S4K "STANDS UP FOR SHAKESPEARE"

S4K are delighted to support the launch of the RSC Stand Up For Shakespeare Campaign.

standup-logo.gif The RSC originally proposed to launch the Manifesto with Shakespeare 4 Kidz as JOINT AUTHORS but we are delighted to be associated with the document as a CO-SIGNATORY; however S4K followers will recognise the three main elements of the campaign - DO IT ON YOUR FEET - SEE IT LIVE - START IT EARLIER - as being the heart and ethos of all that Shakespeare 4 Kidz has stood for since its inception in 1996.

In a message of our full and unequivocal support for "Stand Up For Shakespeare", S4K Founder and Chief Executive Julian Chenery commented:

"Since our inception in 1996, Shakespeare 4 Kidz have pioneered a Creative Shakespeare Education programme amongst Junior and Primary Schools here and abroad. We are delighted that the RSC – through the Shakespeare Manifesto – now endorses the innovative techniques, creative ideas and good practices that form the heart of our unique work .

"Do it – see it – start early. Simple, yet brilliant. S4K is living testimony that the Manifesto’s three key points work; we are proud to support it and urge other stakeholders and practitioners to do so. Bravo RSC! Encore!"

Click more to find out how S4K support the campaign and how YOU can sign up too!

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DO IT ON YOUR FEET - Explore plays as performers do
Find out how you can book our acclaimed
Key Stage 2 Shakespeare Workshops for your school.

 

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SEE IT LIVE - Participate as members of a live audience
Find out where S4K's 5-star musical adaptations of ROMEO & JULIET and THE TEMPEST are playing near you



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START EARLIER - Experience Shakespeare from a younger age
Come to an S4K stage show - bring your school (or your own children) and see why millions of children and young people (and their teachers and parents) think Shakespeare 4 Kidz is the "ideal introduction to Shakespeare"


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You can SIGN UP in support of the manifesto and add your voice to the growing movement for change by following this link to the RSC site .

 
What they say about us:

"My 7 year old was riveted by the whole thing. But what struck me was how much I got as an adult out of the performance."