The Big Happy Dying School Tour

Class 7A Drama Group

Life Education Theatre

A 45-minute excerpt includes interactive sessions where students are invited to share their thoughts about the plot development, leading to a discussion on the meaning of life and attitude towards death.

Schedule & Venue

2019.09.01 - 2019.12.31

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Target: Secondary 3 or above
Tour Period: September - December 2019
Duration: Approximately 1 hour
Set-up Time: 30 minutes
Suggested Venue:School hall / covered playground / indoor space
No. of Participants: 180

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