If you ever find yourself alongside the River Thames close to St. Katharine Docks, you could be forgiven for thinking that you’ve time travelled to medieval London when you head inside this medieval banquet.
Since 2011 Red Letter Days has been lucky enough to call Willow our official charity partner. As the only charity working with seriously ill young adults aged 16 to 40, we couldn’t be more proud to be involved with such a unique and life changing organisation and for a week this April to May we are honouring them with Willow Week.
‘Good dawning to thee, friend.’ Yesterday was Talk Like Shakespeare Day – an annual event celebrating the birthday of our most prolific playwright, and his many famous literary works which include Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth and Hamlet to name but a few. To get into the Shakespearian spirit, we have come up with a list of 10 fun things to do in Stratford upon Avon the birthplace of the world’s most famous Bard.
Long, long ago, when powerful dragons still lived on the land and in the seas, a brave and loyal knight named George fought the dragon, managed to slay the beast and saved the princess and the people of Silene in Libya.
‘‘As long as life, Is dear, is free, I am the Earth And the Earth is me.’’ (Jane Yolen, 1995)
In January, we launched an Oscar themed competition for a chance to win our Bus Tour for Two around the Paddington Bear film locations in London. Our lucky winner, Sue Matejtschuk, was kind enough to take her camera along and tell us all about the Paddington Bear bus tour. Read on to find out more…