stage Fighting Saturday 13 April 2019 10am–5pm £80

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Students are welcome to attend any of The Actor’s Voice courses with no previous experience, however attending more than one of the weekends can be beneficial and help you build on your technique.

The Actor’s Voice: Autumn Saturday 13–Sunday 14 October 2018 10am–5pm £140

The Actor’s Voice: Spring Saturday 16–Sunday 17 February 2019 10am–5pm £140

The Actor’s Voice: Summer Saturday 11–Sunday 12 May 2019 10am–5pm £140

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BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE (BSL) COURSES

Delivered in partnership with

In partnership with Solar Bear theatre company, we offer BSL courses for people who want to explore different ways of communicating. Some courses are suitable for BSL beginners and some may be of interest to those considering applying to the BA Performance in BSL and English programme at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland – the only course of its kind in Europe. An introduction to Signing Styles and Text through Performance Saturday 9–Sunday 10 February 2019 10am–5pm £140

Introduction to BSL Tuesdays 6pm–7pm 15 January–19 March 2019 or 16 April–18 June 2019 £90

Integrating BSL and English Saturday 25–Sunday 26 May 2019 10am–5pm £140

Get involved All Lifelong Learning courses can be accessed by D/deaf students but the courses on this page have been specifically designed to reflect the work of the BA Performance in BSL and English programme. If you are D/deaf or hard of hearing and interested in drama we would love to invite you into the rehearsal room to observe our BA Performance students at work. To organise a visit please contact: c.lamont@rcs.ac.uk

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DANCE FOR ADULTS: FIND YOUR RHYTHM “The facilities and the teaching staff were fantastic, they are so supportive and push to get the best out of you. I feel stronger and more confident.” Contemporary Dance student 2016-17

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WEEKLY CLASS

SHORT STUDY

Contemporary Dance

Introduction to Choreography

Wednesdays 6.30pm - 8.30pm £560

Saturday 27–Sunday 28 April 2019 10am–5pm £140

This class is for aspiring dancers who are interested in exploring contemporary concepts and styles, whilst improving their technical skills.

Taught by an experienced choreographer this short, specialist course offers a chance to develop your experience and deepen your understanding of choreography techniques.

Term 1: Wed 12 Sep - Wed 12 Dec 2018 (excluding 17 Oct)

Term 3: Wed 24 Apr - Wed 19 Jun 2019 Please note: Prices are for a full year (32 weeks) and can be paid in instalments.

DID YOU KNOW?

We offer dance summer schools rcs.ac.uk/summer

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Term 2: Wed 16 Jan - Wed 27 Mar 2019 (excluding 13 Feb)


MUSIC FOR ADULTS: LEAD THE WAY “An excellent opportunity to develop conducting skills, with the support of a highly knowledgeable, experienced and inspirational tutor.” Conducting Skills: Intermediate student 2018

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SHORT STUDY

Introduction to Alexander Technique

Taught by renowned practitioners, these courses offer musicians and conductors the opportunity to explore techniques within the Royal Conservatoire’s prestigious School of Music.

The Mindful Musician

Saturday 3 November 2018 10am–5pm £80 Sunday 10 March 2019 10am–5pm £80

Conducting Skills: Intermediate Saturday 16–Sunday 17 February 2019 10am–5pm £140 (participant) £75 (observer)

Alexander Technique for Performance Saturday 2–Sunday 3 March 2019 10am–5pm £140

Introduction to Sitar

We also run music audition preparation courses. See page 39 for more information.

Wednesdays 6.30pm-8.30pm 10 October–12 December 2018 or 16 January–20 March 2019 £175 (per block)

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Production for Adults

PRODUCTION FOR ADULTS: GO BEHIND THE SCENES


SHORT STUDY Go behind the scenes at the Royal Conservatoire and find out what skills you need to stage a great production. From set design to pyrotechnics, lighting to costume, these courses will develop your knowledge within each of the technical and design production areas that work together to create memorable and inventive theatre sets. To find out more about our Production Arts and Design and Production Technology and Management degree programmes, see our website and come to an open day: rcs.ac.uk

DID YOU KNOW?

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“A great first step for anyone curious about the field. This course provides an insight into the skills needed and there are loads of chances to ask questions.� Introduction to Sound student 2018

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Production for Adults

Pyrotechnics Awareness

Introduction to Sound

Saturday 6 October 2018 10am–5pm £170

Saturday 6–Sunday 7 April 2019 10am–5pm £140

Introduction to Stage Make-up

Introduction to Stage Management

Saturday 27–Sunday 28 October 2018 10am–5pm £160

Saturday 13–Sunday 14 April 2019 10am–5pm £150

Introduction to Lighting

Introduction to Scenic Art

Saturday 12–Sunday 13 January 2019 10am–5pm £140

Introduction to Prop-making Saturday 19–Sunday 20 January 2019 10am–5pm £150

Introduction to Set and Costume Design

Saturday 4–Sunday 5 May 2019 10am–5pm £150

Introduction to Costume Saturday 18–Sunday 19 May 2019 10am–5pm £150

Saturday 16–Sunday 17 February 2019 10am–5pm £150

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Film for Adults

FILM FOR ADULTS: TELL YOUR STORY


WEEKLY CLASSES These ten-week courses run in three independent blocks and focus on the key stages of filmmaking. By attending all three courses, students can take an original idea from script development all the way through to a finished, edited film. You can also choose to study only one or two blocks depending on your experience and interest.

