Taking theatre into primary schools
Posted by: Just Film
Date added: Tue 02 Feb 2010
Production has just finished on two DVDs of drama productions mounted by MakeBelieve Arts in South London primary schools . The plays, Gulliver's Travels and The Woman who Cooked Everything were performed by four professional actors during the autumn term of 2009. Trailers for both productions can be viewed at www.justfilm.co.uk/MakeBelieve.html
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