Do you love going to the theatre? Enjoy being part of Youth Theatre, Amateur or School drama productions. Are you creative, imaginative and eager to learn new skills? Then…. This new course could be the choice for you.
Over one year of study, you will learn a broad range of techniques taught by industry professionals, in a wide range of disciplines used in all backstage creative departments, be they Design, Wardrobe, or stage property making. All of your research and creative work will be directed by the needs of a play, musical or pantomime, chosen by your Lecturers, which will give you the opportunity to imagine the visual scenario. Costumes, set, accessories and stage properties (anything from a chair, to a loaf of bread) will all be discussed, designed, and samples made in class time under the guidance of your tutors. In addition, you will be taught how to use equipment – sewing machines, industrial irons, steamers, heat guns and a range of smaller tools which help create spectacular effects.
In addition, you will have the opportunity to attend dress rehearsals and performances by our Performing Arts students,( mostly free of charge), as well as entertaining workshops by specialists such as ‘The Costume Society of Scotland’. Organised group trips to professional theatres are offered regularly at a special price.
- Work alongside other students within the PASS (Performing Arts Studio Scotland) department
- Attend rehearsals and performances
- Costume prop making
- Costume making
- Model making
- Design studies
- Investigating theatre production
How Course Is Assessed:
- Through practical demonstration and theoretical/research assignments
Number of Days per week:
- 3 days (17 hours per week) Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
English Proficiency Requirements:
Information on Test/Auditions/Interview Requirements:
- Interview will be required along with a portfolio of art work
Download our progression route map here
- HND Costume Stage and Screen
Fees - Information about funding can be found here
This course will start week commencing...