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Venue 13 at the Edinburgh Fringe     

Established in 1996, Venue 13 is small studio theatre at the bottom of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh's Old Town.

The venue exists only during the month of August as part of the Fringe and other festivals. As a collaboration between the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, the venue has a dual "personality"; half of the productions come from the RSAMD's Masters of Drama programme while the other half is a showcase for Welsh or Wales based talent.

The venue is managed by students from the Stage Management courses at RWCMD. They coordinate all elements of the stage and technical management and run the box office and front of house facilities. For the students of the Post Graduate Diploma in Stage Management, this is part of their course while other students from the undergraduate degree spend the month in Edinburgh as an optional extra to their training, gaining additional experience and valued professional contacts.

For the 2003 season, Venue 13 will host the following shows:-

Art Crime
Face the Wall
Little Bottom's Extraordinary Circus
Loose Tongues
Love, Sex and Cider
Mr Kolpert
Rameo and Eweliet
Seconds Out
The Lost Ones
The Same Boat

For further information about Venue 13, please contact:-

Dave Roxburgh
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
Tel - (029) 2039 1345
web site
Dave Roxburgh
Saturday, July 26, 2003back



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