The Junior Conservatoire of Production is a two-year programme which offers bespoke training to talented young artists and technicians at Scotland’s national conservatoire. Theatre production is an area of skill shortage in Scotland and this programme aims to address this and train young people for a successful and creative career.
Each Production student in the Junior Conservatoire will be given a tailored timetable which will cater to your individual interests and areas of development. You will be given opportunities to learn more in a range of subjects across the technical and production arts, including set and costume design, prop making, set construction, scenic art, costume, stage management and lighting, sound and stage technology.
At the end of each year, students have the opportunity to present their work either in an exhibition or on a production to demonstrate their progression over the year.
Junior Conservatoire students will gain a comprehensive insight into the world of theatre production and by the end of your studies, you will be working at a high-quality standard and consider applying to full-time production studies.
Entry to the programme is by interview only and we accept a small number of students each year into the programme to allow us to focus our teaching on each individual’s development.
The programme runs from September to June each year, and there are two levels of study available depending on your ability and experience. Many students join us at level 1 and progress to graduate from the Junior Conservatoire, having completed the full two years of study.
Please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 0141 270 8382 if you have any questions and we will be happy to help.