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TDSP1-1718_001_Cover A01_0412BWM.inddSpring 1 – 2017/18

How forging relationships with local theatres can reap many education rewards; Eco Drama uses the power of the imagination to teach young people about the environment; and performance training with Blackpool Tower Dungeon’s resident actors.

 

Plus, Shakespeare Schools Foundation introduce the world’s largest youth drama festival; the schools employing dance and physical theatre companies to broaden students’ access to theatre; Hair the musical’s 50th anniversary production; regulating amateur productions; Pegasus Theatre’s SPARK programme emerging artists; and is Shakespeare given too much prominence at the expense of other 16th- and 17th- century playwrights?

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