William Shakespeare would have celebrated his 448th birthday on Monday, and doubtless he'd be pleased to know that his work continues to live on into the next millenium. And to further mark this fact, the Royal ...
[The Guardian] - Henry IV Part II by William Shakespeare. Yes, Henry IV's story still had to be concluded. But it's tempting to see Falstaff as the runaway success of Part I, and demanding – as some characters will of their authors – a more important role for himself.
[Digital Arts Online] - After a turbulent year Seb is back equipped with a new found passion for Calligraphy. His two new pieces of work inspired by literary giants Dylan Thomas and William Shakespeare combine the skill and expertise of the oldest lettering skill to date.
[The Guardian] - "It said, 'Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare – adapted by David Simkin.' Adapted? So, not good enough, is it?" Why does Chekhov resonate so much with a British audience? Is it the preoccupation with class, the society in decline, the way emotions
[Cambridge News (blog)] - Of course, William Shakespeare knew this and it is why the names of Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello and Lear still resonate with us today. Just as Shakespeare appreciated the complexity of humanity it is, in my view, important that young people are educated
[Conservative Home (blog)] - William Shakespeare reports Boris's speech to yesterday's ConHome rally. By Paul Goodman. Screen shot at "Casca; tell us what hath chanced to-day." (Julius Caesar, Act 1, Scene 2). "The Mayor of London blew into its conference in
[Out-Law.com] - The development will be located adjacent to Anne Hathaway's Cottage, the house where William Shakespeare's wife was brought up. Pickles said in his decision letter (178-page MB PDF) that although there were "material considerations" weighing
[The Good Review] - We would like to thank Ellie Jacob for taking the time to answer our questions and we wish her and the rest of the Merely Players Theatre Company all the best with their production of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Rhum Jungle
[Sport.co.uk] - "I feel tempted to cry 'God for Harry, England and St George' (from William Shakespeare's play, Henry V) but I really don't want to lower the tone by bringing my brother into it," he said. Catherine, who was caught up in her own furore last month after
[Reading Chronicle] - William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night or What You Will is being brought to life by Reading's upcoming theatre company Reading Between The Lines (RBL). Reading's Dani and Toby Davies, the professionally trained actors and masterminds behind RBL, have
[Techwatch] - He adds: “On the walls of Elsinore Castle, nestled on the northeastern coast Helsingør in Denmark, Bernardo and Francisco uttered the opening words to William Shakespeare's most famous tragedy. The castle known locally as Kronborg and immortalised by
[Nouse] - As influences go, Tempest has many, from Virginia Woolf and William Blake to William Shakespeare. Tempest has a great admiration for the Bard especially, though it hasn't always been the case. When she attended school, and later studied an English