Prop Workshop in the Alexander Building, Thornlea in use by first year Undergraduates working on Research & Performance module, January 2012

Workshop session with first year undergraduates


The workshop in the Alexander Building is a light, airy space for the construction of props, small items of scenery, and puppet and mask-making.

It's equipped with plenty of bench space, a selection of paints and glues and is located on the ground floor of the building next to the car park for easy loading.

Students on the Puppetry, Research & Performance and Practical Essay modules make extensive use of the space.

Additionally there is a large storage bay which is used by students throughout the Department for storage of props and small items of furniture required by modules.