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Leisure Courses

Shakespeare courses for individuals or groups

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The course offers the opportunity to learn and extend knowledge in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

— Living Shakespeare attendee

Living Shakespeare

We're excited to host another series of our popular adult leisure courses here in Stratford-upon-Avon, the home of William Shakespeare.

During the day you will discover more about the plays you will see that evening, including their performance histories and the different ways they have been presented on stage in the past. In the evening you have the option to watch the performances at the theatre with the group.

Everyone is welcome: from Shakespeare enthusiasts to teachers and lifelong learners with a desire to enhance their knowledge.

We are always keen to welcome new and returning participants to our adult leisure courses. 

Tuesday 28 May to Friday 31 May 2019 - BOOKING CLOSED

Tuesday 9 July to Friday 12 July 2019 - SOLD OUT

The program for the course is really well designed - an excellent selection of talks about a wide range of subjects alongside the opportunity for discussion with other attendees.

— Living Shakespeare attendee

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The welcome was superb providing an excellent background for continuous discussion. The staff at the Shakespeare Centre were unfailing in every opportunity to make it an outstanding venue.

— Living Shakespeare attendee

For further details please contact or call 01789 207131.

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