Reporting War with George Alagiah

George Alagiah

Examine the characters and action of Henry IV Part I in the context of today's media with this practical one day event featuring acclaimed journalist and broadcaster George Alagiah.

How much bias is there in the reporting of war, both in terms of Shakespeare's war plays and our world today? George Alagiah is joined by historians and members of RSC Creative Teams to explore the perspectives through which we see these events - those of the conqueror or the conquered?

Ideal for: KS4 & 5 English, History and Politics students
Venue: Royal Shakespeare Theatre and The Clore Learning Centre
Date: 11 June 2014, 10am-4pm
Cost: £35 per student (RSC Education Members), £40 per student (non-Members), including ticket to the evening performance of Henry IV Part I

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