Why choose this course?
- Designed to introduce you to the craft of lighting for stage and architecture
- Work with industry professionals and guest teachers
- Early bird fee of £495 (ends 13 April 2020)
- Book Now
Monday 20 July to Friday 24 July 2020 (5 days)
Applications are welcome from those aged 18+. Candidates should actively enjoy all aspects of theatre, be motivated, enthusiastic and prepared to devote time to the study of light and lighting effects.
This course provides students with an introduction to the design of lighting for stage, events and architecture.
Based around the text of a play this course will explore the work of the lighting designer and enable you to develop your design and implementation skills. You will learn how to engage in the practice and presentation of a dramatic text, how to develop this through the medium of light and increase your understanding of the role of lighting in performance, dramaturgy and scenography.
This course is delivered over one week of intensive full-time training (30+ hours) at our Sidcup campus.
Booking available shortly.
Early Bird Fee
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Accommodation (if required)
£300 (7 night reservation)
Cost includes en-suite rooms, free Wi-Fi and lunch vouchers to use on campus.
Rose Bruford College Alumni Discounts
Alumni of Rose Bruford College undergraduate and postgraduate courses are entitled to a 5% discount on the full fee. Please contact us for further information
The programme is suited to those with some lighting experience wishing to improve or extend their skills, as well as to those with limited experience and will prove invaluable if you are taking your first steps into the profession or applying to related courses.
Based within the College’s lighting laboratories and theatre spaces this course will include a programme of stimulating and challenging classes and practical workshops in:
helping you to acquire understanding of the nature and attributes of light;
Teaching you to be aware of perceptual mechanisms and how the audience or spectator engage visually with a scene or performance;
Practical exercises to extend the designers’ imagination and to create a design response to received or found stimuli;
Processes and tools to place design within cultural, temporal, spatial and emotional landscapes;
Workshops and lectures exploring the tools, materials and the Health and Safety issues surrounding the work of the Lighting Designer.
Throughout these projects, you will explore light, perceptions and practical and design processes.
Terms and Conditions
Accommodation cost includes en-suite rooms, free Wi-Fi and lunch vouchers to use on campus.