Shakespeare's Globe

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31/7/16

Drawing Shakespeare's Bottom

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Join Children’s Laureate, Chris Riddell, as he looks at his own relationship to Shakespeare. Expect excellent anecdotes and plenty of Shakespeare-based scribbling!

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31/7/16

Creative Writing Workshop

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Award winning novelist and playwright, Nicky Singer, shares some insights into story-making.

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31/7/16

Comic Strip Workshop

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Grab your pencils and join creative and talented Marcia Williams as she brings one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays to life in this fun and interactive workshop.

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31/7/16

Storytelling - A Midsummer Night's Dream

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Introduce your children to A Midsummer Night's Dream as a family in these exciting one hour workshops.

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31/7/16

Illustration Workshop

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Join Petr Horacek in this lively picture book workshop for live drawing inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

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31/7/16

Island - An Arctic Adventure

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Writer Nicky Singer and illustrator Chris Riddell discuss melting ice-graves, chance encounters and nuannapoq – the extravagant pleasure of being alive.

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31/7/16

Family Workshop (9–12yrs)

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Explore Shakespeare’s characters and stories as a family in these exciting one hour workshops, suitable for 9–12yrs.

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31/7/16

Shakespeare Untold: Titus Andonicus

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. The Pie Maker's Tale is a gore-tastic yarn of generals, wicked queen, murder… and quite possibly the worst pies in Ancient Rome…

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