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All the World’s a Stage: Intergenerational Theater in London

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Program #19399RJ
10 Days | 9 Nights
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Moderate
EasyFor people looking to exercise their minds more than their bodies. There’s minimal walking and not too many stairs.
ModerateThese programs get you on your feet and include activities such as walking up to a mile in a day through a city and standing in a museum for a few hours.
ActiveFor people who enjoy walking as much as two miles a day, perhaps to explore historic neighborhoods or a nature trail.
Moderately ChallengingFor hardy explorers who enjoy a good physical challenge, spending most of their days on the go.
ChallengingGet ready to keep up with our highest-energy group. These demanding — and rewarding — programs are for seasoned outdoor enthusiasts.

Itinerary for Jul 15 — Jul 24, 2013

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Day One: Monday, July 15 -
In Transit: Overnight flights to London.

Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: In the eighteenth century when the Clarendon Hotel was built, Greenwich was one of the most powerful places in the world. The Clarendon is one of the finest Georgian hotels in South-East London, situated overlooking historic Blackheath and Greenwich Park. The hotel offers easy access to one of the world's most historic square miles with the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory, Queen's House and Henry VIII's Royal Deer Park. The centre of London and the West End are only a 20 minute train ride away.

Contact info:
Montpelier Row
Blackheath Village
London, SE3 ORW UK:England
phone: +44 020 8318 4321
web: www.clarendonhotel.com

Room amenities: Terrestrial and satellite television, direct-dial telephone, coffee and tea making facilities, hairdryers and radios. Complimentary WiFi .

Facility amenities: Meridian Restaurant and Chart Bar, Resident's Lounge. Room service.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBC.
For additional pre and post program accommodations, please contact Road Scholar Travel Services at (800) 241-1404 or via email to travelinfo@roadscholar.org

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Two: Tuesday, July 16 -
Arrive To: London.

Morning: Transfers to the hotel.

Lunch: In the hotel.

Afternoon: Free time followed by a welcome meeting with your course director, group leader and student helpers.

Dinner: In the hotel.

Evening: A fun and active drama workshop for the grandchildren. This workshop will be one of three during the course of the week that will specialize in training improvisation skills. Free time for the grandparents.

Lodging: The Clarendon Hotel

Meals Included: Lunch, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: In the eighteenth century when the Clarendon Hotel was built, Greenwich was one of the most powerful places in the world. The Clarendon is one of the finest Georgian hotels in South-East London, situated overlooking historic Blackheath and Greenwich Park. The hotel offers easy access to one of the world's most historic square miles with the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory, Queen's House and Henry VIII's Royal Deer Park. The centre of London and the West End are only a 20 minute train ride away.

Contact info:
Montpelier Row
Blackheath Village
London, SE3 ORW UK:England
phone: +44 020 8318 4321
web: www.clarendonhotel.com

Room amenities: Terrestrial and satellite television, direct-dial telephone, coffee and tea making facilities, hairdryers and radios. Complimentary WiFi .

Facility amenities: Meridian Restaurant and Chart Bar, Resident's Lounge. Room service.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBC.
For additional pre and post program accommodations, please contact Road Scholar Travel Services at (800) 241-1404 or via email to travelinfo@roadscholar.org

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Three: Wednesday, July 17 - Reminiscence theatre workshops. Highlights of Lo...
Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel.

Morning: Separate workshops for grandchildren and grandparents at the specialist charity Age Exchange. Age exchange is a leading charity in the field of reminiscence theatre, and has 27 years of experience of working collaboratively and running successful projects across all age ranges. age exchange is committed to providing opportunities for learning between generations. intergenerational programmes focus on reminiscence work and are designed to promote learning, understanding and creativity between generations. reminiscence theatre is a unique way of making theatre based on the life history and personal reminiscences of the participants. the course will include background to Reminiscence theatre, participation in workshops exploring making theatre from memories, guest speakers, theatre trips and social excursions plus the opportunity to work with members of the age exchange theatre culminating in an intergenerational theatre presentation. The benefits of reminiscence: · it connects the past with the present · it brings people and communities together · it helps us to see the other person’s point of view · it passes on heritage between generations · it is a gift we can all give and receive · it gives us a strong sense of who we are · it helps to us look back and reflect on life · it helps us to recognize people as individuals · we can learn from other people’s experiences

Lunch: Taken in Age Exchange.

Afternoon: Take a guided coach trip around the Highlights of London, noting the famous landmarks. Then enjoy some free time in cental London.

