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Is Hamlet staged too often?

Is Hamlet staged too often?
Description
Professor Michael Dobson talks with The Guardian's Clare Brennan about Benedict Cumberbatch's Hamlet in 2015.
Date:
10/04/2014

The student perspective: postgradute study in Shakespeare

The student perspective: postgradute study in Shakespeare
Description
In the latest of our student perspective video series, our current MA students talk about their courses.
Date:
27/03/2014

English undergraduates 1 Henry IV study trip

English undergraduates 1 Henry IV study trip
Description
Department of English study afternoon at the Shakespeare Institute.
Date:
19/03/2014

National Theatre workshops: King Lear in context

National Theatre workshops: King Lear in context
Description
Dr Abigail Rokison is leading three workshops on King Lear in context with members of the National Theatre company.
Date:
12/03/2014

British Graduate Shakespeare Conference 2014

British Graduate Shakespeare Conference 2014
Description
Call for papers.
Date:
11/03/2014

Proposal for Shakespeare to be the first European Laureate

Proposal for Shakespeare to be the first European Laureate
Description
Professor Michael Dobson, Director of the Shakespeare Institute, will be visiting Brussels on 20 March.
Date:
10/03/2014

'Shakespeare and Theatre' and 'Shakespeare and Education' videos

'Shakespeare and Theatre' and 'Shakespeare and Education' videos
Description
Dr Erin Sullivan discusses our postgraduate taught degree courses.
Date:
04/03/2014

Pride of Stratford awards

Pride of Stratford awards
Description
Two of the Shakespeare Institutes student organisations have been nominated for the Pride of Stratford awards.
Date:
04/02/2014

Freetown! Shakespeare and social flourishing

Freetown! Shakespeare and social flourishing
Description
Full video recording of Professor Ewan Fernie's inaugural lecture.
Date:
29/01/2014

Shakespeare and Creativity students present Shakespeare Unbard

Shakespeare and Creativity students present Shakespeare Unbard
Description
Was Shakespeare a product of his age or 'for all time', as Ben Jonson claimed? Is it appropriate to treat Shakespeare as separate from all other writers? Who does Shakespeare's work belong to? And ultimately, what kind of Shakespeare do we want?
Date:
08/01/2014
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