In striking contrast to the typical 15th-Century style of this area sits Stratford Town Hall. It owes its classic stone ... More
In striking contrast to the typical 15th-Century style of this area sits Stratford Town Hall. It owes its classic stone design to the fact that it was completely re-built in the 1800s. The original building, which housed the Market Hall, dated back to 1634. However, it suffered extensive damage from a gunpowder explosion during the Civil War when parliamentarian forces were in occupation. Look out for the statue of Shakespeare, presented to the town by David Garrick, set in a niche on one of the exterior walls. Beneath this is a plaque commemorating the silver jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth II in 1977.
Known as the "Jewel in Liverpool's Crown", the Town Hall is a Grade 1 listed building situated in one of
seven remaining medieval streets of the city. Originally built between 1748 1755, it was subsequently gutted by a fire ...
King Edward VI Grammar School set in the heart of Stratford's Old Town is a low, black and white timbered
building that dates back to the century before Shakespeare's birth. King Edward VI dispossessed the Guild of the Holy ...
This gallery welcomes its visitors to browse among the vivid and varied range of contemporary prints and paintings on display.
With work by both local and worldwide artists, there is something for everyone looking for art with a minimalist ...