Introduction to Filmmaking: Story Development Wednesdays 6.30pm–8.30pm 10 October–12 December 2018 £175

Introduction to Filmmaking: Shooting Scenes Wednesdays 6.30pm–8.30pm 16 January–20 March 2019 £175

Introduction to Filmmaking: Editing Wednesdays 6.30pm–8.30pm 17 April–19 June 2019 £175

“Forget everything you thought you knew about writing for film and television and learn the inside track.” Introduction to Screenwriting student 2017

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Our ten-week screenwriting courses support aspiring writers to realise their ideas as they are guided through the process of developing and refining a script. Introduction to Screenwriting Tuesdays 6.30pm–8.30pm 9 October–11 December 2018 £175

Screenwriting 2 Tuesdays 6.30pm–8.30pm 15 January–19 March 2019 £175

Comedy Writing Tuesdays 6.30pm–8.30pm 16 April–18 June 2019 £175

Film Company Tuesdays 6.30pm–8.30pm 9 October–11 December 2018 15 January–19 March 2019 16 April–18 June 2019 £175 (per block) For people with some filmmaking experience, these ten-week courses will cover a full production process, from pitch through to shooting and editing a finished film. You will work together with other students in the class to form a company and gain hands-on experience of different roles. This Company will challenge you creatively, and allow you to improve your existing skills or try something new.

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SHORT STUDY Get an introduction to the basics of shooting a scene or writing a screenplay in a weekend and start telling your story.

Shoot a Film Scene Saturday 13–Sunday 14 October 2018 10am–5pm £140

Introduction to Screenwriting Saturday 22–Sunday 23 June 2019 10am–5pm £140

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AUDITION AND INTERVIEW PREP: READY FOR THE NEXT STEP? FOR AGES 16+

These courses are designed to prepare applicants for auditions and interviews, and offer advice for succeeding on the big day.

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Students will be guided through the process of selecting and practising audition pieces or preparing a portfolio for presentation. These courses prepare students specifically for audition or interview at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, but they provide skills and experience transferable to other contexts.

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CONTEMPORARY PERFORMANCE

Acting Audition: Choosing your Monologues Saturday 20–Sunday 21 October 2018 10am–5pm £160

Contemporary Performance Practice Audition Preparation

Acting Audition: Preparing your Monologues

Thursday 8, 15 and 22 November 2018 6.30pm–8.30pm £85

Saturday 17–Sunday 18 November 2018 10am–5pm £160

Acting Audition: Taking Direction Saturday 1–Sunday 2 December 2018 10am–5pm £160

Acting Audition: Mock Audition Saturday 12–Sunday 13 January 2019 10am–5pm £160 Sunday 24 February 2019 10am–5pm £85

Sunday 25 November 2018 10am–5pm £85 (performer) £45 (observer)

Production Arts and Design Interview Preparation

Musical Theatre Audition: Monologues

Saturday 20 October and Saturday 3 November 2018 10am–5pm £160

Saturday 27–Sunday 28 October 2018 10am–5pm £160

Musical Theatre Audition: Song Saturday 24–Sunday 25 November 2018 10am–5pm £160

Musical Theatre Audition: Dance

Production Technology and Management Interview Preparation Saturday 24 November 2018 10am–5pm £85

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Saturday 19–Sunday 20 January 2019 10am–5pm £160

Sunday 30 September 2018 10am–5pm £85 (performer) £45 (observer)

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MUSICAL THEATRE

Musical Theatre Audition: Mock Audition

MUSIC

BMus Audition Preparation

BEd Audition Preparation

Acting: Auditioning for ages 12–17

Saturday 8–Sunday 9 December 2018 10am–5pm £160

Audition and Interview Preparation for Young Adults

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SUMMER SCHOOLS

JUNIOR CONSERVATOIRE

Every year people from all over the world join us to take part in more than 50 summer schools across dance, drama, music, production and film.

The Junior Conservatoire is for students aged between 11–18 who show great potential and wish to develop their artistic skills, grow their confidence and prepare for further study and a career in the performing or production arts.

Taught by expert tutors and guest artists, our wide variety of summer schools offer a fun and engaging way to improve your existing skills, or to try something completely new. For more information about the courses on offer, visit rcs.ac.uk/summer or get in touch with us at summerschools@rcs.ac.uk

As a national centre of excellence for educating young people, the Junior Conservatoire offers 11 exciting courses across dance, drama, music, production and film. The structure of the courses reflect the way our undergraduate programmes are taught – students take part in masterclasses, work on performances and collaborations, rehearse with friends and receive one-to-one lessons with specialist teachers. Entry to the Junior Conservatoire is by audition only. Please visit rcs.ac.uk/jr for more information.

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS Full terms and conditions can be found on our website rcs.ac.uk/lifelong-terms and should be read before enrolling on a course.

Cancellations and refunds |

You have a right to cancel your booking with us within 14 days.

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Outwith the 14 day cooling off period we are not able to issue refunds.

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Courses will run, subject to a minimum number of students.

Payment of tuition fees |

When you book a course you will be asked to make full payment or set up a payment plan to split the cost into instalments.

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On occasion we may need to cancel courses – wherever possible we will endeavour to offer the class at a later date.

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All payments for courses are managed through our secure online booking system.

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If you are travelling from overseas, please make sure you have the correct visa to study within the UK, if relevant.

Where RCS is not able to reschedule a course, you will receive a full refund of any course fees paid but not for additional costs you may have incurred.

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From time to time, RCS may advertise promotional offers for courses – for more information visit: rcs.ac.uk/aboutlifelong-learning/offers/

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Only one promotional offer can be claimed per student, per booking.

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Promotional offers should be used at the time of booking.

Please read the full terms and conditions at rcs.ac.uk/lifelong-terms

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