Students Mary (BA English with Shakespeare Studies) and Vanessa (BA Drama and English) share their experiences of the Stratford Residential study trip.
Signing Shakespeare project providing support to deliver compulsory teaching on the Bard in accessible way for deaf young people
The university’s Shakespeare Institute has this summer extended its collaboration not just with the Royal Shakespeare Company but with the State.
In partnership with the ‘Everything to Everybody’ Project the Punjabi bus will share South Asian material from Birmingham’s Shakespeare Collection.
Last week, the University welcomed almost one hundred international scholars onto campus for the ‘Authenticity and Adaptation’ conference.
Aimee shares the reasons she decided to study the Bard at the University of Birmingham and her favourite modules so far.
The annual Hay Festival was held in book town Hay-On-Wye from 25th May to 4th June this year.
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.