Putting back the spark

30th May 2003 at 01:00
A FORTHCOMING event in the East Midlands is very much in tune with the TES Target Creativity campaign. The Spark festival, June 8 to 15, aims to combine the enriching experience of live arts with the national curriculum.

The week will be packed with theatre, dance and film for three to 13-year-olds in Leicestershire.

The event is being promoted by the county's major arts venues and brings together children's companies from around the UK. Performances will take place in schools, community centres and theatres.


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