RNCM: Take to the Stage

Johnny James, Managing Editor
Take to the Stage
Take to the Stage

23 July 2020 Entrance is free — Visit now

Considering a career in the performing arts? Explore your possibilities at Take to the Stage, an online event offering tips, insights and inspiration from the very best in the profession.

Whether you’re a musician, actor, dancer, or want to use your creativity in a backstage role, this event, offered for free by RNCM, will provide you with a springboard into the industry.

Across the day, you’ll hear from an expert panel including members of RNCM, RADA, ArtsEd, Mountview, GSA, the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, and more. Together they’ll provide you with the information you need to smash that audition, overcome nerves, choose between courses, and explore a range of careers in performing, production, directing, choreography, stage management, set design, lighting and sound.

To register, head to the Take to the Stage event page on RNCM’s website.

23 July 2020 Entrance is free Visit now

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