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Sharing Shakespeare's Story

An energetic and interactive workshop telling the story of Shakespeare's life

Connect with your class at Mary Arden’s Farm - a safe, secure and fun site with special access for primary schools.

Your class will take part in an energetic and interactive workshop telling the story of William Shakespeare's life, followed by a fun re-telling of either The Tempest or A Midsummer Night's Dream. The session is designed to capture your pupils' imagination through a series of rhymes, games and storytelling, as they discover what life was like for William as a schoolboy, family man, actor and playwright. Pupils will take part in hands-on activities including making masks and magic wands, enjoy using a variety of props and costumes and exploring the home of Shakespeare's mother, Mary Arden.

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Venue: Mary Arden’s Farm, Wilmcote, CV37 9UN
Duration: full day

Price: £11.50 per pupil

Maximum capacity for all workshops is one class.
One member of staff (free of charge) is required to accompany every eight children.
A minimum charge equivalent to 20 pupils applies to all workshops.

Lunch spaces available.

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