College / University Membership

We are proud members of MTN and endorse its proactive and exciting approach to new writing. Studying new work is a crucial part of any drama students training and I believe more colleges would benefit from supporting this groundbreaking organisation. I have used MTN as a networking organisation, a source of valuable information and a benchmark of professionalism when seeking new works to produce or study.” Adrian Jeckells – Principal/Course Producer – London School of Musical Theatre

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By becoming a member of Musical Theatre Network you will join a growing community – including Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, London School of Musical Theatre, Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Guildford School of Acting  – all committed to building links between each other and into the industry and in seeking out and developing the best in musical theatre. We would love you to join us.

College membership of Musical Theatre Network costs just £200 per year . 

If you want to join, but require an invoice first, register here.

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Benefits include

 

Round table discussions with other University members.

Weekly mailouts to our extensive mailing list to promote your school / course

Direct connections into the musical theatre industry

Free or heavily discounted entrance fee to our calendar of events (discounts apply to all staff)

Introductions to musical theatre writers from Mercury Musical Developments (MMD)

Your voice represented at a national level through our advocacy and lobbying initiatives

Networking events throughout the year

25% discount on our annual conference (discounts apply to all staff)

Industry Newsletter every two months

Support and guidance

 

 

Current Members

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