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London, United Kingdom
Singapore International Storytelling Festival 2014
1 – 9 September / The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane
The 2014 Singapore International Storytelling Festival (SISF) focuses on the adaptation of stories across various forms and languages. It marks the Bard's 450th anniversary with a performance and masterclass that examines Shakespeare's sources and the translation of his works into the spoken form.
NARRATIVE AND CROSS-CURRICULAR DEVELOPMENT
6 September / 9.30am – 12.30pm / The Arts House
This workshop highlights the research into narrative as an effective communication tool. It will provide participants with easy to use techniques and exercises that will enhance the educational experience of pupils of all ages. It will cover some of the latest pedagogical findings in neuro-science and narrative - explaining why these links actually work.
About the facilitator
Katrice Horsley was born in Birmingham in the UK. The UK Storyteller Laureate (2012 – 2014) and co-founder of the ‘The Storytelling Café,’ an incredibly successful storytelling event for adult audiences, Katrice has a lyrical and captivating performance style that she has used at performances in China, Mexico, Argentina, Peru, Belgium, Ghana, Kenya and Europe.
Other Festival Programmes
Workshops for children
Congress, Workshops and Masterclass on Storytelling
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