Thomas Nash's house and the garden where Shakespeare's house, New Place, was situated.
This garden is on the site of Shakespeare's house, New Place, that he bought after giving up the life of a playwright and returning to Stratford. He died here in 1616.
Thomas Nash, who owned this house, was the husband of Shakespeare's granddaughter.
A jester. Shakespeare wrote great humour within the greatest of dramas, King Lear, Henry V, Midsummer Nights Dream.