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Youth Theatres

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Publications

Order

 

Order in the Chaos
by Danielle Mackenzie

This new practical resource book by Danielle Mackenzie published by London Drama provides teachers with seven exciting units of work and materials designed for the GCSE Edexcel Drama Examintion, New Specification, helping to organise "Order" in all that potential "Chaos".

Published as a downloadable E-Book.

More info and download here


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Black and Asian Plays Anthology £9.95

Black and Asian Plays Anthology

Black and Asian Plays Anthology £9.95

Introduction by Afia Nkrumah
With a Bibliography by Susan Croft

HARVEST
MANJULA PADMANABHAN
Onassis Award Winning play
A play about the trade in human organs from the Third World.
As broadcast on the BBC World Service

UNDER THEIR INFLUENCE
WAYNE BUCHANAN
Time Out Critics' Choice
The play raises questions about the way black people are perceived and treated in the mental health system. As featured on BBC' TV's Newsnight.

CALCUTTA KOSHER
SHELLEY SILAS
Pick of the Day–Sunday Times
Set in the Indian Jewish Comm-unity in Calcutta, a family secret is revealed.
As broadcast on BBC Radio 4

MADE IN ENGLAND
PARV BANCIL
Time Out Critics' Choice
A play about losing your cultural identity as the price of success.

BROTHER TO BROTHER
MICHAEL MCMILLAN
Exploring the experience of being black and male in Britain.

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Starting Your Professional Career as a Drama Teacher

Led by Drama Tutors
London Drama extends a welcome to all new PGCE Drama students by our annual drama event. Three practical drama workshops giving you loads of ideas, starters and schemes of work! Network with other PGCE Drama students! Not to be missed!
Saturday 11th October 2014: 10am-3.30pm
Venue: Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, WC1H 0AL.
More info and to book at Students Welcome.


The Making of The Muddy Choir

Theatre Centre in partnership with London Drama invites you to a CPD session around the making of a show for young people: The Muddy Choir by Jessie Briton.
Wednesday 24 September at Greenwich Theatre.
CPD session: 5pm; show: 7.30pm.
More info and to book at The Muddy Choir.


Surveys

 

Drama Networks Survey

Are you in an active local network for drama teachers? Would you like to be? Take the LD Drama Network Survey here.


GCSE Drama Take Up Survey

Has EBacc undermined GCSE Drama take up? Take the survey here.


Courses Survey

We are always keen to hear what courses we can run for you. Please take our Courses survey here.


Mapping Drama Practice

Take the Survey of Drama Practice: it will only take a minute


Organisations

STEP

STEP is a borough-wide partnership linking the theatre community and education and youth sector in the London Borough of Southwark.
STEP aims to equalise, extend and deepen the theatre and drama experience of all young people living in Southwark through the development of strategic partnerships between schools, youth and community groups and theatres and performing arts organisations.
STEP's objective is to work closely with Southwark schools, youth and community groups and theatres and performing arts organisations to develop creative approaches to learning and provide innovative projects which stimulate children and young people's personal development and contribute to their educational attainment.

Find out more here.