Posted by on April 13, 2019 7:20 am
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Bard’s home, possibly near Liverpool Street, could have been next to ‘powerful figures’

Some of William Shakespeare’s most famous plays may have been inspired by his elite neighbours, a theatre historian has claimed.

Geoffrey Marsh, director of the V&A’s department of theatre and performance, spent 10 years researching the exact location and surroundings of Shakespeare’s east London home close to Liverpool Street station in the late 1590s.

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