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Happy 450th, Shakespeare!

Lifestyle / Travel : Intelligent Travel Blog

The Bard of Avon was born 450 years ago (today, in fact) and, rightly so, England is celebrating his enduring legacy. Rather than zipping over to Stratford for the day and checking off Shakespeare sites from a list, I wanted to expe...

Royal Institute of British Architects Stirling Prize 2011 Shortlist Announced in London

Arts : Artdaily

LONDON.- The beautifully simple Velodrome in London's Olympic Park, the carefully crafted remodelling of the Royal Shakespeare and Swan Theatres in Stratford upon Avon, a highly imaginative London school on a tight urban site, an in...

The Bard didn’t use Warwickshire dialect – so was he really Shakespeare?

News : The Raw Story

If you have any sort of interest in Shakespeare, you’ll be well aware that there’s been a long-running debate between those who think the man from Stratford upon Avon wrote the works that bear his name and those who don’t. A series ...

Artists interpret Shakespeare in Stratford

Local Interest / England : Anglotopia

New work by artists Tom Hunter and George Chakravarthi are to go on display at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford upon Avon this November. The exhibitions are part of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s 50th Birthday Season. Tom...

Shakespeare and Tarts in Stratford Canada

Lifestyle / Travel : A Traveler's Library

CULTURE TRAVEL Destination: Stratford Canada By Jessica Voigts Stratford is home to Shakespeare – Canadian style, that is. Located along the Avon River, Stratford, Canada is home to the Stratford Festival. The Stratford festival (in...


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