Arc news: October 2007
Stereo Interactive by Clifford Oliver, directed by Carole Pluckrose
Arc is delighted to announce details of Stereo's latest tour of secondary schools for autumn 2007.
Touring for six weeks during October and November, the Stereo performance and workshop programme is performing extensively to schools in Brent, Barnet, Enfield and Islington. Here are the details:
4 to 17 October - Brent Schools
Performances in eight schools sponsored by The Brent Community Safety Partnership working with the Neighbourhood Renewal Team for Stonebridge and Harlesden and 'Not Another Drop'.
Also a private evening Gala performance on Tuesday 16 October.
9 to 11 October - Barnet Schools
Performances in four schools sponsored by Barnet EBP.
29 October to 2 November- Enfield Schools
Performances in five schools sponsored by Enfield EBP and The Tom Easton Flavasum Trust.
5 to 16 November- Islington Schools
Performances in ten schools sponsored by Islington CEA and The Tom Easton Flavasum Trust.
**Extra public performance on Tuesday 13 November at Dreams Nightclub, NW10. For more information, please call Arc on 020 8594 1095**
Stop press notice for teachers - limited dates still available
There are still a very limited number of dates available on this tour for Enfield and Islington schools to book a performance of Stereo. Programmes can be booked as a one-hour performance with workshop, for an audience of 120. Please contact Theresa Snooks, Communications Manager on 020 8594 1095 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for availability and prices.
Originally commissioned by the Avon & Somerset Criminal Justice Board to explore the journey of a 16 year-old boy through the Criminal Justice System, Arc's Stereo programme was first produced for schools in 2005.
Due to exceptional demand, Stereo returns to secondary schools this autumn as a powerful and effective new resource to support the teaching of National Curriculum Citizenship for Years 10 and 11. With particular reference to Unit 2 (Crime - young people and car crime) and Unit 3 (Challenging racism and discrimination) of the QCA Schemes of Work, the Stereo programme provides a challenging and engaging tool for stimulating debate amongst young people. The programme can also be used across other areas of the curriculum, including English, PSHE, Drama, RE and Social Sciences at both Key Stage 4 and in the Sixth Form.
Download full Stereo support notes for teachers (PDF, 841k)
Stereo programme (cast list may differ)...