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Tudor World and Shakespeare Stratford upon Avon


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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