Took place in the Trinity Parish Church in Stratford-upon-Avon. No one knows the exact date of his birth so people believe it was on April 23, 1564.
Shakespeare's father was elected for some civic positions such as chamberlain of the borough, alderman and high bailiff.
Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway
Shakespeare's first born child born six months after the wedding of her parents
They were williams second and third child. They were twins named after close friends of William. Hamnet tragically died at the age of eleven in 1596.
The exact dates of the writing are not known but it is believed that this trilogy was written between 1590 and 1592.
Performed at the Rose
Was published by Richard Field. THis particular poem was dedicated to Henry Wriothesley, Shakespeare's patron.
He wrote seven line stanzas in iambic pentameter or better known as rhyme royal.
He died at the age of 11 and the cause of death is not known.
Garter King of Arms granted permission to John Shakespeare and his children to display the gold coat-of-arms, with a black banned and a silver spear.
For a total of £60, Shakespeare the second largest house in his home town. When Shakespeare moved in it was over 100 years old and came with ten fireplaces and two barns.
Shakespeare staged many of his plays and acted in the Globe. One incident in 1613 caused the Globe to burn down and was rebuilt ind 1614 and was then demolished in 1644
Fist recorded performance of this play.
Shakespeare's acting crew or The Chamberlain's Men, registered As You like it with a company by the name of Stationer's Company.
This play was performed at the Globe
We don't know much about how old he was but we do know he was married to his wife, Mary Arden for 44 years .
He purchased 107 acres of land for a total of £320.
Was published by two London book sellers by the names of Nicholas Ling and John Trundell
the first recorded performance was before Kind James I and his royal court.
believed to be performed on St. Stephen's Day at the court of King James I
According to records it was first performed at WHitehall Place before James I
This was a marriage between Shakespeare's daughter and a noted physician.
She was only 68 at the time of her passing and was buried at the Holy Trinity Church
The thatched roof caught on fire after a discharge during a production of Henry VIII. Luckily no one was killed or injured but the Globe burned to the ground
This is the last document he ever produced.
No one knows how he died but some say it was because of too much drinking and a fever.
He is buried in the chancel of the Holy Trinity Church in Stratford. Written on his tomb there is a warning:
Good friend for Jesus sake forbear,
To did the dust enclosed here.
Blessed be the man that spares these stones,
And cursed be he that moves my bones