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Shakespeare Challenge Winner

Prithviraj (Yr 11) awarded joint 3rd place in global competition

  • Shakespeare Global Theatre Challenge Winner
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  • Prithviraj (Yr 10) Shakespeare Global Theatre Challenge
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  • Felix (Yr 10) Shakespeare Global Theatre Challenge
  • Global Campus Shakespeare Challenge

To commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in 2016, the Global Campus held a very special competition this year. Students from our Nord Anglia Education family of schools worldwide were asked to submit video entries for two categories of challenge.

(Click here to see the all results, compiled by NAIS Hong Kong)

(Click here to see Prithviraj's winning video)

The first challenge, open to both primary and secondary aged students, involved the performance of one of his most famous monologues, ‘All the world’s a stage..’ at an iconic location in the students host country. The entries will be joint together over the coming weeks to form a final performance, showcasing the wonderful countries that we have schools in.

 
The secondary category of challenge was open to secondary aged students and involved submission of a video performance of any chosen Shakespearean soliloquy. Our Year 10 IGCSE drama class all submitted videos and the two entries chosen for the worldwide competition were from Felix and Prithviraj. We are really pleased to announce that Prithviraj was awarded joint 3rd place in the worldwide competition! Well done to all students who took part and congratulations once again to Prithviraj.

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