EVENTS

Tuesday 3 October 2017, 6.30pm — 9.00pm

‘Everywhere’: Shakespeare and John Keats at Eton.
An evening of readings with actor Scott Handy. Devised and co-presented by Paul Edmondson, and Stanley Wells.

‘Everywhere’: Shakespeare and John Keats at Eton.: An evening of readings with actor Scott Handy. Devised and co-presented by Paul Edmondson, and Stanley Wells.

Tuesday 3 October 2017, 6.30pm — 9.00pm

On 3 October 1817, the poet John Keats visited Shakespeare's Birthplace with his friend Benjamin Bailey. Next to his name in the visitors' book, under 'place of abode', Keats wrote 'Everywhere.' He was profoundly inspired by Shakespeare, and to mark the anniversary of his memorable visit, you are invited to a special evening with actor Scott Handy (as Keats) at Eton College, Windsor. A special programme of Keats's Shakespeare-related poetry and prose will be accompanied by the opportunity to see some of Eton College's special collections relating to John Keats and Shakespeare.
Tickets: £15 (includes sandwiches and refreshments). Car parking available. 
For bookings please go to: Book Online 
Eton College is pleased to support The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, and to give a special welcome to members of the Keats-Shelley Memorial Association.​

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