Pupils perform Julius Caesar for Shakespeare festival

Dress rehearsal pic of Ravenswood School youngesters (at school) who are going to perform a Shakespe

Dress rehearsal pic of Ravenswood School youngesters (at school) who are going to perform a Shakespeare show at Tobacco Factory on Thursday. - Credit: Archant

Excited children from a Nailsea school took to the stage in Bristol to perform a Shakespeare play.

Dress rehearsal pic of Ravenswood School youngesters (at school) who are going to perform a Shakespe

Dress rehearsal pic of Ravenswood School youngesters (at school) who are going to perform a Shakespeare show at Tobacco Factory on Thursday. - Credit: Archant

Pupils from Ravenswood School, in Pound Lane, performed Julius Caesar on Friday as part of the Shakespeare Schools Festival.

This year more than 1,100 schools are performing in 131 theatres across the country as part of the annual event.

The Shakespeare Schools Festival is the world’s largest youth drama festival which uses plays by the famous playwright to transform lives.

Months of preparation culminate in exhilirating performances in professional theatres.


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