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Writing in Education - Vol. 28 - Theatre


In this issue:

A dialogic soap opera
Pamela Nichols provides an update from Wits Writing Centre in South Africa.
Commuting between genres
Carol Rumens, Berlie Doherty, Philip Gross and Jeremy Hooker answer questions from Bryan Podmore.
Habitats for Writers
Patrick Wildgust writes about Laurence Sterne at Shandy Hall.
High Performance Tales
Sally Pomme Clayton explains how drama and storytelling can work so well at Key Stage 1.
If you ain't got the script, you ain't got the show
John Alcock reflects on the value of playwriting workshops.
Learning to Write?
Sarah Woods describes the MPhil in Playwriting at Birmingham University.
Linking Schools in Birmingham and Seoul
Peter Wynne-Willson describes his transnational theatre project (with a nod to the World Cup).
Model Lives
Hugh Haughton's talk from the Writing Together Conference in York, focusing on non-fiction in primary schools.
Talking-up the Poetry Reading
Anne-Marie Fyfe on the history and success of the Troubadour Coffee-House.
The Hurst - The John Osborne Arvon Centre
Paul Warwick introduces the new venue - and some new schemes.
The Tortoise and the Writer
A short piece of literary non-fiction by Sue Gee.
The Worcester Swan Discovery Programme
Kim Greengrass and Philip Monks give an account of their Pinocchio theatre-in-schools project.

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