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The team at Cyphers Theatre Company, along with invited guests, provide some helpful insight, advice and inspiration to university students and recent graduates looking to pursue a career in theatre.

For more information, blogs, videos and other resources, head over to: www.cyphers.org.uk/students

You can also find us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/CyphersUK
And on Instagram: www.instagram.com/CyphersUK

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The team at Cyphers Theatre Company, along with invited guests, provide some helpful insight, advice and inspiration to university students and recent graduates looking to pursue a career in theatre.

For more information, blogs, videos and other resources, head over to: www.cyphers.org.uk/students

You can also find us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/CyphersUK
And on Instagram: www.instagram.com/CyphersUK

    8 - From linguistics student to stage manager (with Hannah Gillett)

    8 - From linguistics student to stage manager (with Hannah Gillett)

    Hannah studied linguistics at UCL before training on the MA Stage & Event Management at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. She has worked with companies and venues including Rambert and the Donmar Warehouse.

    • 47 min
    7 - The Business of Theatre (with Laura Elmes)

    7 - The Business of Theatre (with Laura Elmes)

    Laura studied philosophy at King's College London and is now an award-winning producer with experience spanning both the commercial and subsidised sectors. She currently runs her own company, Laura Elmes Productions, alongside working as Head of Programming for Troubadour Theatres. She was previously Production Coordinator for Runaway Entertainment from 2015-18, working on numerous West End productions including Girl From The North Country (Old Vic and Noel Coward), Tom Fletcher’s Christmasaurus Live (Hammersmith Apollo), Guys and Dolls starring Rebel Wilson (Phoenix, Savoy, UK tour and Tel Aviv), Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In The Heights (King’s Cross Theatre) and The Railway Children (King’s Cross Theatre). She began her career working with Jamie Hendry Productions as Production Assistant on Impossible (Noel Coward) and Production Intern on Let It Be (Garrick).

    For more information on Stage One visit www.stageone.uk.com

    For more information on the Edinburgh Fringe Festival visit www.edfringe.com

    • 47 min
    6 - From English student to theatre producer (with Hannah Elsy)

    6 - From English student to theatre producer (with Hannah Elsy)

    Hannah studied English at King's College London before deciding not to finish her degree and to pursue a career as a theatre producer. She now produces, manages and develops theatre across the subsidized and commercial sector through her company Hannah Elsy Productions.

    For more information on Stage One visit www.stageone.uk.com

    For more information on opportunities for young theatre makers at the National Theatre visit www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/young-people

    • 45 min
    5 - From students to directors via very different routes

    5 - From students to directors via very different routes

    Co-Artistic directors Marcus Bazley and Will Holyhead discuss their very different journeys from being students to running a theatre company together.
    For more information on the JMK Trust visit www.jmktrust.org

    • 44 min
    4 - From drama student to theatre director (with Cat Robey)

    4 - From drama student to theatre director (with Cat Robey)

    Cat studied Drama & Theatre Arts at Goldsmiths before training as a theatre director at Birkbeck, where she now teaches and sits on the interview panel. She is currently Deputy Artistic Director of Jermyn Street Theatre and Associate Director of Ransack Theatre and Metamorph Theatre. Her work has been seen at venues including Live Theatre Newcastle, The King' Head, Vault Festival, Pleasance, Assembly, The Arts Theatre & The Park.

    For more information on Jermyn Street Theatre visit www.jermynstreettheatre.co.uk

    For more information on the Young Vic Directors Program visit directorsprogram.youngvic.org

    • 44 min

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