Daniel Evans and Tamara Harvey, the new Joint Artistic Directors of the Royal Shakespeare Company became Senior Honorary Fellows of the Shakespeare Institute.
From Westminster and guest lecture invites to cross-cultural PhDs and birthday celebrations, the ties between China and the Shakespeare Institute run deep.
Dr Chris Laoutaris has been invited to join the Fellowship in recognition of his outstanding work and achievements as a member of the community of English.
University of Birmingham's Dr Chris Laoutaris, Associate Professor in Shakespeare, has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
Interim report on the activities and civic engagement taking place as part of the Culture Forward project.
Students on the MA Shakespeare and Creativity programme had the opportunity to engage in an interactive Ensemble workshop with an RSC actor and practitioner.
The Shakespeare Institute will be further developing the University of Birmingham's partnership with Waseda University, Tokyo through a two-day symposium.
Cultivating Global Perspectives: Culture Forward’s contribution to the Forum and hear from our brilliant students about their experience!
The new series, Shakespeare: Rise of a Genius, is the centrepiece of the BBC’s Shakespeare season celebrating the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s First Folio
Birmingham’s First Folio’s tour as part of the ‘Everything to Everybody’ Project culminates in a day of Shakespearean celebration at Bullring & Grand Central.
Stratford Literary Festival are delighted to announce that the University will become the Festival’s Education Partner from September.
Soul City Arts and the University of Birmingham’s Culture Forward initiative is thrilled to announce the unveiling of an arts installation entitled 'NOMAD.'