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House Party on Henley Street

Celebrating Museums at Night

We’re celebrating Museums at Night with a house party on Henley Street, and you’re invited!

The universe is in disorder and outrageous characters from yesteryear have broken free to throw a party with a twist at Shakespeare’s pad.

Start your evening at our new cafe, Will's Kitchen for a drink and some small bites from our delicious new menu. Here you will meet your mischievous hosts Puck and Ariel who will introduce you to a motley crew for a social with the neighbours. You will then move across Henley Street to Shakespeare's Birthplace where you’ll play your part in the quest to shape Shakespeare’s destiny. 

An entertaining evening of performance and merriment, food and drink included, fancy dress optional.

Performance information 

Friday 1 November
Book Now: 1 November, 5.30pm
Book Now: 1 November, 7pm

Saturday 2 November
Book Now: 2 November, 7pm
Book Now: 2 November, 8.30pm

Adult:             £16
Concession:  £14
Friends:         £14

Book your tickets online, at any of Shakespeare's family homes, by calling 01789 201806 or by visiting The Ticketsellers.

Venue: Will's Kitchen and Shakespeare's Birthplace, Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6QW.

House Party on Henley Street is produced by Compass Presents for the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and supported using public funding by Arts Council England. 

We want your Shakespeare Birthplace Trust visit to be as enjoyable as possible, do let us know if you have any additional access requirements and we will do our very best to accommodate these. 

For more information please call 01789 201806, visit or download our FAQs.

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