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Attractions around Stratford-upon-Avon

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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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March, 2019
CREATIVE
Arts Award

Arts Award Discover Day: Home Educators

Wed 20th March, 10am

The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust are delighted to be working with Reel Access Media to deliver an Arts Award Discover Day for Home Educators as part of the Shakespeare Week 2019 celebrations.

Venue: Shakespeare's Birthplace
EXHIBITION
Painting Childhood

Childhood Now

Wed 20th March, 11.00am

Furthering the conversation initiated in Painting Childhood, this sister-exhibition brings together the works of three contemporary figurative painters – Chantal Joffe, Mark Fairnington and Matthew Krishanu.

Venue: Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park
EXHIBITION
Compton Verney

Painting Childhood: From Holbein to Freud

Wed 20th March, 11.00am

This celebration of children, childhood and innocence brings together some of the most iconic paintings, sketches and sculptures of children produced in the past 500 years.

Venue: Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park
CREATIVE
The Drama Chamber - A Celebration of The Spoken Word

The Drama Chamber - A Celebration of The Spoken Word

Wed 20th March, 7.30pm

Come and share: • A poem or other written work that has meaning for you, either your own or another writer’s work. If you write, tell us about the inspiration for your work. • A dramatic event in your life, maybe one which you are thinking of writing about or so doing. • Some event or news item that has really amused you.

Venue: Stratford Play house
EXHIBITION
Painting Childhood

Childhood Now

Thu 21st March, 11.00am

Furthering the conversation initiated in Painting Childhood, this sister-exhibition brings together the works of three contemporary figurative painters – Chantal Joffe, Mark Fairnington and Matthew Krishanu.

Venue: Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park
EXHIBITION
Compton Verney

Painting Childhood: From Holbein to Freud

Thu 21st March, 11.00am

This celebration of children, childhood and innocence brings together some of the most iconic paintings, sketches and sculptures of children produced in the past 500 years.

Venue: Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park
FESTIVAL / MUSIC
Playhouse Sessions

Playhouse Sessions

Thu 21st March, 8pm

Playhouse sessions are about giving musicians the opportunity to showcase a lot of their own material. Artists are able to connect to the audience on a more one to one basis as are able to enjoy the music without the distraction of background noise

Venue: Stratford Play house
EXHIBITION
Painting Childhood

Childhood Now

Fri 22nd March, 11.00am

Furthering the conversation initiated in Painting Childhood, this sister-exhibition brings together the works of three contemporary figurative painters – Chantal Joffe, Mark Fairnington and Matthew Krishanu.

Venue: Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park
EXHIBITION
Compton Verney

Painting Childhood: From Holbein to Freud

Fri 22nd March, 11.00am

This celebration of children, childhood and innocence brings together some of the most iconic paintings, sketches and sculptures of children produced in the past 500 years.

Venue: Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park
THEATRE
As You Like It

As You Like It

Fri 22nd March, 7.15pm

Come into the forest; dare to change your state of mind… Director Kimberley Sykes directs a riotous, exhilarating version of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy.

Venue: Royal Shakespeare Company & Theatres
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