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In the Footsteps of Shakespeare

March's Research Conversation

A new nature-trail over the Welcombe Hills – the perfect opportunity to connect Shakespeare’s words with the natural world around us.

On 9 March, our Sustainable Shakespeare series of Research Conversations looks ahead to the beginning of a new nature-trail over the Welcombe Hills, where Shakespeare himself owned land.

We welcome Karl Curtis from the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust who will introduce the new trail, which offers the perfect opportunity for us to connect Shakespeare’s words with the natural world, as well as to learn and understand more about conservation work and wildlife.

Led by Andrew Anderson (The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust) and Karl Curtis (Warwickshire Wildlife Trust).

This event is part of our ‘Sustainable Shakespeare’ programme of events and talks.

The event begins with a thirty minute presentation and will be followed by an open discussion. Please note this is an online event held on Zoom.


All of our Research Conversations are free, but if you are in the position where you are able to support us with a donation, no matter large or small, we would be incredibly grateful. As the independent charity dedicated to sharing Shakespeare's work, life and times with the world, we rely on the support of visitors, event attendees, donors and Friends for 98% of our income to help conserve the priceless Shakespearian heritage in our care. Thank you for your support.


Listen back: If you were unable to attend our previous virtual Research Conversations, you can catch up on our audio recordings here

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