Weorgoran Pavilion Festival: Mon 18 June

June 18, 2018 / 14:00

South Quay - Worcester

Weorgoran Pavilion, South Quay, Worcester, WR1 2JN

 

11:00, 13:00, 17:00 & 21:05
Listen to Dave Crowe’s soundscape, Shire Skies each day at these times
14:00-14:45 Free Yoga Class with Yoga 7
16:00-17:00 Civil War Stories – Museums Worcestershire

Download the full Weorgoran Pavilion Festival schedule here

 

14:00-14:45 Free Yoga Class with Yoga 7

Book a free place here

Yoga 7 offers traditional Yoga classes in Worcestershire incorporating breathing techniques, postures and relaxation – using the physical to go beyond the physical. Have a go – just book a free place in the class, using the link above.

Claire from yoga 7 has been teaching yoga in Worcester for the past 6 years offering traditional yoga to people of all abilities. Independently rated as offering the best yoga classes in Worcester since 2104, Yoga 7 is passionate about the many benefits yoga can provide. Why not try a class and see for yourself. If you like your taster session, then Yoga 7 currently provide 8 classes weekly in 7 different venues in and around Worcester.

All equipment provided but please avoid heavy meals before each class.

 

16:00-17:00 Civil War Stories – Museums Worcestershire

Experience a performance like no other!

Weaving together true tales of politics, religion, monarchy and conflict, including a bloody battle taking place right here in the heart of Worcester. Civil War Stories stars Charles I, Charles II, Oliver Cromwell and other real-life characters including Prince Rupert of Bohemia, a monkey and a poodle!

Discover desperate deals with the devil and meet the one boy from Worcester who witnessed it all and lived to tell the tale.

Performance lasts approx. 45 mins. Suitable for ages 8+.

Created by Ruth Richardson in collaboration with performers Jonathan Darby and Claire Worboys. Producer Gemma Dhami. Designer Emma Thompson.

Civil War Stories has been commissioned by Museums Worcestershire with funding from Arts Council England and the Elmley Foundation.