Drama at Weaver Hall Musuem

Natalie Breeze, nine, and Erika Davenport, eight, enjoy learning about Elizabethan theatre with Tudor characters Romeo Macbeth and Walter Spearshake.

Natalie Breeze, nine, and Erika Davenport, eight, enjoy learning about Elizabethan theatre with Tudor characters Romeo Macbeth and Walter Spearshake.

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THEATRICAL days of music and history have been held at a Northwich visitor attraction.

Workshops taking visitors back to the world of Tudor theatre took place at Weaver Hall Museum, in London Road, on Wednesday and Thursday, August 20 and 21.

Budding playwright Walter Spearshake, otherwise known as museum education officer Tom Hughes, talked to families about Elizabethan drama, organised rehearsals of famous lines, demonstrated how sound effects were created and gave visitors chance to try out instruments of the time.

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