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Cover_24.1Drama is National Drama’s magazine of professional practice, ISSN 0967-4454. Published twice a year, this hard copy, print publication contains a wealth of features and articles for and by drama teachers and theatre educators in many contexts within the UK and overseas.

Content focuses on practical teaching experiences and projects drawn from across educational contexts and include classroom materials, schemes of work, interviews and reviews of books and other resources.

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Current Issue

Chris Lawrence is Editor for this issue

Reflections from the Chair
Aine Lark, Chair of National Drama, reflects on current issues for National Drama.

The View from the Gods*
*the perspective of Drama from school leadership. Holly Barradell advises on resources that are available from the perspective of a Faculty Leader for the Arts.

Designs on Drama: ND’s inspiring day out in Stratford!
Ali Warren reports on National Drama’s recent CPD event.

Drama and Theatre in Education in India: A Shared Journey
Geoff and Anne Readman narrate an account of their experiences in India.

‘I See What You Mean’ – Making Sense of Images
Patrice Baldwin outlines the second in a three part series on Drama Strategies.

Drama as a Passport
Sharon Muiruri-Coyne begins a journey into Autoethnography.

Greenham: One Hundred Years of War and Peace
Andy Kempe recounts his Drama connection with the Women’s Peace Movement of the 1980s.

Immersive Theatre
Lucy Bellingham argues for Immersive Theatre in Drama curricula.

Professional Conversations – How Do You Do It?
Daniel Shindler offers wise advice from his extensive teaching experience.

Tamara von Werthorn introduces  a scheme for addressing gender inequality in youth theatre.

Theatre Review
Viv Kerridge recounts her experience of Hull’s year as City of Culture.

Book Reviews
The Oberon Book of Modern Monologues for Women edited by Dee Cannon
The Oberon Book of Modern Monologues for Men edited by Dee Cannon
Much Ado About Nothing/Romeo and Juliet OUP and RSC School Shakespeare Series Consultant Emma Smith
Shakespeare on Stage Volume 2 by Julian Curry
Putting Process Drama into Action: The Dynamics of Practice by Pamela Bowell and Brian S. Heap
Creating Worlds: How to Make Immersive Theatre by Jason Warren
How To Do Standard English Accents by Edda Sharpe and Jan Haydn Rowles
Keith Bain: The Principles of Movement edited by Michael Campbell
Musical Theatre: A History by John Kenrick
The Glove Thief by Beth Flintoff
Hard to Swallow; Easy to Digest Mark Wheeller/Scheme of Work by Karen Latto
Teach Drama: How to Make a Living as a Freelance Drama Teacher by Samantha Marsden

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