5th January 2012

Looking for a creative, fun yet inspirational school trip to London in 2012? Then take your group to the ‘World Shakespeare Festival’ running from the 23rd April – 9th September 2012.

The World Shakespeare Festival is a celebration of Shakespeare as the world’s playwright. Many thanks to the Royal Shakespeare Company you and your group are in for an extraordinary collaboration with leading UK and worldwide art organisations.

With up to 70 productions to choose from, along with supporting events and interesting exhibitions, there is plenty to get your school group involved in for their 2012 school trip to London.  If you’re tired of hearing concealed yawns as you read chapter to chapter of Romeo and Juliet, or Macbeth—well now is your chance to get them excited about the work they’re doing, turning their day to day school work into  a school trip they will remember for years to come.

This is a particularly good school trip for those studying English and Drama, due to the workshops, conferences and training offered which allows teachers and students to bond with theatre-makers and artists from around the world. These workshops and conferences allow you and your group to meet and work alongside a variety of actors, designers and directors involved in the World Shakespeare Festival.

Presenting shows such as; Romeo and Juliet in Baghdad, West Side Story, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, The Rest in Silence and many more—there is something to interest everybody in this year’s school trip.

Offering inspiration, fun, humour, creativity, and education Adaptable Travel have made this year’s choice of school trip easy for you. So in 2012, make sure your group is part of the World Shakespeare Festival.

Contact Adaptable Travel today to start organising your next school trip.

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