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In this issue

With pressures on schools to offer creative outlets for students, it is vital that theatres and outside bodies continue to thrive. One such is the Chichester Festival Theatre, with its longstanding reputation for providing incredible opportunities for young performers and in this issue, our ‘Big Interview’ is with Justin Audibert, recently installed as the new Artistic Director and determined to continue this fine tradition.
Also in this issue, we chat to the team behind Wonder Fools, offering fantastic opportunities across Scotland and beyond for young people and communities to engage with and be empowered by the arts. Plus we met the driving force behind the Jack Studio theatre, a multi-award-winning venue, recently awarded ‘London Pub Theatre of the Year’ plus an Artistic Director Award in the Offies.
We pay a visit to the highly ranked Guildhall School of Music and Drama to discover the broad range of options now offered across music, drama and production, providing lifelong learning and training for children, young people, adult learners, and creative and business professionals. A ‘cross-discipline’ approach to teaching the arts in schools is championed by Susan Elkin in this issue’s ‘Pause for Thought’ piece and we chat to young actor/singer Gil Sidaway as he embarks on his career.
With the summer term and exam season upon us, the end of the year is in sight, so remember to always look on the bright side of life…

Ink Pellet Magazine Description:

PublisherBubbles Publishing Ltd




Ink Pellet - the arts magazine for teachers. Published (since 1998) six times a year to coincide with the start of each new school term, Ink Pellet aims to keep English and Drama teachers updated on the latest news and views from the worlds of theatre, arts, dance and literature. Informative features assist in organising theatre and gallery trips, lesson planning, advice for school drama productions and for students looking to further their studies in the arts. Ink Pellet brings together interviews with the very best authors, producers, performers and educators, showcasing the most talked about exhibitions and includes a comprehensive What’s On section, plus theatre and book reviews, written by our growing band of teacher-reviewers.

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