- March 20 -

World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People

On this day, all over the world, practitioners of theatre for children and young people hold special events to highlight theatre for young audiences in their own countries and communities. Events can include special performances, open rehearsals, lectures, exhibitions, articles in newspapers and...

World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People

On this day, all over the world, practitioners of theatre for children and young people hold special events to highlight theatre for young audiences in their own countries and communities. Events can include special performances, open rehearsals, lectures, exhibitions, articles in newspapers and magazines.

The main purpose of the World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People is to attract the attention of a wider public to the art of theatre for children and young people.

Source:
http://assitejnz.wordpress.com/2012/03/11/world-day-of-theatre-for-children-and-young-people/

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More holidays on this day:

International Day of Happines
First Day of Spring - Spring Equinox
World Storytelling Day
World Sparrow Day
International Francophonie Day

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