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ЕГЭ чтение тест №7
Установите соответствие между заголовками А-Н и текстами 1 -7. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.
A. Comedy festivals
C. Visual arts
E. Children's events
F. Dance workshop
G. Amateur drama
H. Lectures and courses
1. А cat that's too old to catch mice, a dog that's too old to hunt, but they're not too old to run away to Bremley Town to become musicians. This new presentation by the internationally renowned Little Angel Theatre company, takes a fresh and poetic look at Grimm's loveable aлd popular folk tale the Musicians of Bremen. Using actors, puppets, masks and music, our story takes our heroes from the safety of the town to the edge of the forest where the robbers live.
2. Jane Eyre is one of the best loved classics of the English language. In this latest production by the Bexhill amateur Theatrical Society the exciting and dramatic episodes in the romance between Mr. Rochester, the strange master of Thornfiled Hall, and the new governess, are brought to life. Bertha's attack on Richard Mason, the wedding ceremony, the fire in the night and the ultimate reconciliation, are all portrayed in this new adaptation for stage,
3. Widely regarded as Europe's finest professional jazz dance company, the Lindy Hoppers are best known for their spectacular are breathtaking performances of the Lindy Hop — the original form of 'jive' dancing originating in 1920s USA. Wear Jazz shoes or light trainers and socks — no bare feet please! Great fun for everyone. No experience needed.
4. Shakespeare's enduring masterpiece is presented in all its colourful humour and enchantment. A Midsummer Night's Dream concerns the adventures and misadventures of a group of mortals and immortals in their resolutions of the confusions and problems of loving and being loved. It is called a 'dream' because of the unrealistic happenings that occur to the characters. Choreography is by the company's artistic director and features international soloists from Australia, Germany, England and New Zealand.
5. People love to tell stories about things that have happened to them in their lives. This five-day course is an opportunity to do this by means of pictures. It is designed for people of all levels and experience to develop ways of making visual narratives about, for example, memories, family, life work, leisure, places, politics, history and more.
6. Playing hot dance music from the 20s and 30s, the Pasadena Roof Orchestra is one of the most consistently requested at the Pavilion. Despite its name, taken from the early hit Pasadena, and its unrivalled international reputation, the Pasadena Roof Orchestra is quintessentially 'British', flawlessly performing strict tempo dance music from the pens of Berlin, Ellington and Gershwin, including favourites like Let's Face the Music and Dance.
7. An exhibition of work made by children with special needs from Bexhill during an Art Residency in October. The children were encouraged to work with paint, sand, clay and plaster. The exhibition includes paintings and plaster casts with photographs and documentation of the residency.