MA Shakespeare and Creativity students from the Shakespeare Institute performed in Stratford as part of their postgraduate Shakespeare in Society Module.
In November 2021, the University of Birmingham welcomed the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) to our Edgbaston campus as part of our exciting collaboration with the theatre company.
Madeleine Carter and Rebecca Feely (MA Shakespeare & Creativity) talk about their part in the series of monologues based on characters from Shakespeare, but translated into a modern context.
A series of monologues based on characters from Shakespeare developed by postgraduate students from the University of Birmingham's Shakespeare Institute.
Our MA Shakespeare and Creativity students have produced 9 short films as part of the West Midlands Culture Response Unit's 'It Gets Lighter From Here' festival on Monday 21 December.
The Royal Shakespeare Company are working with students at the University of Birmingham on an online project, to help them continue their studies through the pandemic.
Undergraduate English trip to Stratford-upon-Avon.
An exhibition and interactive event celebrating identity, in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
The RSC and the University of Birmingham have been exploring how rehearsal room techniques can help deaf young people understand and enjoy Shakespeare.
As part of their Shakespeare and Creativity MA, students from the University of Birmingham have presented two new plays in response to Shakespeare at The Other Place.
Shakespeare Institute students talk about their experience of attending a week long workshop with RSC Director Iqbal Khan looking at the provocation "What is a modern history play?"
Community representatives from across Birmingham had an exciting preview of a major new project which will unlock the city's forgotten Shakespearean heritage.