“Shakespeare is the love of my life” says Mariam from Australia, who first became aware of the genius of Shakespeare as a child in Iraq. She grew up and became a teacher in Australia and now shares her love of literature with her students in Perth. It was a real pleasure to talk to her […]
As a teacher Janice Wedmaier was delighted to soak up the atmosphere of the Birthplace and discover new things about Shakespeare. It was great to hear her thoughts on the experience of being here and her positive feedback meant a great deal to us.
Jasmine and Jade where visiting the Birthplace with their parents and whilst they have not started studying Shakespeare at school yet they have heard of Romeo & Juliet.
Gavin came to visit the Birthplace because he has been studying Shakespeare back home and he wanted to see the iconic home of the man himself.
I talked to Heather upstairs at the Birthplace. Great to meet a real Shakespeare enthusiast who has taken part in one of Australia’s big Shakespeare festivals and so much appreciates the house and history of the great man himself.