Tag Archives: Shakespeare’s Birthplace
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Keats and Shakespeare at Eton College

 By Sir Stanley Wells Join us at Eton College, Windsor, for a special evening of Keats and Shakespeare on Tuesday 3 October 2017 from 6.30pm until 9.00pm. Find out more by clicking here. https://www.shakespeare.org.uk/visit/whats-on/shakespeare-eton/   On 3 October 1817, John Keats, then not quite 22 years old, along with his friend Benjamin Bailey, visited Shakespeare’s Birthplace. […]

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Happy Birthday Shakespeare 2012

Wish Shakespeare Happy Birthday!

We’re getting ready to celebrate Shakespeare’s Birthday. Last year 99 bloggers were involved in this project by writing posts or recording videos on how Shakespeare has impacted their life or by recalling a special Shakespeare memory. How has Shakespeare made a difference to your life? What memories do your earliest encounters with Shakespeare evoke? We […]

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A film by Simon Cox

Filming Shakespeare’s Holy Grail

Just over a year ago, local film-maker, Simon Cox, asked us if he could make a film about Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon. It was also my pleasure to take part in some of the filming, so I thought you’d like to hear more about Simon’s work on the project…. ‘I have been making films for nearly 30 […]

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Watching a scene from 'Hamlet' at Shakespeare's Birthplace

Shakespeare and the Chinese Premier

On Sunday 26 June, The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust was honoured to receive His Excellency Premier Wen Jiabao of China. Shakespeare’s Birthplace was the only place he visited in Stratford. It was a highly significant moment and was a clear statement that we should both like to develop and nurture contacts, partnerships, and projects. I thought […]

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