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Shakespeare & Me: Be Inspired, Full Programme

Part of the Winter Programme

Performances | Talks | Exhibitions

Exhibitions, talks and events to uncover Shakespeare’s influence on countless creative works, from sculpture to emojis.

Activities take place from 12 pm-4 pm, unless otherwise stated, and are included in general admission. So if you already have a valid pass you can come along for free!

Talks

Inspired by Shakespeare with Jill Berelowitz
SHAKESPEARE’S NEW PLACE, 9 FEBRUARY, TIME TBC
Sculptor Jill Berelowitz shares how Shakespeare inspired her to create His Mind's Eye, the artwork at the heart of Shakespeare's New Place. Jill is one of London's most innovative sculptors, known for her bronze and steel works.

Meet the Experts
SHAKESPEARE’S BIRTHPLACE, 14 JANUARY, 10 am - 4 pm
Enjoy this unique opportunity to meet our expert collections team, showing rarely seen items from our archives.


Workshops

Sweetmeats and Suckets
HALL’S CROFT, 16-24 FEBRUARY, 12 pm - 4 pm
Got a sweet tooth? Join us for an introduction to Jacobean sugar work and sweet foods.

Shakespeare in Emojis
SHAKESPEARE’S NEW PLACE, 16-24 FEBRUARY
Using emojis we will recreate your own version of a Shakespeare play in our puppet theatre.


Exhibitions

Be Inspired: Shakespeare & Me
SHAKESPEARE’S BIRTHPLACE, 15 FEBRUARY – 31 DECEMBER
An exhibition of objects from our world renowned collections inspired by Shakespeare. From Paintings to sculpture we hope that they
will inspire you.


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This is where the story began Enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of a working Tudor Farm. We are now closed for winter and will re-open 16 March 2019. Relive Shakespeare’s love story Walk in Shakespeare's footsteps The home of Shakespeare’s daughter, Susanna