Photographic exhibition at Hall's Croft pictures Shakespeare's town after the tourists have gone home
The latest news from the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.
Have a go at traditional crafts and watch demonstrations during the event that forms part of the May Half-Term activities at the Shakespeare family homes in Stratford-upon-Avon
Raymond Antrobus, a Jamaican-British poet, will perform during a week of readings, workshops, talks and music from 15-23 June
Test your knowledge of the Bard with our new Shakespeare Trivial Pursuit game
A special programme of celebrations to mark Shakespeare’s 455th birthday in Stratford-upon-Avon.Shakespeare's Birthday
To mark English Tourism Week (30 March-7 April), here's ten Shakespeare-inspired souvenirs from the 1700s to the present day.
40 regional schools are among the first to benefit from the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust’s new Shakespeare Hub Schools projectShakespeare Week
National Apprenticeship Week (4 - 8 March): Apprentice joins Shakespeare Birthplace Trust gardening team
George Gregoriou, 48, champions training roles as figures show drop in new starters
Named one of Britain’s 100 Best Not-for-Profit Employers
Revamped children’s play area, rare breed Ryeland sheep, and a peasants' hovel among the new additions at the 23-acre Tudor working farm that was the family home of William Shakespeare's wife.