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Shaping up Shakespeare
Choose from four William Shakespeare favourites:
'A Midsummer Night's Dream', 'Twelfth Night', 'Macbeth' or 'Romeo and Juliet'.


  Meet Mrs Miggins, the Elizabethan innkeeper of “The Blind Cupid Inn”, Maiden Lane, Southwark.

  Help her create a play, to rival those of William Shakespeare, for the celebrations at her popular drinking house for the actors of the Globe Theatre.

  Treat your class to an irreverent look at life in Shakespeare’s London in the company of an Elizabethan Innkeeper.

  They will be helpless with laughter and fired with enthusiasm. while re-creating the story of :

A Midsummer Night's Dream,
Macbeth,

Twelfth Night
or
Romeo and Juliet

Ancient Egypt


"Thank you so much for your input in our Romeo & Juliet week, this year. It was great for the children to get to understand the story as a whole with your fantastic show. ”
St John and St James Primary School, Hackney


"Even in such a big group, all the children were involved. It gave them a really good insight into a tricky story and they loved seeing their friends taking part!”
Helen Child, Heathfield Junior School, Twickenham on A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

“Macbeth will forever be remembered now,
even by the younger children who could have found it difficult"
Nicola Hillman, Canberra Primary School. London

This show lasts one hour and is suitable for up to 120 children
in a hall or other large space



 






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