On Saturday afternoon, 17 August, STSD Conference Delegates met in the Globe’s Nancy Knowles Lecture Theatre ready for this seminar on Safeguarding and Inclusivity in Theatre. A Panel, including representatives from Theatre Management, Practitioners, Actors, etc., were invited to discuss
Keeping Kenya’s Orality Alive by Githanda Githae There is a famous phrase that goes, ‘When all other means of communication fail, try words’. Indeed this proves that oral skills are vital to each and every person in the whole world!
Live Farm Nativity I was very excited to be asked to take part in the Live Farm Nativity, Christmas 2018. This takes place each year at Kent Life Museum, Maidstone. We had our first and only rehearsal on Tuesday 4th
Attached below, a photo of Ann Jones with Varuni Jayasekera, at a Society meeting whilst she was in Sri Lanka last month. “I spoke of current activities and then we had a question And answer session. It was lovely to see
“A FUTURE FOR CULTURAL EDUCATION” On 14th December, in central London, Policy UK are organising a discussion on the above topic. Tony Brabin MP, Shadow Minister for Early Years, and Lord Clement-Jones, former Liberal-Democrat spokesman for the Creative Industries
Thérèse Williams and Lynne Collinson were honoured to represent STSD by private invitation to attend a memorial symposium for Yukio Ninagawa the highly regarded Japanese Director who died last year age 80. His insight into directing Shakespeare’s Macbeth was unique
Member Jayne Buchanan at the Word’s Worth museum in the children’s dressing up corner. She was egged on to dress up by Thérèse!