Shakespeare Schools Festival @ Masque Theatre

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Western Cape
Masque Theatre
Western Cape
Thu, 6 May 2021 - Sat, 8 May 2021
R60 - R60

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The Shakespeare Schools Festival was launched in 2010, to strengthen the link between the Arts and Education, at its core, the festival is an educational program, aimed at improving language and social skills through the Performing Arts. We aim to unite children from diverse backgrounds in Southern Africa and empower them to transform their lives, using the unique power of theatre and the works of Shakespeare as the vehicle. Since its inception, the festival has become Africa's largest Shakespeare youth drama program and has worked with over 490 schools, 9000 youth, 670 teachers across the Western Cape, Gauteng, Kwa-Zulu Natal and the Eastern Cape.

  • - Health questionaire screening at all entrances with a temperature check.
  • - Each guest must produce either an ID card upon entrance to complete the health questionaire.
  • - All guests must wear masks and sanitise upon entrance into the property.
  • - Inside the venue, social distancing is adhered to.
  • - All drinks will be sold closed or with a lid on.
  • - All food are served with a cloche.
  • - The venue will only be filled up to 50% of the total capacity.

  • (Government Guidelines - please be guided by your own health status)

Select Venue

Western Cape
Masque Theatre
Western Cape
Thu, 6 May 2021 - Sat, 8 May 2021
R60 - R60

Venue


The Shakespeare Schools Festival was launched in 2010, to strengthen the link between the Arts and Education, at its core, the festival is an educational program, aimed at improving language and social skills through the Performing Arts. We aim to unite children from diverse backgrounds in Southern Africa and empower them to transform their lives, using the unique power of theatre and the works of Shakespeare as the vehicle. Since its inception, the festival has become Africa's largest Shakespeare youth drama program and has worked with over 490 schools, 9000 youth, 670 teachers across the Western Cape, Gauteng, Kwa-Zulu Natal and the Eastern Cape.

  • - Health questionaire screening at all entrances with a temperature check.
  • - Each guest must produce either an ID card upon entrance to complete the health questionaire.
  • - All guests must wear masks and sanitise upon entrance into the property.
  • - Inside the venue, social distancing is adhered to.
  • - All drinks will be sold closed or with a lid on.
  • - All food are served with a cloche.
  • - The venue will only be filled up to 50% of the total capacity.

  • (Government Guidelines - please be guided by your own health status)

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