Inspiring curiosity conference: the relationship between theatre and learning

Belgrade Theatre, 21st & 22nd October 2015

The Inspiring Curiosity Conference, marking the 50th Anniversary of Theatre in Education (TiE), will explore the relationship between theatre, education and learning, from the early inception of TiE at the Belgrade in 1965, through to current practise, and then to hopes, models and opportunities for the future.

The Inspiring Curiosity conference brings together a wide range of practitioners and academics to share some of the most cutting-edge ideas and practises in the interface between theatre and learning.  Building on the strong foundations of Theatre in Education, the conference will explore a wide range of participatory practises that have emerged over the last fifty years, and ask pertinent questions about what the future holds for drama, theatre and learning, particularly in the lives of children and young people.

Tickets for the conference can be booked for either one or both days.

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The Inspiring Curiosity Conference is being delivered in partnership with Coventry University and the University of Warwick, Coventry City Council, the Royal Shakespeare Company, Warwick Arts Centre and Big Brum.

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“I support drama in schools because there is no substitute for direct communication person to person.”

STEPHEN WYATT – TiE Alumni