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Archive | November, 2012

TheatreCraft: Playwriting with Vickie Donoghue

Posted on 30 November 2012 by Abigail Adeoti

The playwriting workshop was probably my favourite session at TheatreCraft. It was liberating and interesting as participants had the opportunity to meet accomplished emerging playwright Vickie Donoghue, author of Mudlarks, recently seen at the Bush Theatre. Vickie Donoghue spoke about how she is inspired by images. Donoghue encouraged us to select from a range of […]

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TheatreCraft: Financial Management – How to be Self-Employed

Posted on 30 November 2012 by Annabelle Lee

Please don’t accuse me of being wrapped up in cotton wool, but I have to admit that self-employment is a fairly new area to me, as I’m still studying at university. Whilst many of the exhibitors at TheatreCraft are about working in the buzzing theatre itself, I was initially dreading what might seem like a […]

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TheatreCraft: Interview with Michael Grandage

Posted on 30 November 2012 by Eve Nicol

“When I started out” Micheal Grandage tells the room full of 16-25 year olds at the opening of TheatreCraft, “I entered an industry that was apologetic.” A career in theatre was not seen as a a career at all and not looked upon as a sustainable or respected job. But things have changed, the theatre […]

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TheatreCraft: Exploring the fly tower

Posted on 30 November 2012 by Abigail Adeoti

Often, attending a beautiful show, people forget how much work actually goes into creating something so visually elaborate and exciting. I have discovered that working backstage in theatre and is just as important as any role on stage. TheatreCraft’s tour of the Royal Opera House fly tower focused on lighting, staging and what goes on […]

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