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Shakespeare Tag Archive

Interview: Shakespeare prize winner Emma Whipday

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Iona Lowe talks to Dr Emma Whipday about her award winning new book....

Shakespeare in Lockdown

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Harriet Metcalfe discusses Professor Julie Sanders virtual lecture on Shakespeare in the time of lockdown. ...

Review: The King (15)

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Kate Dunkerton, reviews the Netflix original film The King. Is it a film fit for a king? ...

Fair Verona Re-Imagined: Matthew Bourne’s Romeo and Juliet

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The classic story of boy meets girl, Romeo and Juliet is one of history’s most famous romantic tragedies. Having been dramatized numerous times for the stage as well as film and...

Looking Back: Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet (1996)

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Ali Nicholls takes us back to 1996 and Baz Luhrmann's modern take on a literary classic....

Review: Theatre Society’s Much Ado about Nothing

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While this review of Much Ado About Nothing contains a considerable amount of bias, as we are all well aware Maria Ansdell and Beth Rennie are some of Newcastle’s greatest...

400 Years of the Bard

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First off I was surprised at how full the Curtis Auditorium was. There was a lot of people, many I recognised from coming into work, so I plonked myself into a seat and avoided...