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RCS Research recognised in funding boost

The next generation of artistic and cultural leaders in Scotland are to benefit from £170 million of new funding for doctoral research in the UK. For the first time, doctoral students applying for research study at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland will be eligible to apply for funding from the Arts & Humanities Research Council

Rovin’ Tales is a Roaring Success

A joyful journey of live music, drama and film travelled across the north east coast of Scotland on Friday 10 August, in a series of pop-up performances to celebrate the arrival of world-class performing arts training in Aberdeenshire. Rovin’ Tales officially launched the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland North East Arts Hub (RCS North East Arts

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Reviews are in for RCS’ Edinburgh Fringe shows! ★★★★★

It’s been one week since the Edinburgh Festival Fringe began and Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s MA Musical Theatre students took to the main stage at Assembly Hall to perform Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. As well as the main show, Scotland’s national conservatoire have teamed up with the American Music Theatre Project (AMTP) at Northwestern University, Illinois, to

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Royal Conservatoire of Scotland to premiere two transatlantic musicals at Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Two moving new musicals will premiere at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August – the result of a transatlantic collaboration between two world-renowned performing arts institutions. Scotland’s national conservatoire and the American Music Theatre Project (AMTP) at Northwestern University, Illinois, have joined forces for the second time to present the thematically linked productions which will

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland ready for another five star Fringe run

Following rave reviews and sold-out audiences, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland returns to the capital this August for another five-star run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Scotland’s national conservatoire, consistently recognised as one of the world’s top ten performing arts education institutions, will take a trio of musical theatre productions to the Fringe, staged by

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Graduation speech from Principal Jeffrey Sharkey

Graduation is always a highlight of the year at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. If you missed this special occasion you can watch the ceremonies here and below we have published the graduation address by Professor Jeffrey Sharkey, Principal of RCS, to the Class of 2018.  Honoured Guests, Graduates, Ladies and Gentlemen Thank you all

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