Shakespeare's Street Party: 2nd January (Stratford-upon-Avon)
A street party and lightshow celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare's legacy will take place this weekend at Shakespeare Birthplace Centre in Stratford. The event organised by Shakespeare Birthplace will feature live music from local bands and musicians, activities for all the family, street entertainers and food stalls.
For prices, times and more information visit: www.shakespeare.org.uk/
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Join the ghost night this Saturday where you’ll be able to take part in a history tour, ghost hunt workshop, vigils using the latest ghost hunting technology and traditional methods such as spirit boards, table tipping and glass moving.
The building dates back to the 1400's and over the years there have been many reports of paranormal activity.
Note the event is for over 18s only.
See more here: UK Ghost Night
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This weekend families are invited to go back in time and enjoy Shakespeare inspired events as you’ll get a glimpse of what 16th century England was like.
There’ll be lots for children to enjoy from dance and music workshops, dressing up, quill writing or even listen to speeches from legendary Shakespeare plays. The fun palace is open to all ages and entry is free.
See more at the Shakespeare Fun Palace
We’re thrilled to bring the Fun Palaces project to Stratford-upon-Avon this year where local people can come along and take part in a huge variety of creative and science-related activities, with a Shakespearian twist!
There really is something for everyone and we hope that people will come along and be part of this wonderful celebration of creativity and community.
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