This issue we’re looking at the rising prices of West End tickets – so we’re asking you …
What do you think? It’s time for you to have your say!
Vote and let us know what you think …
Read the opinions of our panellists in our NEW issue of Teaching Drama, out Thursday 17 May!
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Today The Guardian are asking in their poll – Do we all have a duty to campaign for the arts?
Do artists have to be activists? How much responsibility do performers and artists have to keeping the cause alive?
What about your position as a teacher of the arts? Is it important to stay involved in campaigning? Or is the reality that, you don’t really have that much time to ‘do your bit’? Let us know what you think.
Teacher-in-role… some love it, some hate it – it’s the marmite of teaching strategies.
In our newest issue of Teaching Drama (available Monday 17 October – visit our website to get yourself a copy), the experts have had their say. Sarah Nunn and Josie Clark made their case in support of acting in the classroom, while Ali Warren and Peter Jolly felt the practice often leads to some teachers just showing off.
But what do you think? It’s time for you to have your say!
Teaching Drama is moving with the times and now have our very own blog! It’s on here that we’ll post news, start debates and discussions, and most importantly interact with you.
We’d love for you to comment about what we’re covering and also tell us about things you’ve seen, taught or wondered about. Let us know what is on your mind, whether it be drama qualifications, drama and politics, or just the latest, greatest performance you’ve seen.