Great Fire of London drama

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In September, to commemorate the fact that its 350 years since The Great Fire of London a 120 metre long installation   – a wooden replica of 1666 London was set ablaze on the River Thames. It was in memory of the blazing inferno that ripped through London for four days – destroying homes and buildings such as St Paul’s Cathedral and leaving 80% of the walled city in ruins.

 

 

If you want your class to find out more about the Great Fire of London – take a look at our Great Fire of London Drama Workshops and London’s Burning Play in a Day for KS1 pupils.