Winners of Scottish Heritage Angel Awards 2017 announced

Winners of Scottish Heritage Angel Awards 2017 announced

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Winners of Scottish Heritage Angel Awards 2017 announced

16 October 2017

Heritage volunteers, professionals and organisations from across the country were honoured in the capital this evening (Monday 16th October), as the winners of the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards 2017 were revealed.

Winners of Scottish Heritage Angel Awards 2017 announced

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Heritage volunteers, professionals and organisations from across the country were honoured in the capital this evening (Monday 16th October), as the winners of the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards 2017 were revealed.

Hosted by author and broadcaster Vanessa Collingridge at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh, the ceremony saw winning finalists in each of the four award categories crowned in a celebration of the groups, individuals, volunteers and professionals who have played a special part in caring for the nation’s historic environment.

Click here to find out about the winners

Northern Ireland’s Heritage Angel Awards – shortlist announced

Northern Ireland’s Heritage Angel Awards – shortlist announced

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Northern Ireland’s Heritage Angel Awards – shortlist announced

12 October 2017

The search for Northern Ireland’s first Heritage Angels is moving forward with the final Heritage Angel Awards shortlist revealed today.

Northern Ireland’s Heritage Angel Awards – shortlist announced

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The search for Northern Ireland’s first Heritage Angels is moving forward with the final Heritage Angel Awards shortlist revealed today.  These annual awards aim to celebrate unsung angels of local heritage- individuals or groups, who have rescued an historic building or site, worked as craftsmen or apprentices, or recorded and interpreted a historic place.

The Angel Awards are not just about heritage, but the people that make heritage projects happen. Showcasing what is possible when people take interest in and get involved with the care and consideration of our heritage.

For details of the shortlisted projects click here

Heritage Skills Programme at Shrewbury Flaxmill Maltings

Heritage Skills Programme at Shrewbury Flaxmill Maltings

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Heritage Skills Programme at Shrewbury Flaxmill Maltings

5 October 2017

New funding from Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation to address gap in traditional construction skills at Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings

Heritage Skills Programme at Shrewbury Flaxmill Maltings

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The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has awarded a grant of £95,447 towards Historic England’s Heritage Skills Programme, part of the Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings project to restore the iconic Grade I listed Main Mill and Grade II listed Kiln in Shropshire.

The new programme offers training opportunities, work-based placements and continuing professional development opportunities for trainees, students, contractors, craftspeople and other professionals.

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Historic England Angel Awards 2017 – Shortlist Announced

Historic England Angel Awards 2017 – Shortlist Announced

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Historic England Angel Awards 2017 – Shortlist Announced

2 October 2017 Photographer credit: Rachel Thompson - Fog Battery Station, Lundy Island

The Historic England Angel Awards celebrate the efforts of individuals and local groups across the country that have devoted their time and energy to bring irreplaceable historic places back to life.

Historic England Angel Awards 2017 – Shortlist Announced

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This year’s shortlist recognises the invaluable contribution of an apprentice mason who braved high winds to secure a Lundy Island landmark, the production organisation which helps to dismantle stereotypes of disability and the local preservation trust determined to protect a fragile part of their county’s heritage, among others.

Click here for details of all of the shortlisted projects

Shortlist for Scottish Heritage Angel Awards 2017 announced

Shortlist for Scottish Heritage Angel Awards 2017 announced

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Shortlist for Scottish Heritage Angel Awards 2017 announced

27 September 2017

The search to find Scotland’s ‘heritage angels’ is gearing up, with the final shortlist for the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards 2017 revealed today

Shortlist for Scottish Heritage Angel Awards 2017 announced

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The search to find Scotland’s ‘heritage angels’ is gearing up, with the final shortlist for the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards 2017 revealed today (Wed 27 Sep).

Comprising 12 nominees across four different categories, the shortlist showcases a range of diverse heritage projects across the country, from the full scale reconstruction of an Iron Age roundhouse in Dumfries and Galloway to the restoration of a medieval kirk at Kirkmichael on the Black Isle.

Click here to read the press release

National Theatre of Scotland internships for BAME participants

National Theatre of Scotland internships for BAME participants

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National Theatre of Scotland internships for BAME participants

19 September 2017 Photographer credit: Gillian Hayes

Individuals from ethnic minority communities, based in Scotland, are being offered the opportunity to undertake a five-week long paid internship.

National Theatre of Scotland internships for BAME participants

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The National Theatre of Scotland, with support from the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, are offering individuals from ethnic minority communities, based in Scotland, the opportunity to undertake a five-week long paid internship, across any department/activity within the Company.

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Scottish Opera new Emerging Artist Repetiteur

Scottish Opera new Emerging Artist Repetiteur

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Scottish Opera new Emerging Artist Repetiteur

19 September 2017 Photographer credit: Christina Riley

Patrick Milne, Scottish Opera's new Emerging Artist Repetiteur supported by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation started with the company last week and is already busy at work.

Scottish Opera new Emerging Artist Repetiteur

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Patrick Milne, Scottish Opera’s new Emerging Artist Repetiteur supported by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation started with the company last week and is already busy at work.  He says “It’s a really fantastic opportunity to be in the heart of a great opera company like this”.

 

Click here to watch a youtube video introducing all of Scottish Opera’s Emerging Artists this year.

 

The BRIT School’s new Bridge Company now on board

The BRIT School’s new Bridge Company now on board

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The BRIT School’s new Bridge Company now on board

14 September 2017

The new 2017/18 Andrew Lloyd Webber Bridge Company had their first meet and greet with the writers, directors and composer last week.  All are very excited to start the process.

The BRIT School’s new Bridge Company now on board

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The new 2017/18 Andrew Lloyd Webber Bridge Company had their first meet and greet with the writers, directors and composer last week.  All are very excited to start the process.

Associate Music Director Role – Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

Associate Music Director Role – Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

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Associate Music Director Role – Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

22 August 2017

A very exciting opportunity has arisen to join The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, a leading Higher Education conservatoire specialising in the theatre arts. This role will provide a newly graduated musical director the essential next step into

Associate Music Director Role – Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

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A very exciting opportunity has arisen to join The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, a leading Higher Education conservatoire specialising in the theatre arts.

This role will provide a newly graduated musical director the essential next step into professional practice. Central will offer a specialist experience within a training environment. Central’s staff will be the Associates’ professional colleagues and will mentor the Associate during the period of engagement. The Associate Musical Director will be able to enhance the School’s Undergraduate BA Acting Musical Theatre course through peer-to-peer support of BA Acting Musical Theatre students and by demonstrating initiative and enthusiasm in developing projects. 

Applicants must have knowledge and understanding of a Musical Theatre repertoire and hold a degree or equivalent in Music. The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate evidence of strong keyboard skills and understanding of sung voice techniques.

The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Associate Musical Director will be awarded by Central following an application and interview process. There will be one available Fellowship for the year 2017/18

For more information click here

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