Adam Legah trained in Stage Management at Rose Bruford College, after which he was offered a production management role on a collaboration between Primitive Science, PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Design Council for the lead up to the millennium.
Realising that corporate work was not his thing, Adam moved to the Royal Court Theatre, after its refurbishment at Sloane Square, working in a variety of stage management roles. He then went on to work on one of the largest shows the UK had ever seen – the Central Show at the Millennium Dome. After that, he moved to the National Theatre, where he worked as an Assistant Production Manager and assisted on their Transformation Season.
Realising that there was still something missing from his CV, Adam came back to where his journey started, at Rose Bruford College, and began a teaching career, which he loves.
Adam completed his Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education and is forging stronger links with the National Theatre and Royal Court Theatre for the next generation of production students.
Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
BA (Hons) Stage Management
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Variety of stage management roles from the ASM to the SM, moving into production management.
External Examiner: Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
Exploration of equality and diversity in production arts.