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Stories exploring Shakespeare through the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Collections
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Dimitrios Vikelas and his Tragodiai Saikspeirou (1876)Fri 29 Apr 2016
This blog post was written by Georgios Doukas, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Library volunteer. The translation of Shakespeare in Greek by Dimitrios Vikelas in the nineteenth century, at a time when the English playwright was translated in countries…
Shakespeare’s patrons: Henry WriothesleyWed 27 Apr 2016
Who were William Shakespeare’s patrons? Find out about Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of Southampton. His portrait can be found in the museum collections of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. This post was written and researched by volunteer Gemma…
Doing Shakespeare While Black?Wed 27 Apr 2016Doing Shakespeare While Black? By Alexa Huang Race is an uncomfortable but important topic in our age of globalization. In the art and entertainment industry, race is both visible and invisible in various forms of embodiment. After all, actors…
Stratford-upon-Avon 1616Mon 18 Apr 2016You might like to listen to Paul Edmondson’s lecture on Startford-upon-Avon 1616 Paul Edmondson’s lecture starts with Shakespeare’s funeral and the funeral monuments in Holy Trinity Church. He thinks about Shakespeare’s…