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WIN! A pass to all Stratford Poetry Festival events

Paapa Essiedu will be performing at the Poetry Festival
Paapa Essiedu will be performing at the Poetry Festival

The Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival returns on Sunday (18th September) and runs through to the 25th. The week-long programme of exciting events and activities marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.

This year's highlights include readings from acclaimed RSC actors Paapa Essiedu and Natalie Simpson, an experimental evening of Hip Hop, poetry and performance with Birmingham based rapper Juice Aleem, bookbinding and creative writing workshops, an open-mic evening, a poetry choir with a programme of classical and contemporary choral work, and a cheese and wine evening with readings from Venus and Adonis.

In partnership with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust we are offering readers a chance to win a Festival Pass, which includes a pair of tickets for every event across the week-long festival, worth over £100.

To enter, answer this question:

Which work of Shakespeare’s features in the cheese and wine evening?

Enter by email to arts@stratford-herald by 4pm, Friday, 16th September. Please put ‘Poetry Festival’ and include contact details and a mobile phone number

Prize includes a festival pass comprises a pair of tickets to every event and workshop in the Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry festival. Tickets are transferable, so a guest may use them in place of the winner.

Usual terms and conditions apply.

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