Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank

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March 6, 2015

Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank at the Globe

Each year since 2007, Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank has helped 11-18 year olds get to grips with Shakespeare through fast, colourful and edgy productions designed especially for them.

This year, by purchasing tickets to see the production Deutsche Bank employees have supported the programme and helped to enable 18,297 students from 222 state schools in London and Birmingham to attend for free; as well as nearly 200 teachers participating in training as part of their continuing professional development.

The intrigue and delight of those that attended is captured by the photography depicted below, taken at the event.



In addition to the theatre production, students will have benefited from workshops, teacher training and a dedicated website to enrich the study of Shakespeare and support the school curriculum – all for free.

Look out for the adverts appearing in print and online in the FT asking the question ‘Why teach Shakespeare?’. To watch the film which accompanies the advert click here.

To watch Patrick Spottiswoode, Director of Globe Education discuss the programme on London Live please click here




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Last Update: March 11, 2015
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