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Tag Archives: Shakespeare 400

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  • 30
    Jan

    2017

    An Interview with Whoop ‘n’ Wail...

    In 2016, as part of our Shakespeare 400 commemorations, we invited the public to submit short play skits inspired by the works of the Bard. In this interview we talk to Ali Kemp and Deborah Klayman, the...

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  • 4
    Aug

    2016

    Shakespeare’s First Folio: the most-studied...

    The most-studied book in the world must be Mr William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies, a collection of thirty-six plays first published in London in 1623 and now known as the First Folio....

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  • 15
    Jul

    2016

    Speaking Shakespeare Today

    You can’t speak English without speaking Shakespeare. Not only did he introduce several hundred words still used today (assassination, beguiling, contaminated, domineering, excitement, fixture, go-between,...

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  • 23
    Jun

    2016

    Shakespeare as Interpreted by the Next Generation...

    In honor of the 400th Anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death this past April, we devoted the entire month to the Bard, featuring a different Shakespeare-themed blogpost, interview, competition or...

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  • 26
    Apr

    2016

    What does Shakespeare mean to you?

    This weekend, 400 years after his death, Shakespeare was commemorated all over the world. This in itself is a testament to the legacy left by the playwrite, who is recognised and loved by all. Our Shakespeare...

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  • 17
    Apr

    2016

    Shakespeare through the Ages

    Gail Marshall, author of Shakespeare in the Nineteenth Century and Shakespeare and Victorian Women explores why Shakespeare is still so embedded in our culture and has been through the ages......

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