Event name: Walking in Shakespeare's Footsteps led by Ian Fagelson
Event date: Sunday 10 January @7.30pm GMT.

Through the magic of Zoom Ian Fagleson (five star TripAdvisor tour guide) will take you back 400 years to the places where William Shakespeare lived and worked. Leaving his wife and children in Stratford, the young William Shakespeare started a new life in London. Rising from obscurity to superstar, he cut a swath through London society, attracting admirers, lawsuits and the odd begging letter. As a young actor, he lived in rented accommodation and got into trouble for not paying his taxes. By the end of his life, he owned property in fashionable Blackfriars. You will visit some of the most beautiful sites in London, taking in two of Shakespeare's London homes, Stationers' Hall where the earliest printed copies of Shakespeare's works were registered, the site where kidnapped boys were forced to perform by unscrupulous playhouse managers and the magnificent dining hall where Shakespeare & Co performed before an audience of lawyers and law students and the Globe Theatre.

Ian does not charge for this tour but instead he asks that you make a donation to two causes close to his heart: Norwood and WJR. You can donate by clicking on the one of the links below, your donation will automatically be divided between the two charities. Please use Virgin Money Giving for £ donations, FirstGiving for $ donations and PayPal for any currency. Thank you

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