FOBISIA Drama Festival
FOBISIA Drama Festival 2018/19
Event Start Date
Event End Date
27 Feb 2019
02 March 2019
Prince of Wales Island International School, Penang
April Boyd firstname.lastname@example.org
Useful Drama Documentation
- Festival Application to host form here
- Host Proposal Guidelines here
- Checklist for organising the Drama festival here
- Health and Safety Guidance for Drama festival hosts here
- Checklist for organising Drama JAWS here
Drama Festival, Hosted by Garden International School KL, Malaysia - 28th Feb - 3rd March 2018.
This year saw Garden International School in KL host the Drama festival with the theme of Heroes & Villains. Another record breaking festival as this great event keeps growing, 13 schools attended and 244 students took part in the festival. New ideas added to the festival that were popular: live performances from a visiting theatre company, welcome events, welcome dinner, festival website, pre-written and pre-published resources, external expert actors and directors performing master classes (useful for staff development). For more information see the dedicated webpage here.
Drama Festival, Hosted by Bromsgrove International School Bangkok, 2nd-5th March 2017.
This March saw Bromsgrove International School, Thailand host the biggest FOBISIA Drama Festival to date with 14 schools attending and 197 students. The theme 'Sam, same but different' reflected the host country but also saw students work in the styles of 5 key Theatre Practitioners to perform some highly engaging and sophisticated work on the Sunday. Each company told the same Thai folks story but used different techniques to explore it. As well as the usual Gala Dinner, the participants were treated to a wonderfully authentic Thai night at the grounds of Bromsgrove which included Thai Dance, street food and fireworks
Drama Festival 2016, hosted by Jerudong International School, Brunei.
The 5th Annual FOBISIA Drama Festival: Company of Strangers was hosted in the spectacular Arts Centre at Jerudong International School, Brunei from the 18th-21st February 2016. One-hundred-fifty-nine students took part from 4 countries representing 10 schools from across Asia.....for the full article please see here.
Drama Festival 2015, hosted by British School Manila.
The overarching theme Mind the Gap reflected the desire to find ways to bridge the gap between generations, cultures, beliefs and attitudes and describe a framework that would enable young people from across the continent to work together, to take risks and to take a leap of faith into a way of working that they might not have experienced before.....for the full article please see here.