Family and Carer Day: Speaker Spotlight Theatre-Maker Robbie Gordon

Next on our industry panel, we welcome Theatre-Maker Robbie Gordon.

Robbie Gordon is a well-kent face with those on the WACI programme. Co-founder of Wonder Fools, is the Ayr Gaiety’s Creative Learning Coordinator, a graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and is represented by Infinity Artist Management. Credits include: writer and performer of 549: Scots of the Spanish Civil War (Wonder Fools); actor in Charlie Sonata (Royal Lyceum Theatre); workshop leader and sand facilitator on Danny Boyle’s Pages of the Sea (National Theatre of Scotland)

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Family and Carer Day is a joint event run by WACI and Transitions.


WACI Theatre Production & Filmmaking Interview Preparation - Applications Now Open

Our Interview Preparation Courses are intended for pupils who have already made an application to a course of study, or who will be making one in the near future in the following areas:

Run by professionals they offer highly specialised, specific support in interview preparation for any college, university or conservatoire level courses.
📅 5 & 7 Feb 2019, 6-8pm
🌍 Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 100 Renfrew St, Glasgow
To book a place please contact Widening Access to the Creative Industries on:
📞 0141 270 8319
Please provide the following information when booking:
• Pupil name, school and year group
• Email address
• Mobile phone number
💷 This courses is fully-funded, which means there is no cost to WACI pupils.
Booking Deadline: 28 Jan 2019

WACI Short Courses - Applications Open!

This session WACI are delighted to be able to offer short introductory courses in various creative disciplines.

For S4 – S6 pupils, these short taster courses offer an introduction to Filmmaking, Contemporary Dance, Performance Skills and Theatre Production: Art & Design. Whether you’ve done something like this before or you just want to try something new, come along to get a taster of life in the Creative Industries, develop some new skills and (hopefully) have fun!

Filmmaking – An Introduction
This short course introduces pupils to the different aspects of the filmmaking process from the development of an original idea to students outlining, shooting, directing and editing into a finished product.

Contemporary Dance
This course is designed to give a practical and exciting introduction to the variety of
performance styles and career pathways in the dance industry.

Performance Skills
For aspiring theatre makers this short course explores the skills and techniques you may
need to study theatre at further or higher education.

Theatre Production: Art & Design
This course gives you a practical taste of set design, prop-making, costume and scenic art. Taught by industry professionals the course will offer an introduction to these fields and possible career pathways.

When: Mondays from 6-8pm
Dates: 18 Feb – 25 Mar
Where: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 100 Renfrew St, Glasgow

Book your place now:
To book a place please contact Widening Access to the Creative Industries on:

Tel: 0141 270 8319

The following information is required:
• Pupil name, school and year group
• Email address
• Mobile phone number
• Name of short course you wish to attend

Booking Deadline: 5 Feb 2019