Sue and cliff retired teachers on a day trip to Stratford
Sean visited Shakespeare’s Birthplace as part of a school group. The group is travelling around Europe.
On Shakespeare’s Birthday I asked visitors why they had come to Shakespeare’s Birthplace and what they would buy Shakespeare for his birthday.
A birthday trip to Stratford seemed like a good idea for these ladies, so they could celebrate a family birthday with Shakespeare and have a piece of his birthday cake.
Elisabeth didn’t know it was Shakespeare’s birthday when she visited and she was very surprised to find a huge birthday card in the garden!
Katia visited the Birthplace because it was Shakespeare’s birthday and had a good idea about what would be the best gift for him.
Alejandro was visiting Shakespeare’s Birthplace with his family today he told me he is doing a production of ‘A Midsummers Night Dream’ at his school in Madrid.
When I met June she was in the garden talking with our Shakespeare Aloud actors, in fact she had the two boys on their knees either side of her posing for a fantastic photo.
Today i met Swami in the garden next to the bust of Tagore. He was so very happy to be at Shakespeare’s Birthplace and it was a pleasure to meet him. He really made me smile with his fantastic comments on Shakespeare and what he means to him. Thanks Swami
Anne is an English student from Germany visiting Shakespeare’s Birthplace with her family.