Collaboration news

Winter trip to Stratford-upon-Avon

Our students spend a day learning and playing literary games in the wonderful hospitality of our Shakespeare Institute, culminating in a trip to see the RSC's adaptation of A Christmas Carol in the iconic Royal Shakespeare Theatre.

Three questions about institutions: Tobi Kyeremateng

In the lead-up to Radical Mischief (20-21 July 2018) the TOP blog is hosting responses to the conference's 9 provocations. Tobi Kyeremateng is a theatre, festival and live performance producer based in SW London, specialising in artist development, artistic collaboration and community engagement.

Three questions about institutions: Corinne Furness

In the lead-up to Radical Mischief (20-21 July 2018) the TOP blog is hosting responses to the conference's nine provocations. Corinne Furness is an AHRC funded doctoral researcher with the University of Birmingham and the Royal Shakespeare Company.

'Dreaming up your island' - Madeline Sayet

In the lead-up to Radical Mischief (20-21 July 2018) the TOP blog is hosting responses to the conference's nine provocations. Madeline Sayet is a director of classics, new plays, and opera.

'Fire At Sea' - Professor Richard Wilson

In the lead-up to Radical Mischief (20-21 July 2018) the TOP blog is hosting responses to the conference's nine provocations. Professor Wilson is the Sir Peter Hall Professor of Shakespeare Studies at Kingston University, London.

What manner of man was he?

Professor Sir Stanley Wells discusses the available archival and literary materials and the most promising intellectual approaches that might inform a personal biography of William Shakespeare.

How Shakespeare has inspired freedom movements

The British Council have recently released a short film of Professor Ewan Fernie talking about work on the topic of Shakespeare and freedom as well as why it's a great time to study Shakespeare in the UK.

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