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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 23.196 Wednesday, 23 May 2012
Date: May 22, 2012 5:05:35 PM EDT
Subject: Half-price offer for the Worlds Together Conference
A message from Tracy Irish, Education Programme Developer for the World Shakespeare Festival:
Through a grant provided by the British Council to support the World Shakespeare Festival, produced by the RSC for London 2012, we are delighted to offer a 50% discount on a three day pass to our Worlds Together conference, 6- 8 September at Tate Modern in London.
World Together is an international conference exploring the value of Shakespeare and the arts in young people’s lives. It is a collaboration between Tate Modern, The British Museum, The National Theatre and The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) drawing together different disciplines to ask what is at stake for children’s cultural lives today. The Shakespeare strand of this special three day event is for artists and educators passionate about teaching Shakespeare. It offers exclusive access to leading artists and practitioners through a range of workshops, discussions, seminars and key note addresses.
The conference pass includes access to the full three day programme of workshops, keynotes, panel discussions and presentations, free entry to the ‘Staging the World’ exhibition at the British Museum and offers for other cultural events connected to the London 2012 festival. A limited number of conference passes are available on a first come, first served basis at £195 (full price is £395).
For further details of the conference, please click on ‘Worlds Together conference’ from the drop down menu at www . worldshakespearefestival . org . uk/education