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Cambridge School Shakespeare
We are proud to be working in collaboration with Cambridge University Press, who publish over 200 Shakespeare titles.
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Delve deeper into the world of Shakespeare
Short educational courses for groups aged 15 and upwards. Fun and educational courses that are the perfect accompaniment to a theatre visit.
Three day courses designed to complement current RSC productions
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Stories exploring Shakespeare through the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Collections
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Discover thousands of manuscripts, rare books, artefacts and works of art with fascinating associations with William Shakespeare
Explore some of our star objects
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Explore Your Archive 2014Thu 20 Nov 2014
Last week was ‘Explore Your Archive‘ week, a national campaign set up by the National Archives to encourage awareness of archives and what they hold and to enable people to discover the archives in their local area. We held…
Cultural Communications: an Iznik DishFri 14 Nov 2014
Produced between 1575 and 1625 by craftsmen working in the Iznik kilns in north-west Anatolia (modern-day Turkey) this dish is an excellent example of the encounter between Islamic art and Shakespeare’s England. During the Elizabethan period…
From Gdańsk, with love… for Europe and ShakespeareFri 17 Oct 2014By Janice Valls-Russell Cranes are – along with spires and towers – part of the Gdańsk cityscape. The harbour had a man-powered crane back in the Middle Ages, to unload cargo in this busy Hanseatic harbour, long before the steel monsters we…
Shakespeare in GyulaThu 17 Jul 2014While my colleagues of the Shakespeare on the Road venture are hurtling round a series of Shakespeare festivals in the New World – I hope to join them on the Canadian leg of their journey – I had the pleasure of attending a festival in the…