Event: Magic and Mayhem: Shakespeare Festival
An immersive, inspirational and creative exploration of the magic and mayhem of Shakespeare’s’ best-loved plays, through art, dance, drama and music workshops… Our activities will focus on Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest and Macbeth, drawing upon the sights, sounds and stories of the surroundings in our residential centres. This course is Ideal for Upper Key Stage 2 and Lower Key Stage 3 learners.
Our centres provide an opportunity for groups to come together and share experiences which will last a lifetime. Away from the usual routines, staff and students can simply be: extended and meaningful engagement in carefully designed activities which offer a broad exploration of the curriculum to embed understanding and exploring new challenges together.
Available throughout January 2022
Develop students understanding and knowledge of Shakespeare
Take away all the distractions of the normal classroom and home environment for a residential course led by us and supported by experts in Shakespeare to give your students the best possible opportunity to be supported
Reconnecting students after the school holidays in a way that may not be achievable in schools or at home
Travel to Centre
You may wish to visit one of our partner organisation en route – please ask our Booking Team about this!
From 12.00pm Arrival at Centre and sort out dormitories
2.00pm Meet the Team: Introduction to the course tutors and the theme for your Magic and Mayhem residential
2.30pm – 4.45pm (including 15 minute break) Session 1
5.00pm Evening Meal: Elizabethan Banquet / BBQ & Bonfire
6.30pm – 8.30pm Live Performance OR Session 2
9.30am Session 3
12.30pm Lunch and shop / free time
1.30pm – 4.30pm Session 4
5.00pm Evening Meal
6.15pm – 8.45pm Main Hall Magic and Mayhem Ball: Ceilidh
8.45pm Departure instructions
9.00pm Students to own rooms
9.30pm Lights out and students checked by own teachers
8.30am Breakfast (Bags to Departure Point)
9.30am – 11.30am
1.15pm Groups depart
- 2-nights’ accommodation
- Full board basis
- Activity sessions with clear learning outcomes to each session.