Events and Workshops for Students

We offer a wide range of events, workshops and conferences for young people from Key Stage 1 to undergraduate.

We offer practical opportunities to make Shakespeare vivid, accessible and enjoyable for young people aged five to 25 and their teachers, using approaches from our rehearsal rooms to help them make and develop their own interpretations of Shakespeare’s work.

From pre-show Insight Sessions, bespoke Student WorkshopsPrimary Open Days, For the Good of Rome 16-19 years Conference Series and the Sixth Form Conference: Twelfth Night there's something for everyone.

Sixth Form Conferences

AS and A Level specific days to help your students with their work on current productions at the RSC

First Encounters: The Tempest

Student Workshops

Learn about Shakespeare or any of the plays in the current RSC repertoire in these workshops for students from Key Stage 1 to Undergraduate

Student Insight Sessions

Pre-show sessions in the theatre invite students to work with members of the Acting Company and Creative Teams to explore the production

For The Good of Rome

A series of one-day conferences for 16-19 year olds exploring the themes of Shakespeare's Roman plays

Primary Open Day: A Christmas Carol

In January 2018 we're opening our doors to Primary students to unlock the process of creating and staging A Christmas Carol.

Opportunities for Warwickshire Schools

Special activities available exclusively for Warwickshire schools.

18-25's Summer School

Dive head first into the RSC with our immersive summer school for 18-25 year olds

Barbican Backstage RSC

Barbican Backstage Pass invites secondary-school aged students behind-the-scenes to work practically with RSC technical staff.

Postgraduate study in Shakespeare: open afternoon

Postgraduate study in Shakespeare an open afternoon at The Other Place, Stratford -upon-Avon

Telling tales: from Ovid’s stories to Shakespeare’s plays

Ovid’s stories were written over 2,000 years ago and inspired some of Shakespeare’s best-loved plays. These classic tales introduce us to characters that we will continue to meet throughout Shakespeare’s plays

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