In this latest role, the Lord of the Rings star’s main aim is to encourage young people from poorer communities into higher and further education in the performance and production arts.
Join March of Women on 7 March and be part of this public art celebration, a collaboration with RCS and Glasgow Women's Library
New head of strings at RCS is ready to shake up the system…Wild Card Thursdays, Ratatouille of the Pixar cartoon kind and a passion for teaching. Read Kate Molleson’s interview in The Herald.
William Shakespeare's King Lear, played by an all-female cast
Purcell's Dido and Aeneas is paired with Poulenc's Les Mamelles de Tiresias to present a unique blend of Baroque and 20th century repertoire
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