The video includes items from the SBT library and archive:
1. The Ferrer's album
Georgina Chatterton, who lived in Baddesley Clinton, was an artist who compiled an album of paintings and sketches of Ireland in the nineteenth century, which is now housed in the SBT archive.
2. Shakespeare's sonnets translated into Irish by Muiris Sionóid
Muiris Sionóid presented his translations of the sonnets to the Trust in 2009. Inscribed by Muiris Sionóid with a dedication, President Michael D. Higgins inspected the book when he visited the Birthplace in April 2014.
3. Early Shakespeare editions
Also featured are early editions of Shakespeare's plays, which were published in Dublin and are now housed in the Trust's rare book stack.
4. Posters of the Irish-born actress Ada Rehan
Ada Rehan, born in Ireland in the nineteenth century, immigrated to America as a child. The theatre manager Augustin Daly saw her perform at the New York's Grand Opera House and recruited her to his company. Rehan was mainly known for her portrayal of comic heroines, in particular Katherine in The Taming of the Shrew. Women were among her greatest fans and they emulated her style and clothes.