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Volunteering at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust – Stephen’s story

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Last week was National Volunteers’ Week and we seized the opportunity to celebrate the wonderful contribution made by volunteers across the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. The skills and experience our volunteers bring to the Trust are rich and varied and each one of them has a unique story to tell.  Stephen is a volunteer guide at […]

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A date with Shakespeare

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Last week it was National Volunteers’  Week and we seized the opportunity to celebrate the wonderful contribution made by volunteers across the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. The skills and experience our volunteers bring to the Trust are rich and varied and each one of them has a unique story to tell.   Rano is a volunteer […]

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Volunteering at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust – Jan’s story

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It’s National Volunteers’ Week and we’ve seized the opportunity to celebrate the wonderful contribution made by volunteers across the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. The skills and experience our volunteers bring to the Trust are rich and varied and each one of them has a unique story to tell.  We hope this week’s blogs go some way […]

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Volunteering at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust – John’s story

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It’s National Volunteers’ Week and we’ve seized the opportunity to celebrate the wonderful contribution made by volunteers across the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. The skills and experience our volunteers bring to the Trust are rich and varied and each one of them has a unique story to tell.  We hope this week’s blogs go some way […]

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Happy Birthday Shakespeare from some temporary Tudors

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On William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday, visitors to his Birthplace had the chance to dress up as if it was still the sixteenth century.  These young people from Manchester transformed themselves into temporary Tudors and brought the garden alive with their energy,wit and enthusiasm.   It was great to meet them.

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Celebrating William Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday

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On April 23rd 1564 William Shakespeare was born in a house on Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon.  Exactly 450 years later, in the garden of the very same house, visitors from around the world gathered to celebrate the Bard’s big birthday.  The atmosphere was full of joy and we hope that the birthday blogs on Living Shakespeare […]

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“Shakespeare must be so proud to share a birthday with my aunt!”

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If you share a birthday with William Shakespeare there’s only one place to be on April 23rd and that’s here in the house where he was born on Henley Street  in Stratford upon Avon.  “Shakespeare must be so proud to share a birthday with my aunt!” said Campbell McKegg from New Zealand when he and […]

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Life’s better when you’re rocking a ruff

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In Shakespeare’s time, all stylish Elizabethans held one firm conviction –  the bigger your ruff, the better your day.  Which is why it was such a joy to see the garden of Shakespeare’s Birthplace brought alive on his 450th birthday by visitors like 11 year old Jacob Taylor from Yardley Wood, who dropped in at […]

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Visitors from Thailand celebrate 450 years of Shakespeare

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On William Shakespeare’s Birthday we welcomed visitors from all over the world to his Birthplace here in Stratford -upon-Avon. It was great to meet two Shakespeare fans from Thailand who were happy to don a couple of cloaks from our special Tudor dressing up tent and wish the great man a happy birthday.

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All the best people came to Shakespeare’s Birthplace for “Bill’s birthday”

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On the day William Shakespeare turned 450 years old,  all the best people were inspired to come and join us here at the Birthplace and it was a real pleasure to spend time in the company of Christine and Douglas Cavigan from Balsall Common.  As Douglas explained, “wifey got up this morning, she said ‘it’s […]