Teaching diversity through drama


By Nina Sprigge and Kirsty Sullivan, published 19th November 2013

Teaching diversity through drama at the Museum of London: Stories of London people

From Roman times to the present, London has been shaped by the diversity of its people. London is home to500 different nationalities, 300 different languages,14 major faiths and a host of other religions. The Museum of London has developed numerous dramatised characters for our schools and family programmes, to reflect this diversity and make history relevant to us all.

The Museum has two sites, one in the city near St Paul's Cathedral and one in Docklands near Canary Wharf, where school parties can meet characters ranging from Romans to 1980s Dockers. Some are based on real people, whilst others are composite characters based on a mix of historical sources...

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