Beijing 2017 IB workshop
October 12 - October 14, 2017
Join us for a DP Theatre Category 3: Collaboratively Creating Original Theatre workshop in Beijing.
All participants will take part in one 90-minute master class.
As soon as the master class is confirmed we will upload onto this page.
All participants will attend two theatre performances as part of the workshop.
Details to be posted shortly.
ISTA event coordinator
Sally – email@example.com
Registration is now open.
Registration will close 31st August 2017.
Travel forms from artists due 14th September 2017.
Registration fees are £589.00 for teachers from ISTA member schools; £650.00 for teachers from non-member schools.
Fees include tea/coffee and lunch on all days plus all workshop materials, master class and a theatre ticket.
ISTA t-shirts: £12.00
ISTA will invoice teachers for the cost of accommodation, based on total number of nights required, at the time of registration.
Travel & visas
Participants are advised to arrive into Beijing by evening on Wednesday 11th October 2017and should not plan to leave BCIS until after the last session finishes at 3:00pm on Saturday.
Early departures or late arrivals will mean we can only issue a certificate for partial attendance.
All participants should fly into Beijing.
ISTA has booked the following hotel for overseas participants for the nights of the 11th, 12th and 13th October 2017.
Mercure Beijing Downtown
No.16 Jia, Xi Da Wang Road – Chao Yang District, 100124 BEIJING – CHINA
Please note: If you would like additional nights booking – please email the event coordinator.
For visiting schools/teachers attending IB workshop:
The rate for teachers is £70.00 per person per night including breakfast, based on single room.
Breakfast will be taken at participant hotels; lunch at the workshop venue; evening meals are not provided.
Please find below the relevant documentation for you to download:
Starts on Thursday 12 October
Finishes on Saturday 14 October at 15:00 .
Beijing City International School
77 Baiziwan South 2nd Rd
People’s Republic of China
Hannah Bernardino Northcott