Glyndebourne Live: Dialogues Des Carmelites Glyndebourne’s first ever staging of an extraordinary 21st century tragedy inspired by true events. Painfully, rapturously beautiful, Poulenc’s opera is musical storytelling at its most viscerally powerful. Sunday, 19 July at 17.30. Glyndebourne Live: Alcina
This Spring: King John (RSC production from The Swan, Stratford) on 29 April, The Welkin (Maxine Peake and Cecilia Noble) on 21 May, Leopoldstadt (NT Live), Tom Stoppard’s critically acclaimed new play, on 23 June and Jack Absolute Flies Again
Speech and Drama teachers have many skills. As a teacher of speech and drama I am of the opinion that these come into play when organising a personal or business event, most particularly in the classroom and any learning environment.
Booking details of our 2020 Conference in Canterbury taking place from 20-23 August. 2020 Conference Flyer 2020 Conference application form
For those of you interested in the Conference in Canterbury there is a beautifully illustrated guidebook available for just £4.50, available from the Marlowe Society. Click the link below for more information. Canterbury_Guidebook
Note from our Editor: Word Matters Winter issue is now printed and should arrive at your house very soon.
December Blog by Penny Lambert I would like to share a voluntary activity which I do as a retired Speech & Drama teacher – that is reading with children in Primary School. So many teachers are so hard pressed to
STSD MEETS NAS (South Bucks Branch) In September my family visited The National History Museum, London. We had visited before, of course, but this trip was different and organised by the NAS (National Autistic Society) South Bucks – lead by
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Truth to tell, we began our day in a much more leisurely manner partaking of some very useful background information which led to the rise of dance in theatre. Good Queen Bess, it seems, favoured dancing the Galliard five times