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Time Will Tell, Cheltenham Literature Festival

PUBLISHED: 00:15 25 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:58 20 February 2013

Pupils from the Cotswold School perform a piece about the 1960s on stage.

Pupils from the Cotswold School perform a piece about the 1960s on stage.

'Time Will Tell' was a big education project in association with BBC Outreach to help celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Cheltenham Literature Festival.

Time Will Tell was a big education project in association with BBC Outreach to help celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Cheltenham Literature Festival. Pupils from six Gloucestershire senior schools each wrote a short story to celebrate one of the six decades of the Festival. Leading author Philip Ardagh helped the children write their stories, and actor and director Fiona Ross helped them to shape the stories for the stage.



The six schools involved were: Balcarras, Cheltenham; Chosen Hill, Churchdown; Cotswold, Bourton on the Water; The Crypt, Gloucester; Maiden Hill, Stonehouse; Rednock, Dursley. The culmination of the project was a big performance at Cheltenham Town Hall.



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