Shakespeare Week 14-20 March 2016 is a national annual celebration giving children a great first encounter with Shakespeare. We look forward to celebrating 2016 when we mark 400 years of Shakespeare’s creative legacy with thousands of schools, families and organisations. Celebrations and events will happen throughout 2016. http://shakespeareweek.org.uk/
At Wokingham Borough Libraries we are hosting some creative events with Shakespeare’s work:
Rhymetime for the under 5’s
There will also be a special Shakespeare Fairy Lullaby available to use courtesy of the CBeebies special version of a Midsummer’s Night Dream, that we will be using in our Rhymetimes at Wokingham Library on Wednesday March 16 at 11am and Finchampstead Library on Friday March 18 at 11am. Why not bring your child dressed as a fairy or one of the woodland creatures!
Shakespeare Theatre Show – Twelfth Night – Shakespeare show for all the family. This version of the play has been written in rhyme to catch children’s attention, from comic pleads of love to a confusing mix of characters dressing as others, this play is bound to get your children laughing the way Shakespeare intended! £5 charge. Places must be booked.
Wokingham Library, Wednesday March 30 at 2pm to 3pm
Woodley Library, Monday April 4 at 2pm to 3pm
Shakespeare Play Reading Morning – Come and enjoy reading aloud from one of Shakespeare’s best loved comedies, Twelfth Night. Wokingham Library Friday April 29 at 10am to 12noon.
There is also a selection of Shakespeare’s plays and texts available to borrow from any Wokingham Borough Libraries. Just search our catalogue: so check out our catalogue to see if it’s in a library near you: http://bit.ly/1zSCJlf