RSC down at Bell Court, as part of Great Big Green Week

The Cabinet of Compassion will take up residence in Bell Court on Saturday 1st October.  There will be mini activities to explore the themes of kindness and compassion by taking notice and connecting. They will explore how we can action together and motivate each other to take compassionate action to be kinder to our world.

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Great Big Green Week (24 September – 2 October) is a celebration of community action to tackle climate change and protect nature. It asks the question ‘What does tackling climate change through community action look like?’. The question will be explored through the five ways of wellbeing: Give, Take Notice, Connect, Keep Learning, Be Active.

Stratford-upon-Avon will host a family trail of free activities including talks, litter picks, cycle rides, forest walks, and many more events and activities throughout the week.

The Connect event with the RSC is free and takes place at Bell Court on Saturday 1st October between 10am – 4.30pm. No booking required. To find out more about Great Big Green Week and discover the trail locations around Stratford-upon-Avon, visit

Bell Court & the Royal Shakespeare Company are giving you the chance to win a pair of tickets

This September, Bell Court & the Royal Shakespeare Company are giving you the chance to win a pair of tickets to see All’s Well That Ends Well at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford upon Avon.

To enter, head over to either the Bell Court Facebook Page or Instagram channel & follow the instructions!

You’ll need to comment on the competition announcement post and follow/like Bell Court’s Instagram or Facebook page.

Good luck!

Not familiar with the play?

Helena is convinced that she and wealthy Bertram are #CoupleGoals.
He’s not so sure. After engineering their betrothal, Helena will go to any
length to bring her idealised version of romance to life. But what happens
when the reality of their relationship doesn’t match up to the fantasy?
And do the ends always justify the means?

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