Theatre apprentices

4th December 2009 at 00:00

The Royal Shakespeare Company has taken on four new apprentices as part of a scheme to encourage people to pursue a career in theatre. They will work in salaried posts in the company's theatre crafts workshops, which make sets and props. They will receive on-the-job training and attend Warwickshire College. The three-year, full-time apprenticeships are part of the RSC's new Think Theatre initiative, which promotes theatre as a career choice for people other than just actors.

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