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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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November, 2019
THEATRE
King John

King John

Sat 2nd November, 7.30pm

Shakespeare's rarely performed tale of a nation in turmoil vibrates with modern resonance in this new production.

Shakespeares Birth Place

October Half Term

Sat 2nd November, Noon

Enjoy a whole week of half term fun with hands on activities!

Venue: Shakespeare's Birthplace
CREATIVE
Rocket Fuelled October Half Term

Rocket fuelled Half Term at the British Motor Museum

Sun 3rd November, 10.00am

This half term there is a rocket fuelled selection of fun family activities for you to enjoy – so prepare for take-off

Shakespeares Birth Place

Christmas at Shakespeare's Birthplace

Sun 3rd November, 10.00am

This winter at Shakespeare's Birthplace we are preparing for Christmas with floral displays and a glass of Wassail. Are you as excited as we are?

Venue: Shakespeare's Birthplace
EXHIBITION
CONTEMPORARY ARTS FESTIVAL

CONTEMPORARY ARTS FESTIVAL

Sun 3rd November, 10.30am

An exciting and eclectic arts festival gathering together the very best artisanal work allowing you to discover new artists

FESTIVAL / MUSIC
Really Big Pants Theatre Company

Stratford Literary Festival//Really Big Pants Theatre Company

Sun 3rd November, 11.00am

Ready for a quest that puts a twist in the tail of traditional tales?

Venue: Stratford Play house
FESTIVAL / MUSIC
Tom Holland

Stratford Literary Festival//Tom Holland

Sun 3rd November, 2.00pm

The award-winning historian, biographer and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Making History looks at why Christianity is the most enduring and influential legacy of the ancient world, and its emergence the single most transformative development in Western history.

Venue: Stratford Play house
Knott Garden at Nashs House

Shakespeare's Sunday School

Sun 3rd November, 3.00pm

Discover more about Shakespeare's work, life and times in our bonus talks.

Venue: Shakespeare’s New Place
FESTIVAL / MUSIC
Jenny Eclair

Stratford Literary Festival//Jenny Eclair - Inheritance

Sun 3rd November, 3.30pm

The Stratford Literary Festival will be packing some of the most respected writers and veteran broadcasters into a weekend of events this November

Venue: Stratford Play house
FESTIVAL / MUSIC
stratford PlayHouse

Stratford Literary Festival//Carrie Gracie

Sun 3rd November, 6.00pm

Once best known for her China reporting. Carrie Gracie hit the headlines in early 2018 for another passion: equal pay for women.

Venue: Stratford Play house
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