Artistic Director Neil Armfield and Australian composer Brett Dean’s production Hamlet will make its Australian debut 2 – 18 March at the Adelaide Festival 2018
Shakespeare Live – From The RSC, 3 hours of truly sublime entertainment honours a man of enduring influence as seen through an extraordinary array of characters
The bard from England’s Stratford on Avon William Shakespeare helped shape England’s sense of national identity as he became the greatest dramatist of all time
Shakespeare in the Royal Library, starting 13 February 2016, is an exhibition at Windsor Castle examining aspects of the playwright and his influence on royalty
Good Will Shakespeare lived a ‘no frills life’ and survived on his wits. Edward de Vere lived his life as a courtier and he was immensely creative and clever
To bring the First Folio, the great authoritative publication to everyone in the world via digitisation is as noble and magnificent a project as can be imagined
From July to November 2012 the British Museum is presenting what will most likely be one of the key exhibitions of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Celebrations. Shakespeare – Staging the World will be produced in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company. It aims to provide an innovative perspective on the bard and his plays.
Elizabeth 1 was the ultimate feminist, fashioning herself and her kingdom into a major world power by believing in the qualities of the men who surrounded her
Shakespeare’s Sonnet 29 is a speaker-focused piece of prose, that seemingly celebrates inner truth as it beguiles us with its language and style
Was Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford in the Elizabethan Age really the Anonymous author of the incredible works of Elizabethan playwright William Shakespeare?