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All the World's a Stage: The Women Who Made Shakespeare

at Shakespeare's Birthplace

Enjoy live performances in the gardens of Shakespeare's Birthplace all season long.

At selected dates throughout the year, we are welcoming the talented team from 'Events from History,' who will be performing some of Shakespeare’s most famous scenes.

This year, as we celebrate our multi-year theme, The Women Who Made Shakespeare, these immersive live performances will spotlight a range of duologues featuring some of Shakespeare’s most iconic female characters.

From Lady Macbeth and Cleopatra to Juliet and Rosalind, come and be part of the experience as the team performs scenes from these much-loved characters in the place where Shakespeare was born.

Staged in the gardens of Shakespeare's Birthplace, live performances take place every 20 minutes throughout the day during weekends, the Warwickshire school holidays, and special days.

Look out for All the World’s a Stage at Shakespeare’s Birthplace on the following dates in 2024:

Weekends from: 16 March – 3 November
Easter Holidays: 23 March – 7 April
May Day: 6 May
May Half Term: 25 May – 02 June
Summer Holidays: 20 July - 1 September
October Half Term: 26 October – 3 November

All the World’s a Stage is included in your admission to Shakespeare’s Birthplace and your Shakespeare Story Ticket.

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