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Speech & Drama

PRESIDENT: THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR OF BATH.  PRINCIPAL SPONSOR: THE ROPER FAMILY CHARITABLE TRUST.  REGISTERED CHARITY No 1166938

CHANGES TO THE SPEECH AND DRAMA 2021 SYLLABUS

 

We hope to run the majority of S&D classes as normal but in an ever fluid climate it may be necessary to restrict the number of entries or limit audience numbers.

We will be accepting entries in the order they are completed from December 2020. Entries will deem to be completed on receipt of fee. Entries will close on 20th Jan but should we reach capacity in any class before that date we will post an update, so please watch this page.

We accept that depending on restrictions at the time, this may become a virtual festival with performances posted online.

We hope whether it is Live or Virtual to continue to keep the spirit of Festival buoyant and provide a positive experience for all entrants

 

There is a whole new interest in the world of performance

 

At the Mid-Somerset we try to combine all of the traditional elements you might expect to find in a Festival with a modern approach to Drama and the Performing Arts. Many of our classes address the requirements of the National Curriculum and the creation of original work is actively encouraged.

 

The quest to keep the syllabus fresh and relevant is an ongoing task and each year brings additions and deletions to our core programme.

 

The joy of Speech and Drama is that it is accessible to everyone. No equipment necessary – all you need is enthusiasm, and the benefits are enormous. The pursuit of excellence in performance will inevitably lead to the development of communication skills in general thus helping our young people to prepare for the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead.

 

Browse through our pages and download the syllabus – from Story Telling to Shakespeare we are sure to have something to appeal to you.