Conferences

23rd August 1996 at 01:00
SEPTEMBER 10-11 SHAKESPEARE AND TUDOR THEATRICAL TRADITIONS

Organised by International Shakespeare Globe Centre at the Globe Education Centre, Bankside, London SE1, to coincide with two plays to be performed in the newly reconstructed Globe Theatre: Shakespeare's The Two Gentlemen of Verona and Richard Edwards' Damon and Pythias. Topics include anti-theatrical controversies and authenticity in modern performance, and there will be workshops with both casts. Fee: Pounds 63. Performance tickets: Pounds 16 (reserved seats), Pounds 12 (unreserved), Pounds 5 standing. Details: Rosalind King, Queen Mary and Westfield College, London University on fax 0181 980 6200 or e-mail: r.c.king@qmw.ac.uk SEPTEMBER 12 CCTV SECURITY FOR SCHOOLS

Following the tragic massacre of the children in Dunblane and the Wolverhampton axe attack, a free seminar on school security has been organised at The Planet Works Recycling and Education Facility, Slater Street, Leicester. Talks by experts will include: CCTV camera systems, door entry systems, covert camera and internal thief catcher systems, and fire evacuation systems. Details: Mike Massey, TTL Marketing, 0116 246 0503. Reservations on fax 0116 246 0503.

SEPTEMBER 21 GETTING INTO UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE

Organised by Trotman and Company Limited at the Old Cinema, University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1, for students, parents and careers advisers. Speakers include: Brian Heap, careers and educational consultant and author of Degree Course Offers, and Anthony McClaran, Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. A higher education and careers exhibition will also provide information and advice. Fee: Pounds 19 at the door, Pounds 17 if booked before August 31 (includes free copy of Getting Into Exam Survival worth Pounds 5.95). Details: Cindy Pooles, 0181 940 5668.

NOVEMBER 10-12 THE ROLES OF LEARNING, TECHNOLOGY AND LANGUAGE

Organised by the Council on International Educational Exchange in Monterey, California, it will include sessions on South East Asian educational exchange developments and a section for representatives from community colleges. For a brochure, write to: Andrew Young, CIEE, 205 East 42nd Street, New York 10017-5706 or e-mail name and address to: Conference1@ciee.org or access: http:www.ciee.org.

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