10:47AM, Wednesday 20 November 2013
Pupils at 12 schools across the Royal Borough have been finding everything just 'as they like it' while taking part in a four-day Shakespeare festival.
The event began at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts yesterday and ends on Friday.
Year five and six students from three schools a day have been getting a chance to create 15-minute performances based on the work of William Shakespeare at the centre in Altwood Road, Maidenhead.
The Bard's play is brought to life through research, improvisation and professionally-led workshops, leading up to the performance.
It all started in 2000. But since 2010 the project has been organised by Troublemaker Theatre Company in association with the Royal Borough.
See Friday's Express for more details.
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