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A Shakespearean Story

England, Scotland, Wales

Explore the work of William Shakespeare, with a focus on the depth of character, use of stage craft and innovative language. This interactive workshop will give your class a chance to explore the key difference between Shakespeare’s Comedies, Tragedies and Histories, how he wrote deep three-dimensional characters the audience of the time could relate to, as well as giving you class the opportunity to speak the language.

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What the children learn...

  • Explore the key differences between the Shakespeare’s plays
  • Investigate Iambic Pentameter, and language created by Shakespeare
  • Examine the complexity of the characters in Shakespeare‘s plays
  • Express ideas and feelings through voice, movement, role play and drama

How this One Day Workshop works:


This is delivered as a full day workshop for one class of 35 students or a half day each for two classes.

Suitable for

KS3 & 4 / S1 - 3


Pricing for this workshop ranges from £345 - £395 + VAT depending on workshop length and number of classes. Please get in touch for a tailored quote.

What we need from you

A large, clear space (such as a school hall) is ideal so participating children can move around comfortably. The more information you can provide about the needs of your class the better.

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