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Did you attend one of our drama festivals? Or have you watched some of our performances and talks on the website? Please let us know - your feedback helps us keep the Drama Festival running!

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Feedback from previous workshops:

'Students thought the facilities were lovely, and really enjoyed going to a University to explore what it would be like. We were clearly guided as to where things were, and found everyone very helpful. It has re-confirmed for them that they want to go to University, and appreciated exploring whilst feeling comfortable with who they were with.'

'The performance was hilarious! It was really useful for the students to see how you had modernised the context (something they will also do for Lysistrata but without re-writing any part of it). It really appealed to their sense of humour (they loved, loved, loved the Harry Potter puppets!) so you pitched it just right. Well done to all involved - the students said they haven't laughed so much in ages!'

'Now that I know more about ancient theatre, I am able to understand plays more. I think I enjoy theatre more now.'

'The day opened my mind up to how Roman theatre worked, and what was considered entertainment.'

'Today's talks have inspired me to research more into classics.'

'Today has taught me that Greek theatre is still just as important in today's society.'