Enjoy illustrations of one of Shakespeare's greatest heroines from the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Library.
Travel through time to find out more about some of the real people who will inspire the characters at our Museums at Night event
Philippa Higson discusses how a quote from Much Ado About Nothing was used in a nineteenth century article to promote patriarchal society and the suppression of women's rights.
Vice-President of the Polish Shakespeare Association, Anna Kowalcze-Pawlik, shares her impressions of a Shakespeare conference in Venice.
Watch a short film that explores how governments conduct diplomacy by looking at the world of Ambassador Henry Wotton and Shakespeare.
Balázs Szigeti tells us about the adventurous balancing act of surtitling a Hungarian Hamlet production into modern English.
Shakespeare's family homes
Summer was full of flip-flop days; in between the odd shower or two, deckchairs were splayed out on our lawns, their occupants dozing to the lazy drone of drunken bees.
Miranda investigates the madcap adventures of Thomas Coryat, an eccentric early modern travel writer
Katey Workman, Learning intern, explores the reception of Shakespeare in Spain.
While working as an intern in our Learning and Participation department, Katey Workman discovers her ties to Stratford-upon-Avon run far deeper than she knew