APRIL 15-JULY 6 THE SHAKESPEARE REVUE For this Royal Shakespeare production, Christopher Luscombe and Malcolm McKee have assembled satirical and comic sketches, songs and dances written by the likes of Noel Coward, Cole Porter, Stephen Sondheim, Maureen Lipman, Stephen Fry, Alan Bennett, and Victoria Wood. The Revue will visit Edinburgh, Windsor, Malvern, Bath, Oxford, Poole, Richmond, Glasgow and Woking. Details: 0171 580 6792.
APRIL 25-27 EDMANEX '96 Exhibition at Alexandra Palace, north London, for anyone involved in education management. A seminar programme, which is free to pre-registered attendants, ranges from security, fire, health and safety to finance. Prizes on offer in prize draws include a classroom full of furniture and a minibus. The event is sponsored by Bank of Ireland. Details: 0181 665 1082. E-mail: Multimedia@DIRCON.CO.UK. Internet: http:www.dircon.co.ukmultimedia MAY 4-12 MACMILLION MILE CHALLENGE Keen walkers, swimmers, sprinters, joggers, and hop, skip and jumpers are being invited to travel a mile in whatever way they choose and donate Pounds 1 per mile towards the Macmillan Appeal, run by Cancer Relief Macmillan Fund. Registration forms available in Nationwide branches (sponsors of the event) or by telephoning 0839 444558 (CRMF receives a percentage of the profit from each call).
JULY 12-13 CAMBRIDGE CONTEMPORARY MUSIC FESTIVAL The festival wants to hear from teachers wishing to have their pupils included in the programme of schools' workshops, masterclasses and talks to be held at the West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge. Highlights include: a GCSE composition workshop, improvisation orchestras for cellos and woodwind instruments, and visits to schools by featured composers to work on composition projects. Details: 0115 943 6097.