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Setting the Stage

From 1.30–5pm

Join us for another gathering of theatre practitioners – this time specialising in stage design: set design, scene painting, prop making and installation. This one-off symposium will bring together established and emerging artists, as well as those who engage with the business of design, such as commissioning agencies and agents.

Whether you’re already working in this area of theatre, or want to find out more about the world of theatre set design, the symposium will include panel discussions and debates from experts, the chance to ask your own questions − and don’t miss the opportunity to network with the panellists and other attendees. Previous events in this series, Composing the Stage and Shaping the Stage, sold out, so get your tickets now.

The event will be chaired by Gary Yershon (Associate Artist of The Old Vic and RSC).

The panel includes:
Vicki Hallam (Props & Mask Maker)
Luke Halls (Video Designer)
Rob Howell (Set Designer)
Sacha Milroy (Production Manager)
Vicki Mortimer (Set Designer)

In partnership with Connect.

Please note: For your comfort and security, you may be subject to additional checks on your visit to London theatres – we appreciate your patience and understanding while these are taking place.

Tickets: £10

There are a limited number of bursary places available for this event if ticket prices are a barrier. Please email artists@oldvictheatre.com with a couple of sentences about why you would like to attend this event and how you feel it would be of benefit to you. Bursary places are subject to availability.

ACCESS

Please note that this event will take place in the Rehearsal Room which is only accessible via a number of stairs. Please email access@oldvictheatre.com for more information.

Please note: For your comfort and security, you may be subject to additional checks on your visit to London theatres – we appreciate your patience and understanding while these are taking place.

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