Learners exposed to the power of theatre

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Brooklyn Prince, Sindiswa Seyisi, Sabelo Nqonqoza and Liyanda Tini during a previous Shakespeare Schools Festival.
Brooklyn Prince, Sindiswa Seyisi, Sabelo Nqonqoza and Liyanda Tini during a previous Shakespeare Schools Festival.

THE Shakespeare Schools Festival will take place at the Little Theatre in Port Elizabeth from 17 to 18 September and schools from Uitenhage are encouraged to register to be part of this exciting programme.

Shafiq Kalumo, festival co-ordinator and founder of Linga Creatives, said schools need to register before the end of April, as only six schools can be accommodated.

The Shakespeare Schools Festival was launched during 2010 with the aim to strengthen the link between arts and education.

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