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Bursary funds two refugees at Marlowe’s youth theatre

Youth theatre can, and does, change lives. Few people in the industry need reminding of the power of taking part in theatre and the effect it has on young people. But of course someone, usually the user and his or her family, has to pay for it. Nothing comes free.

Excellent news then that Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, which runs a thriving youth theatre, has a bursary fund – the Marlowe Theatre Development Trust, a registered charity – with which to support youngsters who want to take part but cannot afford to pay the fees…

Read the rest of this blog at: https://www.thestage.co.uk/opinion/2016/susan-elkin/

 

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Susan Elkin Susan Elkin is an education journalist, author and former secondary teacher of English. She was Education and Training Editor at The Stage from 2005 - 2016
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