We will be bringing workshops, performances and other activities to a selection of summer festivals.

As the holidays draw to a close, there's still time to join us for a range of fun activities at a summer festival.

We launched our summer tour at the Lunar Festival last month with a set of activities for all ages, including stage fighting demos and theatre games. Visitors can also join us in August and September for:

The Big Feastival, 24-26 August, The Cotswolds

For the fourth year running, we'll be bringing our theatre games to The Big Feastival. Younger children can take part in our Introducing Shakespeare workshop, a fun and lively session where we use simple rehearsal techniques to tell some of his most famous stories.

Godiva Festival, 31 August - 2 September, Coventry

Head over to War Memorial Park for a mix of music and family fun at this free event, including our family-friendly Shakespeare-themed activities.

A man in a white frilly top and short skirt over striped trousers dances with a small boy.
A child takes part in one of our activities.
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Cheltenham Literature Festival, 5-14 October, Cheltenham

If you want something to look forward to once the summer is over, why not look at our events at the Cheltenham Literature Festival? Find out about our work in China with the Shakespeare Folio Translation Project, watch director Erica Whyman and actor Charlotte Josephine bring our rehearsal processes to life, and introduce your family to A Christmas Carol with our fun interactive sessions for all ages.


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