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Drama - Dates for your diary

12 May 2016

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13th June - IGCSE Drama students present 3 extracts from KINDERTRANSPORT by Diane Samuels, a play about the life of a young Jewish girl and the hardships of leaving her mother in Germany as she is fostered in England before the outbreak of WW2.  There will also be some historical background information from Y9 history students and a chance to discuss the play and issues around it.

14th June - Year 9 students present an abridged version of the timeless Romantic tragedy:  Romeo and Juliet.  Students have been studying the play in English and Drama lessons and want to share their interpretation with you.