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Nic has a passion for history and how visitors to historic sites experience and engage with the wide range of stories that house and their owners have to tell.  After studying English and European Renaissance History, with a particular focus on costume, Nic continues to pursue a range range of research interests including early dance form, historic food and portraiture. Prior to joining the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, he was the curator of Leeds Castle, Kent, where he was responsible for the preservation and conservation of the buildings and significant collections of furniture, textiles and documents as well as decorative and fine art.  

With more than 15 years of experience in managing large-scale exhibitions and programmes of building conservation, Nic has been with the Trust since 2013 and has been responsible for the delivery of a number of projects.This includes the ambitious re-imagining of the site of New Place; Shakespeare’s adult family home in the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon.

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This is where the story began Enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of a working Tudor Farm Relive Shakespeare’s love story Walk in Shakespeare's footsteps The home of Shakespeare’s daughter, Susanna