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It's curtain up on the Bard's last home as Shakespeare's New Place is re-imagined for a modern audience

The site of Shakespeare’s family home for 19 years has reopened following a £6million redesign. Siobhan Warwicker discovers the imaginative space in Stratford-upon-Avon.
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