The sun shone brightly on the 278 graduates as they arrived at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with their families on 5 July to celebrate years of hard work, dedication and utter brilliance in the performing arts.
They were joined on stage in the Stevenson Hall by actor Peter Mullan, playwright and broadcaster Bonnie Greer and mezzo-soprano Karen Cargill, who all received Honorary Doctorates for their commitment to drama and music. We wish every graduate the best of luck as they begin their professional careers and we can’t wait to watch their impact on the world in the years to come.
Karen Cargill picks up her Honorary Doctorate
Bachelor of Education (Music) graduates celebrate
Contemporary Performance Practice Class of 2018 pose on the front steps
Chairman Nick Kuenssberg congratulates acting graduate Caroline Denis
Bonnie Greer dances in the Stevenson Hall during the ceremony
BA Musical Theatre graduate Felicia Gray raises a glass
Graduates get ready to go in to their final ceremony at RCS
Professor Andrew Panton celebrates with Musical Theatre graduates