This is the final post in our series looking at the new ‘Shakespeare’s Stories’ exhibition. We are in Hall’s Croft with storyteller and exhibition curator Jan Blake. We are looking at some of the objects from the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust’s collections that are on display, including this child’s feeding bottle dated to the 15th or 16th century, and a number of Tudor coins.
Hall’s Croft is one of three venues hosting this exhibition that has been produced by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and the Royal Shakespeare Company and is part of the RSC’s World Shakespeare Festival for London 2012. This venue considers Shakespeare’s play The Comedy of Errors. In this video Jan talks about why she chose to display some of these objects and how they fit in with the themes that the exhibition is conveying.
‘Shakespeare’s Stories’ is open until the end of December 2012.