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TudorSeance

Halloween Ghost Tour with Seance

Ever wanted to trying a mini Seance? Call out to the spirits? Well, now is your chance. 10.30pm on Saturday 28th October. £15pp
TudorSeance More information from Tudor World Museum›

Falconer Becky from Hawkwise on the Halloween Ghost Walk

Halloween Ghost Walk in Stratford upon Avon

Ghost Walk, Owls and Mulled Wine
Falconer Becky from Hawkwise on the Halloween Ghost Walk More information from Stratford Town Walk›

Halloween

Halloween Stratford

Spooky Halloween Events at Tudor World
Halloween More information from Tudor World Museum›

Apple Day & Country Fair: October 15th 2017 11-5pm - A day of Crafts -Art - Music and all things Apple

The Victorian hedged gardens at Hill Close, overlooking Warwick Racecourse, provide the perfect setting for an apple day with a difference. Reduced entry £3.00 Adult £0.50p child (Under 5s, HCGT and RHS members free)
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Antony Bridge Landscapes

A popular Malvern artist has produced works based on the beautiful landscape of the National Trust. An exhibition of over 40 paintings by Antony Bridge, Croome’s artist in residence, is now on show at Croome, near Worcester.
More information from Croome (National Trust)›

'Pumpkin Week' returns to Hatton Adventure World!

The popular Pumpkin Week returns to Hatton Adventure World from 21 – 29 October. Children can visit the popular family attraction to pick their own FREE pumpkin, carve it in the spooky decorated Marquee and then enter the best carved pumpkin competition to win a host of prizes.
More information from Hatton Adventure World ›

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Shakespeare House

So William Shakespeare must have been mighty impressed with The Heart of England. He was inspired to write no less than 37 plays and 154 sonnets. Perhaps you're a fan of the Bard and you'd like to see the birthplace of the man commonly regarded as the finest writer in the English language.

Maybe you'd like to walk the same Stratford-upon-Avon streets as he did. Or perhaps you'd just like to wander around this haven of beautifully preserved black and white, half-timbered buildings.

The Royal Shakespeare Company - the greatest theatre company in the world - has a magnificent 1,030 seat Courtyard Theatre here; complete with dramatic thrust stage.

The stage is set. Ladies and gentlemen, please take your seats.

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