Tag Archives: Nash’s House

Digging the Dirt on Shakespeare

Although I wasn’t up precisely with the lark this morning, I probably heard it.   I was due at New Place in time for an interview with BBC Coventry and Warwick. Our Dig for Shakespeare recommences and it was great to see our two lead archaeologists, Kevin Colls and Will Mitchell, from Birmingham Archaeology busily […]

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Broadcasting Shakespeare

Last Monday I arose early, ate my autumn porridge, and sallied forth while it was still dark (with a broken arm) to Nash’s House. There was a flask of coffee in my bag. I was let in by our House Manager, Chloe, and we were joined shortly by James Alexander, a B.B.C. radio producer. He […]

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Archaeology in a Box

As usual the school half-term break has been anything but that for the Heritage Education Team of The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust: it has been a hectic week, preparing for all the school visits booked in between now and the end of term – just under a thousand children will be coming, most of them to […]

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