Shakespeare Institute faculty and PhD students were extensively involved in this year's virtual World Shakespeare Congress, hosted by the University of Singapore.
Professor Michael Dobson in video conversation with Professor Ewan Fernie about the £1.7 million project 'Everything to Everybody'.
Artist and Curator Mohammed Ali – Soul City Arts has created two new graffiti murals in the heart of Sparkbrook and Balsall Heath for 'Everything to Everybody'
How Birmingham's Drama and Theatre Arts staff and students kept theatrical performance alive during the pandemic
We are delighted to announce our first cohort of 'Albert grads' from the MA Film and Television: Research and Production this summer, who have received certificates from BAFTA.
Bournville Bookfest 2021 takes place this September 10th-12th, at Woodbrooke House and Gardens
Ellen Addis, Midlands 4 Cities PhD student, watched top researchers from the University of Birmingham's as they took to the screen in this year's Hay Festival to lead talks and debates showcasing their research.
Shakespeare Beyond Borders Alliance is a global network established by the Shakespeare Institute with the aim of uniting those working with Shakespeare from around the world and from across the social spectrum.
Professor Jeanette Littlemore discusses how Jonathan Van Tam and others use metaphors when talking about the Covid-19 Pandemic, and why it works.
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 three-day online event will celebrate the launch of the Shakespeare Beyond Borders Alliance bringing people together who work within the field of Shakespeare.
A series of monologues based on characters from Shakespeare developed by postgraduate students from the University of Birmingham's Shakespeare Institute.