Puntolingue is is proud to present ENGLISH THROUGH DRAMA – Practical ideas on how to use drama in teaching, an interactive workshop with Gary Fordham.
This interactive and educational workshop introduces participants to Great Britain, using entertaining stories and theatre. It is an introduction to life in the UK by exploring its history and culture. This workshop will show you how to present students with a range of British cultural experiences. Famous British people and events, past and present, will come to life, as you will assist in telling these fascinating stories of The Royal Family, King Henry VIII and his six wives, Lord Nelson, Big Ben, The Beatles and many others. You will learn about the life and times of Shakespeare, discover what it was like to live in 16th century London and take part in some simple, fun and exciting acting scenes from his plays. You will also discuss British food, sport and music.
Gary Fordham is from London and has been an actor for 20 years working in television, film, commercials and theatre. He co-founded Rooftop Theatre Company in London, has a passion for the life & works of William Shakespeare and has performed in several productions, including A Midsummer Night’s Dream and King Lear. Gary worked for Walt Disney World in the USA as a British Cultural Representative. He teaches a wide variety of theatre workshops in London and around the world for international students of all ages, and conducts many enjoyable guided tours of London.
Nomenber 7th, 5pm at Puntolingue – P.zza Vittorio Veneto – Binario 1 FS Salerno
Workshop fee is €10.
(Free for Puntolingue Teachers’Club members).
If you wish to register for this workshop reservation is required at 0898423493 from Monday to Friday from 9.30 to 18.30.
After the workshop DINNER WITH THE ACTOR:
A unique opportunity to join us for a dinner in the company of British actor Gary Fordham. The pleasure of good food, drinks and conversation with Gary who will be pleased to answer questions from the audience. This will be a particularly special event as we will be celebrating the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth.