Share this page

Copyright of the artist

Blogs

All the latest Shakespeare news and behind the scenes action at SBT

Type
Series
Reset filters

Shakespeare in Irish

Collections

On the occasion of St. Patrick's Day, we are pleased to publish a very special video. It features Shakespeare Birthplace Trust volunteer Ann McDermott reading sonnet 116 in Irish.

Mareike Doleschal
Irish Translating Shakespeare

A Mulberry Love Token

Collections

A new acquisition, this mulberry wood picture frame is a perfect example of how one small item can tell us volumes about Shakespeare’s legacy and the history of the people of Stratford-upon-Avon.

Rosalyn Sklar

Gardens of Morocco

SBT news

Bertie Smith took a trip to Morocco with REEP (the Religions & Environment Education Programme) to learn about the several different kinds of gardens there, least of all the Anglo-Moroccan Shakespeare Garden in Marrakech.

Liberty Smith
International Gardens

The Underrated Heroines of Shakespeare

Shakespeare & his works

We all know of Beatrice, Rosalind, and Viola – some of Shakespeare's strongest and most well-known female characters – but for International Women's Day we're shedding light on some of Shakespeare's lesser known (but in no way less empowering) heroines.

Rio Turnbull
juliet files International Women's Day

Shakespeare's Sonnets in Arabic

Collections

Abdul Sattar Jawad, Professor of Comparative Literature at Duke University, has recently translated several of Shakespeare's sonnets into Arabic. He gives us an insight into the art that goes into this work.

Abdul Sattar Jawad
Translating Shakespeare