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Join for a day of Circus workshops and Shakespeare plays

Come and join for a day of Circus workshops and Shakespeare plays specially adapted for one hour family performances. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/great-coxwell-barn https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/events/0c6cb0c8-bdd1-4014-97be-d849d2c269dc/pages/details https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/events/ee811942-ceae-48b9-9e07-f7bd23d920ad/pages/details

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Exit Burbage: Shakespeare muse?

This fantastic look at the leading actor who worked with Shakespeare throughout his writing career. Burbage is the first to play Macbeth, Hamlet, Othello Lear et al. He must of been so flexible and it shows me that creating theatre … Continue reading

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Who Was Shakespeare?

There is very little evidence left of the life of William Shakespeare. What we do know is that Shakespeare was not upper class, or a university graduate and was from a small provincial town. This has lead certain people to … Continue reading

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Shakespeare Certificate of Performance

If you have completed a Shakespeare in a Suitcase Tale, congratulations on putting on your play. We hope you had fun and enjoyed the magical story that was told. Click here to get the bigger image

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What Was Shakespeare’s Theatre Like?

“There is only one way to experience Shakespeare’s plays and that is live, you have to feel them as an audience or as a performer. This is the best way to understand them. We provide these resources ideas as possible … Continue reading

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BBC Education The life of Shakespeare

“There is only one way to experience Shakespeare’s plays and that is live, you have to feel them as an audience or as a performer. This is the best way to understand them. We provide these resources ideas as possible … Continue reading

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Life of Shakespeare

  This is a good listen. It explores Shakespeare as the genius from the midlands and clears the ideas of the plays being written by someone else. Enjoy. Listen here.

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New RSC Season Announced

Royal Shakespeare Company Announced the new season. See the complete list here

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Chance to see RSC productions in cinema.

Here is the chance to see RSC productions in cinema. Follow this link

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In defence of Shakespeare’s difficult bits Tom Sutcliffe

In defence of Shakespeares difficult bits Tom Sutcliffe

Reading this article by Tom Sutcliffe I agreed and then thought well, we actually adapt the plays to introduce them to children!? Our hope is, I suppose, that once they understand the fun of the plays as theatre shows they … Continue reading

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