The Foreign and Commonwealth Office visit was on 3rd March, and four AS Level students had the great opportunity to visit the offices and meet with diplomats and officials. This was a fantastic experience organised by Pinky Lilani, who has been a great ‘friend’ to Mulberry girls. Students took part in an essay writing competition, submitting their essays before the event, which announced the winner and runner-ups of the competition. Sadika Begum in year 12 was runner up with her essay on the importance of equal access to education. This is a great achievement, and Sadika, as a prize, will have the opportunity to shadow a Foreign Office official for half a day. The students who attended the visit also submitted essays on the topics of global studies, access to education and the importance of the Foreign Office. These were thought-provoking essays that displayed a great deal of independent research and creativity. Students also had the opportunity to meet senior members of the Foreign Office including the ambassadors to Nigeria and Hong Kong, and the Governor of British overseas territory.
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‘Clever, witty and never dull, even for a moment’ @TheScotsman review of #TomorrowAndTomorrowAndTomorrow. Come and see us @theSpaceUK Surgeons’ Hall at 14:10 every day until Sat. #edfringe @MulberryTH
‘A moving tribute to community, and the power of helping each other, despite everything, to put one foot in front of the other’ @TheScotsman review of #RunningWithGhosts. Come and see us @theSpaceUK Triplex everyday at 18:20 until Sat. #edfringe @MulberryTH
We are so proud of Kacey, former @MulberryUTC student now studying Stage Mangement @RADA_London. Kacey has designed the lighting and sound and is stage managing #RunningWithGhosts which @TheScotsman says is ‘a moving tribute to community’
Our @MulberryTH student actors and theatre technical team have created the play, sets and staging and have spent months in rehearsal. #TomorrowTomorrowandTomorrow premieres at 2.10 tomorrow @mulbarts 👉🏼 http://bit.ly/3ddKgsD2
With our past co-production described by the @Scotsman as “one of the best companies at the Fringe”, the award-winning Mulberry Theatre Company and playwright @finkennedy are excited to present #RunningWithGhosts at @theSpaceUK #edfringe @MulbArts @MulberryTH4
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