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Educational Visits UK

ISSUE 5 | MAY 2010

Shakespeare’s The Tempest School performance at Harewood House

Harewood House

Harewood House welcomes back the Lord Chamberlains Men to perform William Shakespeare’s play the Tempest (Thursday 8 July) Just as it was originally performed - there will be wandering minstrels before the start of the show and schools will have the opportunity to join in a 15 minute question and answer session after the show to speak to the actors about their roles and discuss specific plot points for their curriculum work. This matinee show is perfect for English, History, Drama and Art students interested in Shakespeare, from a historical, dramatic or artistic perspective. Read more on Harewood’s outdoor theatre performance for schools

Harewood House

Want to know what the pupils think of their school outings? Harewood has recently loaded two new videos to their website showcasing the educational offering and getting feedback from the pupils themselves. Visit Harewood’s school trip pages for more information


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