Shakespeare 400 years is a legacy of celebrations marking the death of William Shakespeare. Celebrations of his works will be carried out on a national and international scale.
His plays are being performed in theatres across the country and abroad. The Royal Shakespeare Company is spearheading most of the productions. They will tour the UK, China, New York and many other parts of the globe. THE GLOBAL TOUR HAS COME TO AN END.
Shakespeare is England’s most celebrated dramatist and poet. His works have been translated into 80 languages, including Star Trek’s Klingon.
ynuk.tv went to his home town Stratford-upon-Avon to find and talk to fans. Watch the video
Such amazing performances. Shakespeare one of the most popular plays in theatre these days. Are you a Shakespeare fan? Don’t be shy about it let us know. Drop by our comment box and leave us your views. We would love to hear from you. We are here 24/7 and eager to meet our viewers.
Have you been to Stratford? It obviously oozes Shakespeare. But it is a great place to visit and it should be on your list of places to see.
Theatre’s fill when a Shakespeare play is on. They are expensive to do and attend but all worth it. Visitors from around the world visit Stratford to see Shakespeare. The theatre sits on the river banks. Wonderful trees surround the area. A calm and serene atmosphere. Boats available to take a row along the river. Sound good? There are restaurants and cafes in the area.
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