Dinner: Pre-theatre dinner out.

Evening: Warhorse at the New London Theatre. A National Theatre production. Based on a novel by Michael Morpurgo. 7:30pm. 2 hours 40 minutes with an interval. The National Theatre's epic production is based on the celebrated novel by the Children's Laureate (2003-05) Michael Morpurgo. Actors working with magnificent, life-sized puppets by the internationally renowned Handspring Puppet Company lead us on a gripping journey through history.

Lodging: The Clarendon Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: In the eighteenth century when the Clarendon Hotel was built, Greenwich was one of the most powerful places in the world. The Clarendon is one of the finest Georgian hotels in South-East London, situated overlooking historic Blackheath and Greenwich Park. The hotel offers easy access to one of the world's most historic square miles with the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory, Queen's House and Henry VIII's Royal Deer Park. The centre of London and the West End are only a 20 minute train ride away.

Contact info:
Montpelier Row
Blackheath Village
London, SE3 ORW UK:England
phone: +44 020 8318 4321
web: www.clarendonhotel.com

Room amenities: Terrestrial and satellite television, direct-dial telephone, coffee and tea making facilities, hairdryers and radios. Complimentary WiFi .

Facility amenities: Meridian Restaurant and Chart Bar, Resident's Lounge. Room service.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBC.
For additional pre and post program accommodations, please contact Road Scholar Travel Services at (800) 241-1404 or via email to travelinfo@roadscholar.org

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Four: Thursday, July 18 - Skills of Storytelling workshops. Macbeth at the...
Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel.

Morning: Separate workshops at Age Exchange for granchildren and grandparents on the Skills of Storytelling.

Lunch: At Age Exchange.

Afternoon: Coach into central London for a backstage tour followed by free time.

Dinner: Pre-theatre dinner.

Evening: Macbeth by William Shakespeare at the Globe. 7:30pm. 'Fair is foul, and foul is fair' When three witches tell Macbeth that he is destined to occupy the throne of Scotland, he and his wife choose to become the instruments of their fate and to kill the first man standing in their path, the virtuous King Duncan. But to maintain his position, Macbeth must keep on killing – first Banquo, his old comrade-in-arms; then, as the atmosphere of guilt and paranoia thickens, anyone who seems to threaten his tyrant’s crown. From its mesmerising first moments to the last fulfilment of the witches' prophecy, Shakespeare’s gripping account of the profoundest engagement with the forces of evil enthrals the imagination. This production will employ Renaissance costumes and staging. Directed by Eve Best Set design by Mike Britton Joseph Millson as Macbeth Samantha Spiro as Lady Macbeth Bette Bourne as Porter

Lodging: The Clarendon Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: In the eighteenth century when the Clarendon Hotel was built, Greenwich was one of the most powerful places in the world. The Clarendon is one of the finest Georgian hotels in South-East London, situated overlooking historic Blackheath and Greenwich Park. The hotel offers easy access to one of the world's most historic square miles with the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory, Queen's House and Henry VIII's Royal Deer Park. The centre of London and the West End are only a 20 minute train ride away.

Contact info:
Montpelier Row
Blackheath Village
London, SE3 ORW UK:England
phone: +44 020 8318 4321
web: www.clarendonhotel.com

Room amenities: Terrestrial and satellite television, direct-dial telephone, coffee and tea making facilities, hairdryers and radios. Complimentary WiFi .

Facility amenities: Meridian Restaurant and Chart Bar, Resident's Lounge. Room service.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBC.
For additional pre and post program accommodations, please contact Road Scholar Travel Services at (800) 241-1404 or via email to travelinfo@roadscholar.org

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Five: Friday, July 19 - Greenwich.
Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel.

Morning: Field trip to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Greenwich. Explore the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory and Greenwich Park.

Lunch: Excluded.

Afternoon: Field trip continues to the Old Royal Naval College, the great baroque masterpiece of English architecture, set in landscaped grounds on the River Thames in the centre of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. View the world's last tea clipper, Cutty Sark.

Dinner: In the hotel.

Evening: The grandchildren will go ten pin bowling with the youth leader at the AMF Lewisham Bowling Centre. Grandparents may spend time by themselves or go bowling!

Lodging: The Clarendon Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: In the eighteenth century when the Clarendon Hotel was built, Greenwich was one of the most powerful places in the world. The Clarendon is one of the finest Georgian hotels in South-East London, situated overlooking historic Blackheath and Greenwich Park. The hotel offers easy access to one of the world's most historic square miles with the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory, Queen's House and Henry VIII's Royal Deer Park. The centre of London and the West End are only a 20 minute train ride away.

