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Collaboration is our life blood. We seek to work with the most exciting theatre companies, artists, actors, students, community participants and organisations from Scotland and beyond to create theatre that truly captivates audiences.

We provide support and development opportunities for artists across Scotland through our Engine Room programme. Each year, we invite you to get involved; we work with thousands of members of the public in communities across Scotland to listen to and respond to stories that are important.

We aim to encourage the next generation of artists towards a career in the arts, working with schools, colleges, universities and youth theatre groups through our biennial youth theatre festival Exchange and creative engagement opportunities supporting our productions, including exhibitions, interactive games, master-classes, multi-disciplinary workshops for all ages, readings and talks.

Opportunities develop and become available throughout the year.

Engine Room

Engine Room is the National Theatre of Scotland’s nationwide programme of support for artists offering a menu of free and paid invitations and opportunities.

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PIPA Coffee Morning

A get-together for parents and carers working in the performing arts. Join other artists, theatre practitioners, arts workers and staff from National Theatre of Scotland, the Traverse Theatre and the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, for a Parents in the Performing Arts coffee morning.

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Young people in Aberdeen - we want you!

Are you 14-26 years old and interested in theatre, inventing, magic and performing?

National Theatre of Scotland would like to invite you to participate in a large scale street performance in Aberdeen as part of the Scotland-wide FUTUREPROOF festival in October 2018.

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Young People in Dundee - Join Us!

National Theatre of Scotland and Back to Back Theatre (Australia) are looking for performers, dancers and art enthusiasts to participate in RADIAL, a film theatre project that will take place in October 2018 as part of the Futureproof Festival. We are looking for young people age 14-26 of all abilities to take part in this exciting new work.

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Exchange 2018

Places are now full for Exchange 2018 but you can find out about the young companies involved and track their progress next July via Exchange TV.

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Run Free Documentary Trailer

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If you want to collaborate with us in some other way, we want to hear from you.

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Header image: Neshla Caplan and Adam Kashmiry in Adam. Image by Sally Jubb.

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