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Peace & Reconciliation Exhibition

Connecting advocates of world peace with Shakespeare

Come and enjoy our exhibition

In the centenary year of the end of the First World War, we're inviting advocates for world peace to share their favourite items from our world-renowned collections.

Come and enjoy the touching stories that connect these inspiring people with the extraordinary books, objects and documents we are famous for. Including; an exemplification of a fine between William Shakespeare and William Underhill, chosen by Terry Waite CBE and an illustration from Twelfth Night by W Heath Robinson chosen by Sophie Clausen.

This exhibition is open daily from 10-4pm and will be in the Marble Hall at Shakespeare's Birthplace. 

FREE entry with Birthplace and Full Story tickets.

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