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Transitions 20/40 – Production and Screen studies at the Royal Conservatoire

Transitions 20/40 seeks to help people from key Scottish postcodes who would like to study either Dance, Drama, Music, Production or Screen at a higher level, but are unsure of how to.


Transitions 20/40 supports those who have talent and show commitment by offering free access to Royal Conservatoire workshops, classes and short courses in preparation for audition or training at a higher education level. Help is also offered in terms of  other costs, such as travel. Do you know anyone aged 15 or over, who has skills in painting, design, woodwork or filmmaking?  We are interested in hearing from anyone who has an interest in these areas.



More information in regards to Transitions 20/40 can be found on our website:




We are still accepting applications for the academic year 2016/17.


If you are interested in this programme and wish to discuss this further with us please do not hesitate to contact the Transitions 20/40 team on 0141 270 8303 or email us at Transitions2040@rcs.ac.uk.


The Worm – An Underground Adventure

16-9 format worms for webTour booking is now open for Eco Drama’s 2016 production The Worm – An Underground Adventure.

Touring from Jan-March 2016, The Worm, is an enchanting, musical tale celebrating the wonder of life beneath our feet, specially devised for Nursery and P1-3.

Underneath your feet in the muddy brown soil squirms the world’s best kept secret…a wonderful, magical creature called the Worm. Join Wilma and William, two nature lovers, on a journey underground as they discover a family of friendly, musical worms and their colourful miniature world. The Worm is a fun filled musical tale guaranteed to make everyone giggle, wiggle and love the squirmy wonders beneath our feet.

After the performance, the audience are invited to see some real worms in a specially designed wormery.

Watch a short clip of The Worm on Vimeo:    https://vimeo.com/93151473

Curriculum for Excellence links: Social Studies:People, Place & Environment, Science: Planet Earth, Expressive Arts: Drama & Music

Eco Schools links:Food & the Environment, Bio Diversity, School Grounds

To book contact Sara Marshall on schools@ecodrama.co.uk or call 07982 159 071


“Fantastic. Children were captivated from the onset. Discussion afterwards highlighted their obvious enjoyment. I felt the need to compliment the 2 performers after the show and tell them that this was one of the best shows I had ever seen in a school.” Sharon Barclay, Aultmore Park Primary

The Worm at Lochgelly Centre, Looking for Hats