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The readings are part of a festival celebrating Ovid’s imagination and influence on literature and drama today that also includes adaptions by Brad Birch and Ted Hughes. I’m thrilled to be in such great company Download The Ball Flip.
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These new plays for 8-11 year old children (upper KS2) introduce young audiences to a special selection of three tales from Ovid, adapted by Amber Hsu, including Pyramus and Thisbe (whom Shakespeare turned into Romeo and Juliet and who also feature in A Midsummer Night’s Dream) and a young boy called Phaeton who wants to drive his father’s chariot – and take the sun around the earth with him too 버드박스 자막 다운로드.
These classic tales transport us into forgotten worlds and introduce us to characters that we will continue to meet throughout Shakespeare’s plays YouTube.
This special performance features staged readings of three tales from Ovid, brought to life by RSC actors. Join us for an unforgettable introduction to Ovid’s stories.
Supporting education resources and workshops will also be available.
Dates: 10 and 12 October 2017
Times: 10.30am and 1.30pm
Venue: The Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon
Price: £10 for adults, £5 for children and young people