Train with our Technical department

National Theatre of Scotland logoWe are recruiting for two training bursaries within the National Theatre of Scotland Technical Department:

  • Technical Trainee Associate
    Training opportunities for two individuals to train in Stage Management or Technical theatre while working alongside National Theatre of Scotland technical staff. They will be given training on a wide range of technical issues with an opportunity to specialise in one area.These positions provide an opportunity for people to develop skills who may not have had access to more formal training and for those who have completed training to gain further experience.

Full details for each of the positions are available by visiting our Vacancies page at

The National Theatre of Scotland acknowledges the need and right of everyone connected with the organisation to be treated with respect and dignity in an environment in which a diversity of backgrounds and experience is valued.

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About National Theatre of Scotland

All of Scotland is our stage. In our heart is an ambition to transform the world in dreams and drama, to make incredible things happen in unbelievable places. We’re where Scotland comes to play. We’re an ever-evolving family of play makers, theatre originals, maverick thinkers. We’re technically adventurous, fearlessly collaborative. We’re what our artists, performers and participants make us. And with no building of our own, we have the freedom to go where our audiences take us. There is no limit to what we believe theatre can be, no limit to the stories we are able to tell. All of Scotland is our stage, and on that stage we perform to the world. We are a theatre of the imagine: a Theatre Without Walls.

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