Graduate Exhibition

Usually, those working behind the scenes don’t get much of a chance to really show off which part of a production was theirs, and get the recognition they really deserve. Luckily, we have a nice remedy for that with the Technical Theatre Graduate Exhibition! Every year, the third year students from across the board get to display the things they’ve made and worked on over their time at Guildhall, which makes a show all of itself! The event also works as a way for those in the industry to snap up the students once they graduate, and meet all the new talent that is about to enter their workshops. All in all, it was a roaring success; wine was flowing, people were mingling, and I’m sure many job offers were made.

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Tom thought he’d branch out into something a little different when curating this show…

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Some amazing models were on display- more like Grand Buda-Best hotel!

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This brilliant work is rubbish!

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Everyone from lighting, to sound to costume got involved!

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