Rhetoric: The Politics of Language

Richard III (2012)

How is rhetoric used in Shakespeare's war plays to persuade, influence and affect? And how are those techniques used by leaders today?

Explore this topic through a specially devised event featuring historians, voice and text practitioners, RSC Actors and a Q&A session.

Ideal for: KS5 and Undergraduate students
Venue: Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Date: 25 June 2014, 10am-4pm
Cost: £30 per student (RSC Education Members), £35 per student (non-Members), including ticket to the evening performance of Henry IV Part I

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