Oxford World Book Capital 2014

Hello again Oxford World Bookers, sorry for such a long absence – holidays and work experience following that have meant no time whatsoever to devote to the blog – but I’m pleased to say I’m back again and ready to do some last-minute posts on why Oxford deserves to win before UNESCO’s decision in early … Continue reading

All the World’s A Stage (Day 2)

Day 2 of All the World’s A Stage sees Shakespeare taking us round Stratford-upon-Avon for another experience in literary history. If you missed Day 1, click here. Stop 10: Nash’s House and the Dig Shakespeare exhibition. Do I dig Shakespeare? I certainly do! This site is really important for Shakespeare enthusiasts as right next to … Continue reading

All the World’s A Stage (Day 1)

Last weekend I ventured forth from Oxford to Stratford-upon-Avon for the first time. I’ve lived in Oxford for two years now and I just made it the 1.5 hours to the picturesque town of Shakespeare’s birth. What a shame! If I’d known £5 tickets were available for those between 16 and 25 at the Royal … Continue reading

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