TheatreCraft 2012 at the Royal Opera House
This year's TheatreCraft event on 30 November is sure to be as popular as ever with award-winning theatre director and producer Michael Grandage giving the opening speech.
Targeting those aged 17 to 25, TheatreCraft has something for anyone considering a non-performing theatre career and information is available on producing, stage management, wig-making, lighting, marketing, theatre journalism, sound, directing, costume design, playwriting and design.
In addition to over 60 workshops run by theatre professionals, there will be more than 40 exhibitors and an opportunity to ‘Ask the Experts’ on a one-to-one basis with industry specialists.
Grandage says of TheatreCraft, now in its 7th year, "TheatreCraft is the unmissable event that every young person interested in exploring a career in the theatre should attend.
"It will equip them with the necessary information to make educated career choices and ensures that theatre in this country continues to have a robust future under the next generation of rising talent."
TheatreCraft is organised by Creative and Cultural Skills (the Government-licensed council for creative and cultural industries), theatre education charity Mousetrap Theatre Projects, the Royal Opera House, Society of London Theatre and Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust.
Sponsors and partners are PLASA, White Light, Autograph, A Younger Theatre, Lighting & Sound International and The Stage.
Delegates can attend for free registering at www.theatrecraft.org where more information is also available.