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Attractions around Stratford-upon-Avon

What's on?

In addition to Shakespeare and the plays of the Royal Shakespeare Company, there is a variety of additional events and attractions on offer throughout the year to enthral, divert and distract visitors and townsfolk alike.

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Upcoming events in Stratford-upon-Avon

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July, 2016
EXHIBITION
A view of Halls Croft

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust//New Place Revealed

Tue 26th July, 10:00am

Until the end of September, Hall's Croft cafe plays host to an exhibition of illustrations of New Place and Hall's Croft created by local artist and designer, Phillip Watson.

Venue: Hall's Croft
THEATRE
rsc auditorium

Cymbeline

Tue 26th July, 7.15pm

Shakespeare's rarely performed romance is directed by Melly Still who designed Tales from Ovid and Midnight's Children for the RSC and whose directing credits include The Cunning Little Vixen for Glyndebourne Opera and Coram Boy for the National Theatre.

Venue: Royal Shakespeare Company & Theatres
THEATRE
alchemist

The Alchemist

Tue 26th July, 7.30pm

When London is hit by an outbreak of the plague, the wealthy Lovewit flees to the country, leaving his townhouse in the hands of his trusted butler, Jeremy. But no sooner has his master left than Jeremy begins turning the house into a den of criminal activity......

Venue: Royal Shakespeare Company & Theatres
Shakespeare Steps

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust//Shakespeare Steps

Tue 26th July, 9:00am

Look for instructions on the pavement as you walk from Shakespeare’s Birthplace along the town’s Historic Spine, past Shakespeare’s school and up to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.

EXHIBITION
Shakespeares Birth Place

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust//Shakespeare's Will

Tue 26th July, 9:00am

Summer 2016 sees the return of one of the most important original documents relating to William Shakespeare to his home town, where it was written 400 years ago.

Venue: Shakespeare's Birthplace
THEATRE
alchemist

The Alchemist

Wed 27th July, 1.30 pm

When London is hit by an outbreak of the plague, the wealthy Lovewit flees to the country, leaving his townhouse in the hands of his trusted butler, Jeremy. But no sooner has his master left than Jeremy begins turning the house into a den of criminal activity......

Venue: Royal Shakespeare Company & Theatres
EXHIBITION
A view of Halls Croft

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust//New Place Revealed

Wed 27th July, 10:00am

Until the end of September, Hall's Croft cafe plays host to an exhibition of illustrations of New Place and Hall's Croft created by local artist and designer, Phillip Watson.

Venue: Hall's Croft
THEATRE
rsc auditorium

Cymbeline

Wed 27th July, 7.15pm

Shakespeare's rarely performed romance is directed by Melly Still who designed Tales from Ovid and Midnight's Children for the RSC and whose directing credits include The Cunning Little Vixen for Glyndebourne Opera and Coram Boy for the National Theatre.

Venue: Royal Shakespeare Company & Theatres
THEATRE
faustus

Dr. Faustus

Wed 27th July, 7.30 pm

Frustrated with the futility of religion, law and science Dr.Faustus is desperate for a deeper understanding of the universe – and for the worldwide fame that it will bring. Risking everything, he conjures the demon Mephistopheles and asks him to strike a deal with Lucifer.....

Venue: Royal Shakespeare Company & Theatres
THEATRE
Royal Shakespeare Company and Theatres

DOCTOR FAUSTUS

Wed 27th July, 7.30pm

Faustus is a brilliant but embittered academic, a solitary scholar who has exhausted the confines of human knowledge

Venue: Royal Shakespeare Company & Theatres
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