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Greek Drama Day at KCL

31 January

Greek Drama Day – King’s College London, Friday 31 January 2020, 1.30pm We are delighted to offer an exciting day of talks and workshops for school students and teachers of Ancient Greek Drama, entirely for free. This day will explore some of the big issues facing those studying, teaching, and staging Ancient Greek Drama, including how to make it accessible to contemporary audiences and just what to do with the chorus. All of the sessions will be delivered by expert scholars (including Prof. Edith Hall) and theatre practitioners (including Dr Marchella Ward). Due to high demand for spaces on the Greek Drama Day, those wanting to sign up are invited to express their interest ahead of a booking period opening later in December. To join this notification list please contact the Staff Liaison for the King’s Greek Play, Daniel Jolowicz (daniel.jolowicz@kcl.ac.uk). This event is attached to the 2020 King’s Greek Play, ‘Dionysus in the Underworld’, a bilingual Ancient Greek – English adaptation of Aristophanes’ Frogs and Euripides’ Bacchae. Tickets for the play can be booked here: https://estore.kcl.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/academic-faculties/faculty-of-arts-humanities/department-of-classics/dionysus-in-the-underworld-bacchae-frogs-kings-greek-play-2020 3. King’s Classics mailing list for teachers Anyone who would like to join the King’s Classics mailing list for teachers, in order to get direct notifications of Classics events at Kings, should click on the following link: https://app.geckoform.com/public/#/modern/FOEU02cd2rXEv8n3

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