Much Ado About Tybalt

An online practical Drama workshop exploring the implications of Tybalt's death in Romeo and Juliet
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London Drama in partnership with National Drama

Quite often we forget about what happens to Tybalt within the story of Romeo and Juliet, and the consequences his death has on the Capulet family as a whole – but what if we heard about these stories? In this workshop (aimed at KS3 ages – 11-14) led by Oliver Bailey, we will practically explore the consequences of the death of Tybalt on the Capulet family – using techniques such as Dorothy Heathcote’s Teacher In Role. This will be a practical workshop so be prepared to take part!

Oliver Bailey is a current trainee Secondary Drama teacher at Goldsmiths. During his placements this year he has had success in teaching Shakespeare in a practical and engaging way. This allows students to fully engage with their learning in what is (for most) quite a difficult subject matter. He is also interested in taking this teaching online, adapting and refining his methods of teaching to work best in the online environment that we all find ourselves in. He hopes you enjoy the workshop.


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Date

25 Feb 2021

Time

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Cost

Free

Location

Online
London Drama

Organizer

London Drama
Website
http://www.londondrama.org/

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