Family Workshop: Henry V 9-12 Years

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Bring King Henry V’s world of battles, valour and romance to life in this fun and practical interactive workshop.

Using a range of activities and games designed to draw out elements of the play’s language, characters and themes, this session will bring you together with other families to dive into the world of Shakespeare’s intrepid King.

Workshops will be led by one of the Globe’s highly experienced practitioners who include actors, teachers and directors. You can enjoy this as an experience on its own or alongside one of our related storytellings.

Recommended for ages 9–12 and their families. All those attending a session must be accompanied by an adult at all times.



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 This event is on-site at Shakespeare’s Globe

Running time is approximately 1 hour

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Terms and conditions
A ticket is required for everyone attending over 3 years. Under 3s do not require a ticket if they do not require their own seat. Child and adult tickets are the same price. All children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult with a purchased ticket. A £2.50 transaction fee per order applies online and over the telephone.

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