Check out the Shakespeare’s England blog and be inspired to plan a visit to the place the world famous playwright called home…


Jam or cream first? Now THAT is the question…

26th April 2017

New Afternoon Tea Dormy House Afternoon Tea | Warwick Castle

Luckily, here in Shakespeare’s England, we can decide for ourselves exactly how we wish to assemble our scones. And we’re spoiled with lots of places on our doorstep where we can indulge in this afternoon delight…

Take time out to tee off...

19th April 2017

Golf Summer Break

Fancy getting away for a golfing break this summer, but don’t want to drive too far?

Ready to be bowled over this summer?

10th April 2017

Victoria Park Leamington Bowls Championship Women's Tour Warwick Racecourse.

Whether you’re into betting, bikes or bowls, sports fans have much to keep them entertained in Shakespeare’s England over the coming months…

‘Cracking’ Easter treats for all the family

21st March 2017

Easter Quest at Kenilworth Castle A Victorian Easter at Hill Close Gardens Eggs Extravaganza at Hill Close Gardens

Wondering how to entertain the kids over the Easter holidays? You’ve come to the right place, as Shakespeare’s England is a real treat at Easter time…

Mum’s the word

15th March 2017

Mothers Day RSC Hall's Croft Mothers Day.

Just in case it’s slipped your notice, it’s Mothering Sunday on 26th March. But don’t panic, as we’ve got lots of great ideas for how you can spoil your mum.

Children go on a Mission with Shakespeare!

13th March 2017

Children across the nation have been set a mission to get online and learn about Shakespeare!

Ready for the three Rs… rest, relaxation and rejuvenation?

06th March 2017

Spa breaks

Feeling a bit jaded? Fancy a bit of TLC? Or just need to escape from the daily grind?
One of the best ways to recharge your batteries is to spend a few hours at a spa. Even better, stay overnight at a hotel with spa facilities and you’re guaranteed to check out feeling like a new person.

Shakespeare's England offers a warm welcome to ALL!

28th February 2017

Stratford Town Walk Royal Shakespeare Theatre

Shakespeare’s England boasts a wealth of visitor attractions, many of which are accessible for people with disabilities or impairments of any kind. And in view of the forthcoming Disabled Access Day 10th-12th March, we thought it might be useful to highlight a few in and around Stratford-upon-Avon…

Celebrate Literary Heroes

21st February 2017

Jane Austen Evenings Stoneleigh Abbey

With several major anniversaries being celebrated this year – including the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death and 20 years since publication of the first Harry Potter book – 2017 is set to be a bumper year for literary lovers.

When in Rome...

13th February 2017

Julius Caesar RSC Coriolanus RSC

Most of us will have seen a production of Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet or Much Ado About Nothing at some point over the years – whether performed as a school play or by a professional theatre company.