How to Act Student Symposium

To support the National Theatre of Scotland’s production of How to Act, we will be hosting a number of unique symposium events for students in higher and further education across the country.

These exciting events will invite students to explore how the play was made through a variety of workshops. Graham Eatough and specialist practitioners from the National Theatre of Scotland will lead workshops in playwriting, dramaturgy and the devising process.

The full day event will also be a useful opportunity for students from different courses to meet industry professionals and network with their peers.

All symposium events are free and are open to higher and further education students (HNC level and above) studying a theatre-related course. Please note capacity is extremely limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

For more info on the symposium please contact Philippa Tomlin (Creative Learning Coordinator)

Running Time:

8 hours

How to Act Interpretation Pack

Interpreting How to Act offers insights to the script, a glimpse into the rehearsal room and offers provocations for interpreting and understanding the play. Whether you are a practitioner or an actor, an academic or simply curious to know more about the production, we hope you’ll enjoy this insight.