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“Double, double toil and trouble; Fire bun, and cauldron bubble!” The spooky play of Macbeth makes for an awesomely atmospheric school Shakespeare workshop! From bloody battles to wicked witches, let’s tackle this Shakespearen story and find out what makes the tragedy so popular to this day. An ideal literacy workshop for schools all year round or for World Book Day.

 

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"The sessions were energetic, full of learning and had the children hooked from the very first minute. The One Day Creative representative led the classes expertly with superb behaviour management strategies. We will book again. "

Class Teacher

Bristol

What the children learn...

  • Explore the story and characters in the play


  • Examine character’s feelings, thoughts and motives
  • Express ideas and feelings through voice, movement, role play and drama

How this One Day Workshop works:

Structure

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

Suitable for

KS2 / P4 - 7

Price

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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