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 Stuart Harris-Logan, Johnny McKnight and Karen Cargill Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Celebration- 175 years

Stuart Harris-Logan, Johnny McKnight and Karen Cargill Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Celebration- 175 years

Stuart Harris-Logan, Johnny McKnight and Karen Cargill Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Celebration- 175 years

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Dates and times

Thursday 12 May 2022
8:00PM - 9:00PM

Two successful alumni, opera singer Karen Cargill and theatre writer/director/actor Johnny McKnight unite to celebrate 175 years of the RCS.


For 175 years, a Glasgow institution has been teaching the performing arts to students who have become some of the world's most distinguished artists. This celebratory history raises the curtain on the inner life of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Peek into the bustling backstage world of Scotland's national conservatoire, feast your eyes on never-before-seen archival material and bask in dazzling production photography that captures the creative effervescence of its students.

Ncuti Gatwa, Richard Madden, Karen Cargill, Alan Cumming, Maggie Kinloch and many other alumni take to the spotlight to share what the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland has meant to them.

Raising the Curtain reveals the past, illuminates on the present and invites you to look to the future of this world-class performing arts institution.

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Venue

Mitchell Library

North Street, Glasgow, G3 7DN