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  1. Hace 3 días · Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon, where Shakespeare was baptised and is buried

  2. Hace 5 días · His grave is in the parish church of Holy Trinity. It was not until 1769—more than a century and a half after the playwright’s death, when the actor-producer David Garrick inaugurated the first of the annual birthday celebrations—that an attempt was made to preserve buildings and other memorials of Shakespeare’s life in the town.

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  3. 6 de jul. de 2024 · The moulded ribs at the apices meet the walls with carved foliage bosses, and where they intersect in the centre is a large octagonal boss with a battered representation of the Trinity. In the north angles of the porch are the remains of holy-water stoups with basins, now destroyed, that stood on quarter-octagonal shafts.

  4. Hamnet was not born alone but with his twin sister, Judith; the firstborn, Susanna, had arrived in 1583. The two babies were baptized on the same day of their birth in the local parish church, the Collegiate Church of the Holy Trinity (where their father had been baptized and where his tomb is located).

  5. 16 de jun. de 2024 · Welcome to our Parish Eucharist celebrating Inclusive Church Sunday. The service is led by Phil Harper and the sermon given by Rev'd Emma Harrington with Rev'd Patrick Taylor presiding. Our readings this morning are from Galatians 3.23-4.7 & Luke 15.1-10. See less. Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon. 198.

  6. Hace 4 días · The coat of arms appears on Shakespeare’s monument (constructed before 1623) in the Stratford church. Equally interesting as evidence of Shakespeare’s worldly success was his purchase in 1597 of New Place, a large house in Stratford, which he as a boy must have passed every day in walking to school.

  7. 3 de jul. de 2024 · Old Town is the street leading from the south end of Church Street to the parish church. On the northeast side of it are Hall's Croft and the Dower House (of the Cloptons) with Avon Croft, both of Elizabethan date.