THEATRE OF DEBATE
January 2014 Hungry by Sarah Daniels - Touring
This Theatre of Debate® programme is designed for a whole year group aged 14 plus and consists of a stimulating performance and a thought-provoking, facilitated audience debate around food and behaviour change, enhanced by electronic voting technology. In addition the project is supported by preparatory worksheets and follow up resources, available online.
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Y Touring works with 'I'm a Scientist' for the Hungry Tour
I am a scientist have created The Hungry Zone on their website for our audiences to explore the science behind Hungry in depth through asking questions raised by the play to real scientists who are currently researching about hunger and obesity. Online audiences will be able to ask the I am a Scientist team of 5 food and nutrition experts, questions and have half an hour live chats with the experts from January until Easter 2014.
To find out more, email to Adele Geddes
The Food Debate
The Future of Food Debate, April 24th 2013. Graphical interpretation by Shakeeb Abu Hamdan.
Meet our Expert Group and watch their presentations
Solve the 'Hungry' puzzle
November 1st 2013 Y Touring lecture for Digital October
Digtial October presenter Yulia Lesnikova introduces Nigel Townsend
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October 2014 Y Touring at the Bloomsbury Festival
Sam Hudson as Ashley, Carol Macready as Ruby, Richard Linley as Xavier, Heather Bleasdale as Suzanna in a reading of Hungry by Sarah Daniels
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Stunted Trees and Broken Bridges - on the big screen
A scene from the film Stunted trees and Broken Bridges featuring Tom Leach as Miles
"A chance to participate in excellent live theatre that is thought provoking and a worthwhile use of time- lots of meaningful follow up could be done in several curriculum areas.'
Teacher, Stunted Trees and Broken Bridges 2013 Tour
Stunted Trees and Broken Bridges is a new play by award winning writer Ben Musgrave (Breathing Country). Y Touring toured Stunted Trees and Broken Bridges in Spring 2013 , a film of a live performance is now available for schools.
Stunted Trees and Broken Bridges targets pupils aged 14+ and engages its audiences in an informed debate about the ethical, social and legal issues arising from the development and impact of 'emerging neurotechnologies'. The production also explores the profound questions raised for personality, identity, responsibility and liberty, by progress in neuroscience.
This Theatre of Debate® film is supported by preparatory worksheets and follow up resources, available online.
To find out how to obtain the film Stunted Trees and Broken Bridges email Adele Geddes
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