Contact info:
Montpelier Row
Blackheath Village
London, SE3 ORW UK:England
phone: +44 020 8318 4321
web: www.clarendonhotel.com

Room amenities: Terrestrial and satellite television, direct-dial telephone, coffee and tea making facilities, hairdryers and radios. Complimentary WiFi .

Facility amenities: Meridian Restaurant and Chart Bar, Resident's Lounge. Room service.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBC.
For additional pre and post program accommodations, please contact Road Scholar Travel Services at (800) 241-1404 or via email to travelinfo@roadscholar.org

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Six: Saturday, July 20 - Tower of London.
Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel.

Morning: Separate workshops at Age Exchange focusing on how to dramatise and perform memories.

Lunch: At Age Exchange.

Afternoon: Field trip to the Tower of London. In the early 1080s, William the Conqueror began to build a massive stone tower at the centre of his London fortress. Nothing like it had ever been seen before. Through the centuries that followed, successive monarchs added to the fortifications. The Tower has been the seat of British government and the living quarters of monarchs, the site of political intrigue and the repository of the Crown Jewels. The imposing building has protected, housed, imprisoned many citizens. See the Tower's highlights: The White Tower, the Medieval Palace, the Yeoman Wardens, the East Wall Walk, Tower Green and, of course, the Crown Jewels and it's most famous inhabitants -the ravens. Followed by some free time in central London.

Dinner: Excluded.

Evening: 39 Steps at the Criterion Theatre. 8:00pm. Running tome 2 hours with an interval. Experience 100 minutes of ingenious fun and thrilling action as 4 actors play 139 roles in this gripping whodunit. Rivahrd Hannay must solve 39 Steps to aquit himself of murder and save King and Country. Originally from the book by John Buchan adapted by Patrick Barlow. Memorably filmed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1935, The 39 Steps has been brilliantly and hilariously recreated for the stage. Winner of the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Comedy in 2007

Lodging: The Clarendon Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: In the eighteenth century when the Clarendon Hotel was built, Greenwich was one of the most powerful places in the world. The Clarendon is one of the finest Georgian hotels in South-East London, situated overlooking historic Blackheath and Greenwich Park. The hotel offers easy access to one of the world's most historic square miles with the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory, Queen's House and Henry VIII's Royal Deer Park. The centre of London and the West End are only a 20 minute train ride away.

Contact info:
Montpelier Row
Blackheath Village
London, SE3 ORW UK:England
phone: +44 020 8318 4321
web: www.clarendonhotel.com

Room amenities: Terrestrial and satellite television, direct-dial telephone, coffee and tea making facilities, hairdryers and radios. Complimentary WiFi .

Facility amenities: Meridian Restaurant and Chart Bar, Resident's Lounge. Room service.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBC.
For additional pre and post program accommodations, please contact Road Scholar Travel Services at (800) 241-1404 or via email to travelinfo@roadscholar.org

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Seven: Sunday, July 21 - Improvisation for grandchilden. Wigmore Hall con...
Improvisation for grandchilden. Wigmore Hall concert for grandparents.

Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel.

Morning: Grandchildren enjoy an improvisation workshop in the hotel. Grandparents go to historic Wigmore Hall for a concert at 11:30am. Performers Talich Quartet Programme Mozart String Quartet in G K387 Dvorák String Quartet in F Op. 96 ‘American’ About this concert Since its foundation in 1964, the Talich Quartet has been internationally recognised as one of Europe’s finest chamber ensembles and, through a gradual and complete change in personnel during the 1990s, retained its status at the top as fresh insight met a wealth of performing experience. Renowned for its deep understanding and immersion in the great Czech musical tradition, the ensemble presents Dvorák’s ‘American’ string quartet alongside a work written by Mozart in Vienna and dedicated to Haydn. |This concert is 1 hour with no interval.

Lunch: Grandchildren take lunch in the hotel. Grandparents take a late lunch in central London after the concert.

Afternoon: Grandchildren continue the workshop after lunch and perhaps play on the heath with the youth leader. Grandparents return to the hotel. Followed by free time to explore the village atmosphere of Blackheath.

Dinner: Excluded.

Evening: Evening lecture for the grandparents. A drama workshop on improvisation for the grandchildren.

