Amy Watts is the Set & Costume for Eastern Angles' 2024 Spring tour production of Stones In His Pockets. In this masterclass she'll talk through what inspired and influenced her design. 

Young Creatives is a free, 12-month professional development programme for 18-30 year-olds. 

Whether you’re an early career artist looking to upskill yourself, or perhaps you’ve never been to the theatre before and just want to flex your creative muscles, we've got your covered.

The programme consists of weekly workshops, masterclasses and Q&A sessions with leading theatre professionals from across Suffolk, East Anglia and the wider UK. They’ll cover all aspects of the theatre industry from writing and performing, to producing, directing, stage management, costume design and everything in between. 

The weekly sessions are advertised via our website, and bookable up to a month in advance. It’s first come, first served, and places are limited! 

Join GSA at their offstage careers event as they welcome back recent alums who are forging exciting careers backstage in the entertainment industry.

They'll be chatting about their career highlights so far, challenges and surprises they've faced along the way and how they have navigated working in the creative sector. What skills and qualities should today's students look to develop and what advice would they give to their younger selves?

Date: Friday 8 March
Time: 7pm

ESEA representation in the arts: how far have we come and where to next? 

A free panel discussion about the work contemporary artists are making to increase East/Southeast Asian representation (ESEA).

Join the Undone Theatre team as they discuss orientalism and the misrepresentation of ESEA cultures on stage. With theatre maker Joey Jepps (Kakilang Arts), musical director Amy Hsu (My Neighbour Totoro) and curator Hoyee Tse (London Metropolitan University). The panel will initiate a discussion about their artistic and curatorial practices, how their identities and backgrounds inform their work and their experiences of working within the UK arts sector.

WHERE: Djam Lecture Theatre, SOAS

WHEN: Thursday 21 March, 6:30pm

The talk will also be live-streamed. If you are interested in watching the live-stream, keep an eye on our social media on the day—you can find us on Instagram and Twitter @undonetheatre.

This panel event is organised by Undone Theatre and SOAS Chinese Culture Society and is a part of Undone Theatre’s new show SO THAT YOU MAY GO BEYOND THE SEA.

A Japanese stewardess and a British pilot walk onto a plane. Twenty-five years later, their son Joey is thinking of ending things with his Italian boyfriend. Turning to his parents’ interracial relationship for guidance, he embarks on a journey to connect with his roots. But as Joey learns more about his family, a pattern begins to emerge: the notes of Puccini’s Madama Butterfly underscore a century of Asian misrepresentation, orientalism, and exoticisation.


2-3-4 May, 9:00pm | Camden People’s Theatre (NW1 2PY)

Student ticket only £8

Tickets to work-in-progress performances of SO THAT YOU MAY GO BEYOND THE SEA

12-13 April, 7:45pm | Applecarts Arts (E6 1BX)

Tickets from £6.50



Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Cameron Mackintosh Limited are hosting two events, as part of the BBC’s Bring the Drama Festival, which is running alongside their new show, Bring the Drama. The Bring the Drama Festival is offering hundreds of events from more than 150 partners all across the country, to highlight off-stage and off-screen jobs in entertainment.

These two fantastic events are: 'From Sketch to Stage' and an 'Exclusive Q&A with the Technical Director of Hamilton'.

More information about the festival can be found on the webpage linked below, and anyone who is interested in attending these events can book via the Eric app.

Dates: Monday 4 and Friday 8 March
Locations: Prince of Wales Theatre & Victoria Palace Theatre

We are seeking a trainee to join the RCM Studios team for a 12-month placement.

The role provides an excellent opportunity for a sound engineer with a strong interest in classical music, wishing to develop high level skills in a wide range of operational disciplines including classical recording, editing and production, engineering film scoring sessions, mixing/directing live multi-camera video productions and running the live web streaming of classical concerts.

Closing date: 9am, 6 March 2024

A paid one-week residency at the New Vic Theatre, Newcastle Under Lyme run by New Vic Theatre in association with New Earth Theatre.

The one-week residential course aims to expand the industry’s knowledge base for making theatre in-the-round and diversify the pool of Global Majority backstage talent by providing the opportunity to work in a midscale, producing theatre. 

There are 4 reserved places available for BESEA**’s out of a total of 8 places.

The course will be led by Vicki Amedume and participants will train in person with the New Vic Tech and Production teams and freelance creatives. Each successful participant will receive a £450 bursary plus per diems, accommodation and travel expenses to cover for the week.

After the course, the New Vic will fund a paid bespoke placement for two trainees to further their experience.

Come and find out all about the roles behind-the-scenes in a theatre.

An informative and fun morning for 15–19-year-olds who want to find out more about what it takes to run a theatre – who works behind the curtain, how did they end up here, and what do they actually do each day?

Meet a range of people including backstage technicians, front of house staff, marketeers, fundraisers, events managers, finance team members, actors, directors, and producers…

Date: 9.45am to 1pm, on Monday 18 March

Calling all adults with learning disabilities and autism!

Immerse yourself in a world of performing arts at our One Day Courses Open Day on 13 March. Whether you're a beginner or have some experience, our range of theatre, dance, and music courses has something for everyone.

Join us to:

Only available to those who are joining at aged 16, this course is a stepping stone to a backstage career in the theatre and related industries.

You will study a wide range of skills in set design, costume, lighting and sound along with stage and production management. This course will give you the foundation you need to pursue a career in the performing arts industries. Students typically progress into apprenticeships, Higher Education or direct entry into the profession.

The BRIT School offers extensive theatre facilities, giving you the chance to learn and develop a wide range of practical skills. The course is staffed by experienced theatre professionals and much of the learning is delivered through work on fully realised productions. The experience you will gain on this course will prepare you for a career in Production Arts and production design. At the end of the two year course you will achieve a UAL, Level 3 Extended Diploma in Production Arts, equivalent to three A levels.

An in depth and accessible theatre career CPD for all teachers, educators and those who work directly with young people.

Brought to you by Get Into Theatre and ATG Creative Learning, Work In Theatre is a nationwide careers programme to improve access to theatre careers for young people and emerging artists across England, Scotland and Wales.

Our Teacher Conference 2024 offers online CPD for teachers, educators and those who work directly with young people. We will explore the myriad of modern careers available within the professional theatre industry and the varying routes into it - in order to offer the best advice and support for your aspiring students, complement careers services in school and deliver informed and dedicated theatre-careers lessons for young people.

Participants should expect:

Celebrate UK National Careers week and bolster your industry knowledge by joining Get Into Theatre, ATG Creative Learning, our industry guests (to be announced shortly) and educators nationwide, in this one-off digital conference on Monday 4th March 4.30pm-7.30pm.

All attendees will also be sent a Work in Theatre teacher resource pack to support learning back in the classroom.

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