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In this issue

In this issue, we look at the Schools Without Walls initiative at The Egg, in Bath, proving that a creative learning environment can have a positive impact on learning across the curriculum, and at the fabulous role the Lyric in Hammersmith is playing within its community to ensure access to the arts for all.

The Big Interview in this issue is with the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Director of Education, Jacqui O’Hanlan, who implores you to get your students up on their feet to truly experience Shakespeare, plus we delve into the excellent online resources offered by Digital Theatre+, enabling students access to arts content wherever they are located.
Graham Hooper, our resident exhibition contributor, guides us through Abstract Impressionism at the Royal Academy and we take a magic carpet ride with Disney’s Aladdin and the new education resources supporting this West End hit. We dropped into the National Youth Theatre’s 60th anniversary gala and the Young Adult Literature Weekender at the Southbank – further examples of creative arts creating opportunities for students.

And as we are about to hit panto season, we caught up with Lloyd Hollett, stand-up comedian and a regular performer in the Marlowe’s annual offering, to find out why this is his favourite time of the year.

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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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