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The Tudor Society

Shakespeare’s Stratford and Schoolroom

In this week's Friday video, our roving reporter, Philippa Lacey Brewell, visits Stratford upon Avon, starting at Shakespeare's birthplace, through town to Shakespeare's schoolroom, where she shows us inside, and ending up at Holy Trinity Church where William Shakespeare was buried. With this video you can enjoy these places from the comfort of your favourite armchair.

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  1. E /

    Thanks Philippa, I enjoyed this. Felt rather like I was there. The idea of the table carvings I.D. project is mind-boggling!

  2. M /

    This tour was so wonderful! Thank you, Ms Philippa for taking the time and effort to make it. I learned a lot and now am in love the the town.
    Dr Mimi Harmon
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    1. < /

      If you do get the chance to go, Mimi, then definitely go as it’s a stunning place. I’m biased as I grew up near it, but I still love it even though I was there all through my childhood and youth. You might also be interested in https://www.tudorsociety.com/discover-the-tudors-tour-day-5-shakespeares-stratford-upon-avon/ and https://www.tudorsociety.com/holy-trinity-church-stratford-upon-avon-shakespeares-resting-place/

  3. K /

    Such a wonderful tour. I enjoyed seeing all the wonderful places. My only regret was not being there in person. Thanks so much!☺

  4. L /

    It would be nice to see Stratford where Shakespeare was born, I’ll have to try and visit there and it is understandable that the people of Stratford being proud of there history. I visited Peterborough last year and the people there were the same they are extremely proud of their Queen Katherine of Aragon

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Shakespeare’s Stratford and Schoolroom