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For a wide selection of music books and printed music for every possible instrument, look no further than the aptly named Musicroom. This is also the place for keyboards, digital pianos, violins, brass and woodwind, drums, PA systems and every accessory imaginable. If it's guitars you are after, then you will be in 7th heaven. The guitar section here is particularly impressive, including Fenders (Strats and Telecasters), Squire (budget Fender) and Gibson (Les Paul).
This store, which was established in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1858, specializes in blending the traditional with the contemporary. Here you will find a wide selection of china and a display of cookware that seems to expand daily. Furniture includes an established range by Parker-Knoll alongside modern sofa and chair designs in a glut of colors. Perhaps surprisingly, there is also a wide choice of furnishing and dress fabrics. These are, in fact, one of the shop's specialties. With your browsing and buying completed, take a well-earned rest in the popular Mediterranean café-bar and restaurant on the first floor. Note that a wedding gift service and gift tokens are available.
You will find Exelle tucked away in the delightful Minories that run between Henley Street and Rother Street. This deceptively spacious shop has two floors of fashionably designed clothes in sizes 16 to 30. You are welcome to browse through its comprehensive collection, aimed at the more discerning shopper and bearing all the hallmarks of classic English style, before you try or buy. Here you will find a considered and well put-together range that includes separates, lingerie, hats and accessories. Perfect for buying a complete outfit for that special occasion.
Set in the old market area of Stratford-upon-Avon, Rother Street now plays host to a series of Farmers' Markets. Held on the first and third Saturdays of the summer months, the Farmers' Market is your chance for you to buy local produce directly from local people. As more of us become concerned about what we eat, these markets give you the chance to ask before you buy. Whether it's cheeses, chutney or sausages you want, you can be sure that this market will pass your taste test. This market is held only on the first and third Saturdays.
Offering contemporary clothing for men and women, this welcoming shop claims to be more than a clothes shop—it's a way of life! The Hub look encompasses comfort, casual, urban and directional. To achieve this, there is a choice of clothes, accessories, jewelery and footwear. Shoes are by Acupuncture, Stripe and Camper with clothes by French Connection, Box Fresh and an exclusive engineered range of Levis.
If you are studying Shakespeare, then this shop situated opposite Shakespeare's Birthplace, is the place to get your play texts, study notes and criticism. In doing so you will be supporting The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (who owns and manages the shop and who owns and manages the Shakespeare Houses) as all profits are used to support the Trust's work. The shop also stocks publications on theater, film and Tudor history as well as videos, audio cassettes, CD's and CD-ROMs that cater to children, students and those who have a general interest in Shakespeare. Note that a worldwide mail order service is available.