Welcome to Shakespeare & Stratford-upon-Avon
Twelfth Night, Act 2, Sc.5
Stratford-upon-Avon has long been synonymous with William Shakespeare.
So if you would like to discover more about this famous Warwickshire playwright and author look no further.
We have a host of interesting facts and figures about William Shakespeare available to you on this site.
On this Shakespeare -Stratford web site you will find all you need to know to enable you to plan your visit to Shakespeare's Stratford.
For further information on the town of Stratford-upon-Avon, including information on
Accommodation, Eating Out and What's On,
and much more - why not visit www.stratford-upon-avon.co.uk
Maximise your stay in the area by following our touring guide.
If you are looking for accommodation. Select the link and you will find a host of accommodation choices from: hotels, B&B's, guesthouses, private houses, farmhouses, self-catering, (vacation rentals), long and short-stay lets, caravan and camping sites and even the YHA.
The Works of William Shakespeare
Whilst there are many works attributed to William Shakespeare, the list of works given below, whilst not complete, indicates the order and date in which it is thought the works were completed.
Titus Andronicus - 1588-94
The Comedy of Errors - 1588-94
Henry VI Parts 1,2,3 - 1590-91
The Taming of the Shrew 1590
The Two Gentlemen of Verona - 1590-95
King John - 1591
Richard III - 1592
Love's Labour's Lost - 1593
Romeo & Juliet - 1593-96
A Midsummer Night's Dream - 1595-96
The Merchant of Venice - 1596-98
Richard II - 1595-96
Henry IV Part 1 - 1596-97
Henry IV Part 2 - 1597-98
The Merry Wives of Windsor 1597
Much Ado About Nothing - 1597
Henry V - 1599
Julius Caesar - 1599
As You Like It - 1600
Twelfth Night - 1599-01
Hamlet - 1600
Troilus & Cressida - 1602
All's Well That End's Well - 1602-04
Measure for Measure - 1603-04
Othello - 1604
King Lear - 1606
Macbeth - 1606
Timon of Athens - 1606
Antony & Cleopatra - 1608
Cymbeline - 1609-10
The Winter's Tale - 1610-11
The Tempest - 1611
The Two Noble Kinsmen (& Fletcher) - 1613
Henry Viii (& Fletcher?) - 1613
Life history of William Shakespeare
Over the span of his fifty two years, from a relatively obscure background, he achieved fame, wealth and status without ever losing touch with his roots in his native Warwickshire. He began and ended his life in Stratford-upon-Avon. Click here for an in-depth look at William Shakespeare's life.
In Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, you will find the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust for further details on the work of the Birthplace Trust click here.
Details of life in Shakespearean times
The Shakespeare family, its life and times an insight to what's on offer at the family home, here in the middle of Stratford-upon-Avon. Click here to discover how the Shakespeare family lived .
Stratford in Shakespearean Times
To find out about life in Shakespearean times during the reign of Elizabeth 1 just
click here to discover what Shakespeare's Stratford looked like.
Royal Shakespeare Company
For full details on the theatre programmes and schedules
please click here to link to the RSC Royal Shakespeare Company web site.
For more information on Stratford
Go to Stratford-upon-Avon Home Page
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