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Tudor World and Shakespeare Stratford upon Avon

Tudor-World

The year is 1888 and Jack the Ripper is on the prowl. This atmospheric evening brings the Victorian era alive! The young detectives will hear reports of the crime; who were the victims; who were the suspects and the socio-economic background whilst trying to decide who they think is the killer.

The evening starts at 7.30pm and ends at 10pm. 

£15 per students (teachers free on 1:10 ratio). 

Minimum of 15 and maximum of 30 on one night.

 

History: Ideas, political power, industry and empire: Britain, 1745-1901 (KS3)

Britain as the first industrial nation – the impact on society; party politics, extension of the franchise and social reform (the effect on the poorest parts of the cities of mass migration and overcrowding; women’s rights and the development of crime detection techniques). 

Suitable for KS3/4 (not suitable for nervous students).

GCSE / A Level and degree students studying:-

Women’s Rights.

Social, cultural, economics in the 19thcentury and migration.

Criminologists, crime and punishment. 

Website Address: www.tudorworld.com

Email Address: thetudorworld1599@gmail.com

Telephone Number: 01789 298070

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