Last chance to register


Registration for the Richard II Broadcast closes today - don't let your students miss out on this fantastic event, which is hosted by Konnie Huq and includes a live, interactive Q&A with David Tennant and RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran.

The schools' broadcast is happening on Friday 15 November at 9.30am.

All you need to do to register now is provide contact details for a teacher at your school, the number of devices being used to access the broadcast and an estimated number of students who will be watching the broadcast and their Key Stage(s).

Register for the Richard II schools broadcast now

On the day
The broadcast will begin at 9.30am with an introduction by Konnie Huq, followed by the first part of Richard II. There will be an interval at approximately 11.15am with Richard II continuing at 11.30am. There will be a lunch break from 12.30-12.55pm followed by a live Q&A with David Tennant and Gregory Doran. The broadcast will end at 1.30pm.

Teachers will be able to post questions from their students on the broadcast site before the production begins and during the interval and lunch break.

Find out more about the on the day details for the schools broadcast.

Technical Requirements
We recommend that the broadcast is viewed on one large screen per classroom of up to 30 students. Please bear in mind that additional screens will use up more of your school's bandwidth and may result in buffering.

There will be a test event on 8 November to allow schools to check their technical requirements.

Please note that iPads, iPhones and Android devices are not supported to access the broadcast.

Find out more about technical requirements for the schools broadcast.

Other resources to help you
We also have supporting resources to help teachers whose students are studying Richard II.

Image: a classroom broadcast of I-cinna in 2012.

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