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Kadhija Raza, Set & Costume Designer

Kadhija Raza, Set & Costume Designer

Theatre Makers of the future assemble!: Kadhija Raza, Set & Costume Designer

First Published 2 November 2018, Last Updated 5 November 2018

There are just over two weeks to go before TheatreCraft 2018 – and we can’t wait! So in case you haven’t already, book out the date of Monday 19 November for the UK’s largest free careers event for young people interested in offstage theatre jobs!

Ahead of the event, we’ve asked the six inspiring theatre makers who front the TheatreCraft 2018 campaign to give some insights into their chosen careers, the best advice they got when starting out, and why careers events like TheatreCraft are worth attending. Our first interview was with producer Debbie Hicks, our second with Lighting Designer Rajiv Pattani, our third with Company Manager Sunita Hinduja, and our fourth with Head of Armoury Daniel Walker.

Next up is Set & Costume Designer Kadhija Raza, who talks about starting out in her career, inspiring advice she’s received and why TheatreCraft is so important for young people looking for guidance and ideas about an offstage job in theatre.

And for a non-scientific diagnosis as to your ideal behind-the-scenes career, why not try our quiz?


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TheatreCraft 2018 will take place on Monday 19 November, 9.30am-4.30pm, at the Waldorf Hilton Hotel.

If you’re aged 16-30 and want to explore the different theatre jobs behind the curtain, book your free place on the TheatreCraft website.


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