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14 November 2022
The Shakespeare Institute is delighted to announce the award of two new Fellowships for deserving research students.
10 November 2022
Last week the Everything to Everybody: Your Shakespeare, Your Culture exhibition ended, what does that mean for the future of the Shakespeare Memorial Library?
17 October 2022
The Shakespeare Institute, in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), is launching its latest short course, Fall in with Shakespeare this month.
06 October 2022
‘Found in Translation: Understanding Shakespeare through Intercultural Dialogue’ conference was co-organised with Waseda University.
04 October 2022
An historic painting with a Shakespeare connection is set to star in a major new US exhibition.
10 June 2022
Watch the Shakespeare Institute's Professor Tiffany Stern present her inaugural lecture, recorded 9 May 2022 at the Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon.
18 May 2022
Over a quarter of the world's population plays videogames, and the gaming industry is larger than the film and music industries combined.
09 May 2022
Adult learners with Birmingham Adult Education Service attended a series of events hosted by Birmingham Stories to celebrate National Shakespeare Day.
04 May 2022
Professor Tiffany Stern talked to Fox TV about how the weather helped illustrate the good, the evil and inner turmoil of Shakespeare’s characters.
22 April 2022
PhD Shakespeare Studies student Isaac Chong provides five reasons why studying at the Shakespeare Institute could be your perfect next step.
14 April 2022
Dr Rose Whyman and Professor Graham Saunders presented at SERIOUS ABOUT COMEDY
08 April 2022
MA Shakespeare and Creativity student Paige Calvert tells us more about the recent Directing Workshop and what she gained from the session.
More forthcoming events
A collaboration with Birmingham City Council will revive the fortunes of the Birmingham Shakespeare Memorial Library