Welcome to our Production Open Day. We are delighted to welcome you here from across the world to share more about our conservatoire.
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Welcome to our online open day. We’re excited to tell you all about the RCS Production department.
On this page you’ll find information about the two undergraduate production programmes offered at RCS. There are video interviews with staff, students and alumni, some recent news stories about the production department, and a showcase of some student work, along with behind the scenes footage and photos.
We’re very proud of our production department and the opportunities we are able to offer students. We have incredible performance venues on campus where production students get to collaborate with other students across performance disciplines, as well as fantastic production workshops in our building at Wallace Studios. We also have a very experienced staff here at RCS to work with you through your studies, as well as lots of friends in the industry, and work placements are an important part of your time on the programme.
We hope you can get a good sense of what life is like at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and particularly studying our exciting production programmes.
⎯ Ros Maddison, Head of Production
Explore the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in our 360 virtual tour.
You’ll be able to see our design studios, workshop, prop rooms, wardrobe and technical workshops.
Everything you need to dream, design and create work for performance is right here.
“You can mould your degree to what you’d like it to be. If there is something you are interested in, there will be an opportunity to learn about it”
— Jennifer Grubb, graduated 2018
Read our Alumni Spotlight interview with costume designer Jennifer Grubb, who since graduating from RCS has worked on Netflix productions, Outlander, and BAFTA-nominated film Limbo.
You will become a confident professional with transferable skills, ready to energise the production arts and find your place within the profession.
— Ros Maddison, Head of Production