Stratford-Upon-Avon has got so much going for it.
Discount Theatre Tickets
Grab yourself a discounted Rush Ticket to see a Royal Shakespeare Company production the following week.
And you're looking for even more inspiration, we've curated a list of the very best events and attractions in Stratford-Upon-Avon this week.
Antic Disposition: Henry V
The Bard's partly fictionalised account of the young Lancastrian monarch's French campaign is brought to life in a thrilling version which sets the action in a First World War field hospital.
BAFTA and Emmy-Award winning writers Anil Gupta and Richard Pinto - best known for The Office, Goodness Gracious Me and The Kumars At No. 42 - now turn their attention to Moliere's classic 17th-century comedy.
Whistler And Nature
Based on new research this exhibition re-examines Whistler's work in the context of his family's army background and his own training as a military mapmaker, both of which shaped Whistler's attitude towards nature.
Michael Boyd directs Christopher Marlowe's story of a poor shepherd who rises to power to live out his blood-soaked fantasy of conquering the world.
The exhibition features seven of the 60 cars that have been rebuilt by presenters Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw as part of National Geographic's popular motoring TV show Car S.O.S.
- Tourist Attraction
Stratford Literary Festival: Sir Michael Parkinson: George Best And Other Heroes
The chat show host and celebrity journalist chats to his son, Mike, about his various encounters with the dazzling Manchester United and Northern Ireland footballer, accompanied by clips from the Parkinson archive.
Lantern-Lit Ghost Tour
A costumed guide leads visitors through the ancient building after hours, relating stories of ghostly sightings within the historic premises.
- Tourist Attraction
The timber-framed Jacobean building, built in 1613, was home to Dr John Hall and Susanna, William Shakespeare's daughter. The house features a rare collection of 16th and 17th century furniture and paintings.
Troilus And Cressida
Gregory Doran directs Shakespeare's cynical love story, set during the weary seventh year of the Trojan War. Virtuoso percussionist Evelyn Glennie contributes the music.
Stratford Butterfly Farm
Hundreds of the world's most beautiful and vibrantly coloured butterflies fly free around visitors in a tropical environment full of blossom, splashing waterfalls and fish-filled pools. Other attractions include beetles, stick insects, mantids, snails, millipedes, ants, spiders and iguanas.
- Family Event