Monday, 18 May 2015

From 29 April – 1 May, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama’s annual Design & Crafts Exhibition celebrated the work of final year BA (Hons) Theatre Practice students studying on Costume Construction, Prop Making, Scenic Art, Scenic Construction, Design for the Stage, Theatre Lighting Design and Theatre Sound.

Caroline Townsend, Programme Leader of BA (Hons) Theatre Practice said of the Exhibition: “One of the unique features of the BA (Hons) Theatre Practice course is the way that specialist disciplines such as these are able to focus on their area of study for three years, but in the dynamic context of collaborative work with all the other theatre-making disciplines.  This exhibition celebrates the work and accomplishments of the graduating design and crafts students throughout their time here at Central.”

The three day long exhibition used space across the school to highlight the achievements of these talented students and provided an opportunity to speak with them about their work.

This exhibition celebrates the work and accomplishments of the graduating design and crafts students throughout their time here at Central.

Caroline Townsend, Programme Leader of BA (Hons) Theatre Practice