Tron Studio is our adult community drama company where members meet regularly throughout the year for skills development workshops, as well as to attend theatre performances and create their own work. Working with director Fraser MacLeod, the group will create a newly devised piece, Chimera.
"It was an absolutely fantastic experience. I started out doing it as a way to meet new people and to accomplish a long held ambition to perform on a stage, and I did it in a grand style that I couldn't have imagined a year ago!! Before Tron Studio last year I had trouble speaking confidently in front of a room full of people. Now, I well and truly have the bug, and I'm incredibly keen to do more performance, and to find a way to incorporate a practical involvement with theatre into my life and career. It really, really has been a magical self discovery." -- Cast member, Under Milk Wood, Home Nations Festival 2014
Tron Studio is currently fully subscribed for the coming year. To register your interest in future Tron Studio projects please contact Tron Box Office on 0141 552 4267.
Love to sing? The artists formerly known as The Arches Community Choir have now made the Tron their home. As one, they’ve belted choons from Arctic Monkeys to Hall & Oates to Taylor Swift… and performed at events including Pride, T in the Park and the West End Festival.
Rehearsals are on Mondays from 6.30 – 8.30pm. Come expecting a relaxed and fun environment. There are no auditions, anyone is welcome, zero experience required. Find Out More >>
Designed for writers old and new, the content of each session is customized to address the needs, questions and interests of each writer present. This course offers fresh insights, new strategies and the tools, motivation and inspiration to support writers to get the best out their creative process. Each block includes a ticket to a theatre performance and a one-to-one surgery session with the tutor to focus on current work.
22 Sep, 6 Oct, 27 Oct & 1 Dec
Surgery session Sat 10 Nov
£90 /£80 concession per term
Participants will explore the creative process of designing for a theatre production. The course is directly linked to our autumn main stage production Ballyturk. Participants will learn about and explore the genre of absurdist theatre, explore themes form the text of Ballyturk, learn about script analysis, concept development, research process and model-making whilst exploring ideas around colour, shape, tone and mood.
This course is suitable for:
Sundays, 9 Sep – 7 Oct (excluding 23 Sep)
10.30am - 4.30pm, £120 (£110)
Includes all materials + one ticket for a Tron Theatre Company production.
To find out more please contact Creative Learning Manager Lisa Keenan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Tron Box Office on 0141 552 4267 to book directly.