Shakespeare's Globe

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29/7/16

In conversation with Sarah Crossan

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Guaranteed to make you laugh (and possibly cry), join star of the YA fiction scene for a chat about her literary heroes, inspiration, research and more.

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30/7/16

How do we find stories?

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Multi-award-winning David Almond writes novels, short stories, picture books, poems and plays.

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30/7/16

Family Workshop (4–8yrs)

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 4–8yrs.

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30/7/16

Mr William Shakespeare's Plays

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Join Marcia Williams as she brings one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, to life in this fun and interactive event bursting with action, adventure and comedy.

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30/7/16

Storytelling - Macbeth

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

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30/7/16

Shakespearean Story Madness

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Join award winning blind storyteller, Giles Abbott for a riotous story making workshop especially created for VI children.

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30/7/16

The Last Wild

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Meet Piers Torday, the award-winning author of The Last Wild trilogy.

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30/7/16

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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