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2019 StageSeen Offers


SPRING 2019

  • Romeo and Juliet (Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank)
  • Globe Theatre
  • Captioned & Integrated BSL Interpreted performance

 

LONDON SCHOOLS

  • Tuesday 19 March
  • 11.30 to 3.30
  • In-school, pre-show workshop on a date that suits you
  • Pre-show tour of stage, props and costumes
  • FREE to London State Schools
ALL OTHER DEAF GROUPS AND INDIVIDUALS
  • Wednesday 20 March
  • 10.30 to 3.30
  • Pre-show workshop on the morning of the performance (venue TBC)
  • Pre-show tour of stage, props and costumes
  • £10 per student, £12.50 per adult
Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank is the Globe Theatre’s flagship project for secondary and A-level students. Created for young people and designed to support teaching English in the National Curriculum, the acclaimed series delivers thrilling 90-minute fully-staged versions of Shakespeare’s plays.
 
Each attending group of deaf young people will get a free, pre-show workshop. This will be fully accessible to all communication styles, delivered using spoken English and BSL or SSE (depending on the group’s preference). For London state schools, this will take place in-school on a date before the performance. For all other groups, the workshops will take place at a venue near the Globe on the morning of 20th March.
 
The workshops are designed to prepare the students with an understanding of the plot by physical exploration of the characters and text.

ABOUT PLAYING SHAKESPEARE: 



Daytrippers Day Trip Travel Grants

Daytrippers is a children’s charity which creates opportunities to students with disabilities and their families by providing funding for day trips. If your school group might be interested in applying for a grant to attend a Mousetrap event through this organisation, please visit the Daytrippers Website.

John Lyon's Charity: School explorer fund

The School Explorer Fund is open to all state primary schools and special schools (primary or secondary) in Barnet, Brent, Camden, Ealing, Harrow, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster. 

Grants awarded under this fund are available to help schools access and take part in Arts activities at the many high class institutions in London. Activities could include visits to the theatre, a musical experience or to a museum or art gallery.

For more information and to fill out an application form, please visit the JOHN LYON'S WEBSITE

 

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