Last chance to see the Birthplace Lightshow spectacular

The finale of the spectacular Birthplace Lightshow, which is beamed onto the walls of Shakespeare’s Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon, will take place with an extra special line-up of entertainment on Sunday, 14th December from 4pm.

Featuring an ‘evening of music’, the finale will see local musical talents come together to entertain the crowds in between the four lightshows, including musical theatre company Tread the Boards, 1940s vintage choir The Lady Belles, and 60s Beatles tribute The Booty Band.

See the full press release here.


Christopher Biggins to light up Shakespeare’s Birthplace this festive season
Actor and famous panto dame, Christopher Biggins will be the star of the spectacular Birthplace Lightshow, which returns to Stratford-upon-Avon with a brand new show to delight visitors this festive season.

See the full press release here.


Press release issued by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.
Brand new Birthplace Lightshow returns this festive season

See the full press release here.


ALL NEW Birthplace Lightshow for Christmas 2014
We are delighted to announce that an ALL NEW 3D lightshow has been developed and will be projected onto Shakespeare's Birthplace for Christmas 2014.
The Lightshow will premiere on Thursday 27th November 2014 at 5.30pm, 6.00pm, 6.30pm and 7.00pm
It will then be shown every evening from Friday 28th November until Sunday 14th December 2014 at 4.30pm, 5.00pm, 5.30pm and 6.00pm
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Pride of Stratford Award winners for 'Best Tourism Initiative of 2013'

The Birthplace 3D Lightshow Spectacular which was projected onto the Birthplace last year proved a major success in bringing visitors into the Town Centre and also promoting Stratford throughout the UK and in countries around the world.An estimated 60,000 people came to one of the Lightshows
Marketing activity reached 24,000,000 people around the world
The Guardian newspaper rated it as one of the top Christmas Light displays in the UK in 2013
Great example of people working together for the benefit of their town and local economy with over 300 people giving up their time to support this community project
Symon Powell

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