Students on the Spring into Shakespeare short course had the opportunity to take part in a series of Q&A sessions with Royal Shakespeare Company practitioners.
An exhibition of photography by Alan Gignoux and creative writing by people seeking refuge living in Birmingham, London, and Manchester.
Over Shakespeare's birthday weekend the Shakespeare Institute was proud to host Professor Nataliya Torkut and her colleague Professor Maya Harbuzyuk.
University of Birmingham academics and the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) launch a new project to make Shakespeare accessible for deaf children in schools.
Two Ukrainian academics will feature in William Shakespeare’s birthday celebrations in Stratford this weekend.
To celebrate two major anniversaries and Shakespeare’s birthday the Shakespeare Institute, in collaboration with others, are holding several exciting events.
Birmingham’s First Folio heads to Aston Hall on Shakespeare’s birthday, 23rd April, for its first outing of 2023.
This project will take a closer look at the cultural importance of Shakespeare in China and the translation of its religious materials.
Birmingham’s First Folio is set to continue its unprecedented tour of community spaces throughout 2023 as part of the ‘Everything to Everybody’ Project.
The College of Arts & Law remains amongst the best performing research-intensive universities in the world, according to the 2023 QS World University Rankings.
The 'laziness' of Oscar Wilde, Shakespeare's first folio and the children of ISIS will all be explored by University of Birmingham experts at Hay Festival 2023.
Professor Tiffany Stern featured in the Guardian article