Shakespeare’s 448th birthday in Britain: the elders playing Shakespeare quill pens

April 23, is Shakespeare’s 448th birthday. On April 21, in Shakespeare’s hometown British evan river parade of Stratford town, an old man dressed as Shakespeare for Shakespeare’s former residence came out of the wood door, give a symbol of Shakespeare’s talent quill pens and a king Edward vi school students, the great playwright who studied there. On the same day, in Shakespeare’s hometown British evan riverside town in Stratford, residents and visitors a parade, to commemorate the Shakespeare’s 448th birthday. Shakespeare was born in 1564, died in 1616, is one of the greatest playwright in the world, leaving 38 plays, 154 sonnets and other poems. His work has been translated into many languages has been generalized to all over the world, widely loved by the people. Evan riverside Stratford on Avon is a small town of only 25500 people, Shakespeare grew up in here. Trace of town still kept his life.