Solar Bear

16 November 2016


Introducing Victoria Paulo and her role at Solar Bear as Company Support Manager and to offer support to members and those interested in becoming involved in the arts. There are information about some of the new classes and funding that are now available that run in partnership with the Royal Conservative Scotland (RCS).

All courses are accessible for D/deaf and HoH students and are taught bi-lingually in BSL and English.

This information is being sent out to groups local to Glasgow and Nationally; please note that the Transitions 20/40 programme covers the cost of travel, Accommodation and access for RCS lifelong learning courses.

Read on for the different dates:

Wednesday evenings 7pm - 9pm Deaf Youth Theatre, run by Solar Bear.

Sessions take place at Scottish Youth Theatre, 105 Brunswick St, Glasgow, G1 1TF.

There is currently a waiting list so please contact: by email/FaceTime to be added to the list.

New places will be available in January 2017. Cost £3.00 per week.

Age range 12 yrs to 22yrs.

Tuesday evenings 6.30pm - 8.30pm Deaf Theatre Skills, run by Solar Bear in partnership with the RCS.

Sessions take place at the RCS either at 100 Renfrew St, Glasgow, G2 3DB (main campus) or Spiers Lock Studios, Garscube Rd, Glasgow, G4 9RR.

Apply online:, lifelong learning, drama, weekly classes.

Course starts 10th Jan 2017. Cost £316.00 for the year, costs can be paid in monthly instalments and scholarships and bursaries are also available, contact: email /FaceTime to find out more.

Age range 16 years plus.

Transitions 20/40: This is a funding programme for people living within SIMD postcode groups 1 & 2. The funding will pay for travel, access and course costs for RCS life long learning courses. Anyone can apply for this funding regardless of age., transitions 20/40.

If you have any questions, require more information or would like a member of Solar Bear and/or the RCS to come and speak to you, please do not hesitate to contact:

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