On Friday 13th March 2015 it’s Red Nose Day in the UK! But what exactly is Red Nose Day and why does it take place?
The first Red Nose Day (RND) was held on 5 February 1988, when it was launched as a National Day of Comedy, and since then they have been on the second or third Friday in March. Red Nose Day is often treated as a semi-holiday for example, many schools have red-themed non-uniform days. The day culminates in a live telethon event on BBC One, starting in the evening and going through into the early hours of the morning, but other money-raising events take place. As the name suggests, the day involves the wearing of red noses which are available, in exchange for a donation, from supermarkets and charity shops.
Here are a few articles and links about this fun day!
A reading comprehension on the British Council website
The Official Red Nose Day Page
The official Comic Relief Page
Have some fun here
4 commentaires sur « Red Nose Day – Friday 13th March 2015 »
Could we use this topic for the notion : idea of progress as it is a social progress who » contributes to make the world a better place » ?
yes! (social progress which contributes to making the world a better place 😉 )
Why don’t we all (professors and children) wear something red for this day ???