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Mother and daughter Shakespeare fans

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Shakespeare super fan Sellabathma from Singapore wanted to share her life long love of Shakespeare with her daughter Archanna and found the perfect place to do it – Shakespeare’s Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon.  It was a real pleasure to meet them both.

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Five year old Ava loves Romeo and Juliet

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Five year old Ava from London visited Shakespeare’s Birthplace with her parents and came dressed for the occasion.  She loves Romeo and Juliet and has the outfit to prove it.  Everyone enjoyed seeing a mini Juliet walk through the house where William Shakespeare grew up.

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Shakespeare headlining Glastonbury? Maybe next year…

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The actors and musicians who perform daily at Shakespeare’s Birthplace may not yet  have secured a slot on the Pyramid Stage at the Glastonbury festival but surely it’s only a matter of time.  Richard Bunn, Martin Smith and Jen Stone of Shakespeare Aloud, our in house troupe of professional players, usually sing songs from Shakespeare’s […]

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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 – Maureen’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 – Brian’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 – 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.