Shakespeare in Schools Festival 2014

Your chance to see your students perform on stage at The Alhambra Studio with Shakespeare Schools Festival - Thursday 13th March, 1.30pm at St. Stephen's Primary.

Shakespeare Schools Festival – the UK's largest Youth Drama Festival – are currently offering Primary, Secondary and Special Schools the chance to perform on stage at The Alhambra Studio space.

Festival Coordinator Liam from the SSF team will be up in Bradford to meet teachers and talk about joining SSF. He’ll be happy to discuss any aspect of the project and his contact details are also below if you’d like to get in touch before he arrives.

Schools that performed abridged half hour Shakespeare plays in the 2013 Festival have said:

"It was fantastic to see the children up there and having the chance to showcase skills their parents may have never seen before. Just magical.”

St. Stephen's CE Primary School, Bradford

"The kids have been buzzing all day and the feedback from staff and parents has been phenomenal. I can’t recommend this program enough."

Fulneck School, Pudsey

"I thoroughly enjoyed the experience."

St. Joseph's Catholic College, Bradford

SSF is a charity supported by the Department for Education and schools are already registering for the 2014 Festival.

Taking part in the Festival includes training for Teachers in directing, a rehearsal on stage for your students and then the performance night at The Alhambra Studio.

Your school would be performing to an audience of parents, friends and family alongside other schools from the local area.

 

For more information about joining SSF you can pop in and meet Liam (see below), call SSF directly on 020 7601 1826 or visit the website: www.ssf.uk.com/how-it-works.

Liam will be at St. Stephen’s CofE Primary School Qube- From 1.30pm on Thursday 13th March 2014

 

R.S.V.P on 01274 731698 to help with refreshments

 


Information

Published: 03/03/2014
Audience: Primary, special and secondary school heads, senior teachers, heads of drama, teachers.
Contact: Lesley Heathcote

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