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 TDAU2-1819_001_Cover B01.inddAutumn 2 – 2018/19

The International Youth Arts Festival celebrates its tenth anniversary; the Oracy Leaders Programme encourages teachers to place spoken language skills at the centre of the curriculum; exploring events through verbatim theatre; and the ‘Mantle of the Expert’ approach helps students to find meaning through improvisation and discussion.

Plus, the new Amateur Theatre Festival breaks down the boundaries between professional and non-professional theatre; Big Brum introduce their wide range of Theatre-in-Education programmes and current touring production looking at the legacy of the first world war; Birmingham-based theatre company Stan’s Cafe assists teachers in coming up with creative solutions to gaps in the curriculum; English Touring Theatre’s Othello begins a second UK tour; making the leap from classroom teacher to playwright; Augusto Boal and Forum Theatre; and should students be graded for drama except for KS4/5?

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