News: Technical Theatre
22 February 2017
The School's final production of the spring term brings Lanford Wilson's first major play to the Silk Street Theatre.
10 February 2017
Guildhall students return to the Broadway Theatre in Barking and Dagenham for the annual Dialogue festival
30 January 2017
Director/CEO of Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art takes over from Professor Sir Barry Ife
26 January 2017
The Guildhall School continues its spring drama performances with award-winning playwright, Nick Payne’s The Same Deep Water As Me.
24 January 2017
Guildhall School students will showcase specially-commissioned work for 16 performances in Tower Bridge's unique Bascule Chamber.
16 January 2017
Guildhall School presents ‘The New Librettist: The role of the writer in opera’ in partnership with The Royal Opera
The New Librettist conference will discuss the craft of the librettist and what it means to write the words of an opera in the 21st century.
31 December 2016
Professor Barry Ife awarded a Knighthood in the 2017 New Year Honours List for services to performing arts education
The first Principal of the Guildhall School to be knighted in office, Professor Ife has repositioned the institution within the higher education sector over his twelve years at the helm.
30 November 2016
Highlights include: the world premiere of The Tale of Januarie, John Harle london premiere of new works, British premiere of Tigran Mansurian’s Second Violin Concerto, The Same Deep Water As Me by Nick Payne and Lanford Wilson’s Balm in Gilead, plus Octet Cellophony and Guildhall Symphony Orchestra.
10 November 2016
Guildhall School Class of 2016 were presented with their degrees at Graduation Day 2016 alongside a distinguished group of Honorands who were made Fellows of the School.
01 November 2016
The first opera to be written in Middle English, composed by the School’s Head of Composition Julian Philips with libretto by Writer in Residence Stephen Plaice.