Update on Friday 2 March for this weekend

Update on Friday 2 March for this weekend

Published: 02/03/2018

The Renfrew Street building will be open on both Saturday and Sunday from 0900-2100.

(Please note that a number of services – including the Cafe Bar – may not be operating as normal. Please also note that practice rooms will be available to students until 7pm only on Saturday and Sunday)

The Wallace studios will be open as follows:
Saturday and Sunday 0900-1800

The Box Office will be open as follows:
Sat: 1600-1930
Sun: 1045-1515

Rehearsals:

The following rehearsals will take place over the weekend. Please contact your course leaders for details:

The Day After – Sat
Spring Awakening – Sat/Sun
Henry V – Sat/Sun
Ballet – Sat/Sun

Performances:

The following performances WILL go ahead as planned:

SATURDAY
“THE DAY AFTER” – 1915

SUNDAY
THE BRUCE MILLAR GULLIVER PRIZE 2018 – FROM 1500

CANCELLATIONS:
The following activity will NOT take place:

Junior Conservatoire and Lifelong Learning:
There will be NO Junior Conservatoire or Lifelong Learning activity taking place at RCS this weekend.

Performance:

The following performance is CANCELLED:
SUNDAY
ROSIN CHAMBER CONCERT – 1130

Monday:
We plan to resume normal working for all staff and students on Monday

Thank you all so much for your patience and resilience, with a special thank you to the Client Services team members who have delivered an exceptional emergency service in trying circumstances.

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