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Hidden Histories is coming to Worcester on Saturday 29th June!

Hidden Histories is coming to Worcester on Saturday 29th June

What is Hidden Histories?

Hidden Histories Worcester is a fun, free trail of discovery for all ages… it’s 100% not just for kids!


How to be a Hidden Histories Explorer on Saturday 29th June between 12-5pm

🔍Pick up an Explorer Record Sheet at The Hive, Sawmill Walk,The Butts, Worcester. WR1 3PD.
Visit The Hive’s website for information on how to find us.

🔍Discover five HH performances or activities and answer five HH questions in the area around The Hive, Crowngate Shopping Centre and Angel Place.

🔍Collect all five then come back to see us to win a prize!

Allow 50 – 90 minutes to complete the trail. We recommend you start by 4pm. If you have limited time you can enjoy the Hidden History performances and activities without doing the trail.

Follow #HiddenHistories or @EqualVisionCIC on social media to find out more about this exciting FREE afternoon of activities.

Did you know that…?

  •  Worcester was once world-famous for its glove making industry.
  • Worcester once had a prosperous river fishing industry and Fish Street was filled with cottages inhabited by fishermen’s families.
  • The Commandery served as King Charles II headquarters in the Battle of Worcester in 1651 where he was defeated by Oliver Cromwell.

These are just a few of Worcester’s amazing Hidden Histories. Find out how carry out research to understand more about your own family and local history by contacting Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service at The Hive in Worcester.

Hidden Histories Worcester is presented by: Equal Vision in collaboration with Worcestershire Archaeology and Archive Service, Jenni Waugh Consulting Ltd. and artists, Jamie Jackson and Clik Clik Collective.

 We would like to thank Hidden Histories staff, performers, artists and volunteers for their support.

 

What is Hidden Histories?

Want to have fun and learn some interesting stories about Worcester and… win a prize?

On Saturday 29th June between 12-5pm pick up your Explorer Record Sheet at one of our five Hidden Histories locations.  Explore the area around The Hive, Angel Place and Crowngate Shopping Centre to discover 5 family-friendly Hidden Histories pop-up performances or activities.

Answer a question at each Hidden History location, then bring your Explorer Record Sheet back to one of the locations to claim your prize.

Allow between 40 – 90 minutes to do the whole trail or if you’ve got limited time just drop in and enjoy one 7 minute performance.

Follow #HIddenHistories or @EqualVisionCIC on social media to find out more about this exciting FREE afternoon of activities.

Did you know that…

  • Worcester was once world-famous for its glove making industry.
  • Worcester once had a prosperous river fishing industry and Fish Street was filled with cottages inhabited by fishermen’s families.
  • The Commandery served as King Charles II headquarters in the Battle of Worcester in 1651 where he was defeated by Oliver Cromwell.

These are just a few of Worcester’s amazing Hidden Histories. Find out how carry out research to understand more about your own family and local history by contacting Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service at The Hive in Worcester.

Hidden Histories Worcester was produced by: Equal Vision in collaboration with Worcestershire Archaeology and Archive Service, Jenni Waugh Consulting Ltd. and artists, Jamie Jackson and Clik Clik Collective.

Hidden Histories Performers and Artists:
Find out more about our artists and performers in our Hidden Histories further information below.

Paula Clark, Bev Bevan, Heather Wastie, Stephen Wilson, Lee Partridge, Jodie Southall and Sarah Edwards.

We would like to thank Hidden Histories staff, performers, artists and volunteers for their support.

Hidden Histories Worcester: Further Information

Follow the links below to find out more about the Hidden Histories Worcester sites.

Location 1. Outside The Hive: Hidden Histories community workshops. Artist: Jaime Jackson

Location 2. Inside The Hive: History of the area around The Hive. Performer: Heather Wastie

Location 3. Between The Hive and Crowngate: Worcester’s glove making heritage. Performer: Paula Clark

Location 4. The POD in Crowngate Centre: Glove making workshop. Artist: Sarah Edwards

Location 5. Angel Place: Worcester’s theatre heritage. Performer: Lee Partridge

We would love to hear what you thought of Hidden Histories Worcester.
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Equal Vision CIC Ltd
Creative projects for curious people

Community Interest Company
Number: 10053841

Web Design © SJ&Co Creative