David Tennant Takes Part In A Creative Conversation At The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland


David Tennant has returned to Glasgow to visit his old training ground The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland to take part in a creative conversation with current students.
He is to be awarded an Honorary Doctor of Drama in a graduation ceremony tomorrow. He studied drama at the Conservatoire from 1988 to 1991, when it was known as the Royal Scottish Academy Of Music And Drama.

David, who can be seen in the photo above chatting to Lecturer Andy Dougan, took to the stage this afternoon to speak about his time at the Conservatoire and about his acting career since.
Tweeting about the event the official RCS account noted: "Great to hear David Tennant talking about how he started in RCS Juniors and how he 'grew up' during his time here."


Photo Credits: @RCStweets and @janetteharkess

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