Lodging: The Clarendon Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: In the eighteenth century when the Clarendon Hotel was built, Greenwich was one of the most powerful places in the world. The Clarendon is one of the finest Georgian hotels in South-East London, situated overlooking historic Blackheath and Greenwich Park. The hotel offers easy access to one of the world's most historic square miles with the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory, Queen's House and Henry VIII's Royal Deer Park. The centre of London and the West End are only a 20 minute train ride away.

Contact info:
Montpelier Row
Blackheath Village
London, SE3 ORW UK:England
phone: +44 020 8318 4321
web: www.clarendonhotel.com

Room amenities: Terrestrial and satellite television, direct-dial telephone, coffee and tea making facilities, hairdryers and radios. Complimentary WiFi .

Facility amenities: Meridian Restaurant and Chart Bar, Resident's Lounge. Room service.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBC.
For additional pre and post program accommodations, please contact Road Scholar Travel Services at (800) 241-1404 or via email to travelinfo@roadscholar.org

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Eight: Monday, July 22 - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The London Eye...
Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel.

Morning: Workshop for both groups at Age Exchange – combined. Grandparents and grandchildren will start to share what they have learned in the course of the week. Exchanging ideas and experiences. Travel by boat up the River Thames from Greenwich to Westminster. Look across at Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament for photo opportunities.

Lunch: Packed Lunch by Age Exchange.

Afternoon: See London from another perspective-a bird's eye view-during a "ride" on the London Eye.

Dinner: Pre-performance dinner out.

Evening: Performance of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. 7:30pm. Originally by Roald Dahl. The show tells the story of a young boy, Charlie, who wins a golden ticket to tour the eccentric Willy Wonka’s magical chocolate factory. With some spoilt, gluttonous, and mischievous co-winners in tow, Charlie’s lovable grandfather accompanies him on this adventure through a maze of candy-coated delights, from chocolate rooms to the inventing room, all presided over by Willy Wonka and his staff, the elfin Oompa Loompas. The book has been turned into a film on two occasions, the first being a musical starring Gene Wilder and renamed ‘Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory’, which featured songs such as “The Candy Man Can,” “I Want It Now,” “Pure Imagination,” and the unmistakable “Oompa Loompa.” The book then inspired the 2005 film adaptation directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp as Willy Wonka. Roald Dahl was famously displeased with the 1971 version, and his estate had full artistic control over this new movie, resulting in a darker tone more in keeping with the original book. This brand new production is expected to take a fresh look at the popular story, and excitement is already mounting about the designs for the show, in particular the Oompa Loompas. After a number of workshops on key design elements, the producers are extremely happy with the visuals that have been created, and the show is promised to be a treat for audiences in many ways. This new stage adaptation will feature an entirely new score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Whittman. A-list Hollywood director Sam Mendes has been involved with the project since its inception. Douglas Hodge will take on the iconic role of Willy Wonka, after winning both Olivier and Tony Awards for his performance in La Cage aux Folles.

Lodging: The Clarendon Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: In the eighteenth century when the Clarendon Hotel was built, Greenwich was one of the most powerful places in the world. The Clarendon is one of the finest Georgian hotels in South-East London, situated overlooking historic Blackheath and Greenwich Park. The hotel offers easy access to one of the world's most historic square miles with the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory, Queen's House and Henry VIII's Royal Deer Park. The centre of London and the West End are only a 20 minute train ride away.

Contact info:
Montpelier Row
Blackheath Village
London, SE3 ORW UK:England
phone: +44 020 8318 4321
web: www.clarendonhotel.com

Room amenities: Terrestrial and satellite television, direct-dial telephone, coffee and tea making facilities, hairdryers and radios. Complimentary WiFi .

Facility amenities: Meridian Restaurant and Chart Bar, Resident's Lounge. Room service.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBC.
For additional pre and post program accommodations, please contact Road Scholar Travel Services at (800) 241-1404 or via email to travelinfo@roadscholar.org

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Nine: Tuesday, July 23 - Final performance and DVD recording.
Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel.

Morning: All day workshops at Age Exchange prepare everyone for the late afternoon performance of their show!

Lunch: At Age Exchange.

Afternoon: Workshops continue. The Grande Finale: The Performance of the Show by grandchildren and grandparents. DVD recorded for everyone to take home.

Dinner: In the hotel.

Evening: Grandchildren improvisation presentation. Followed by farewells.

Lodging: The Clarendon Hotel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day Ten: Wednesday, July 24 -
Depart From: London.

Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel.

Meals Included: Breakfast

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