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Track 6 - Play it by Ear

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Meet Play it by Ear – an Irish drama company. Play it by Ear will teach at track 6 and be part of our worship and devotions: 

“We are Chris and Ross and together we form the Christian drama company. We love to use drama to share our faith and believe that it is a great tool to communicate our own stories as well as those from the bible. The great thing is you do not need to be a professional to have a go; come along to this interactive session in which we will give you plenty of hints and tips on how to use drama with your church congregation, youth club, seniors’ group, Sunday school and just about any other group you can think of.” 

Play it by Ear usually travels in Ireland and the UK, but last summer for the very first time, they performed abroad at the European Methodist Festival in Staunen. 
You can learn more about Play it by Ear at www.playitbyeardrama.com or at facebook 
 

Handouts for workshop: "Writing and performing tips"

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