…is this production of
Romeo and Juliet.
28 September – 9 October (Wednesday to Sunday for two weeks), Erskineville.
Sydney Shakespeare Company at PACT Centre for Emerging Artists, Directed by Steven Hopley.
You can see profiles of their actors on their
Full details and bookings here.
Joseph Fiennes, courtesy Sharmill Films, Shakespeare Live! From the RSC
great article by Carolyn McDowall at Culture Concept about the Shakespeare – Live from the RSC screenings currently showing in cinemas around Australia, then check to see where you can view a screening!
Looks like the excavators of the Curtain Theatre, an Elizabethan playhouse located in Curtain Close, Shoreditch just outside the City of London, have found a few surprises. The theatre seems to have been rectangular, not octagonal…
To finish the day, here is one of my favourite little pieces of animation. A classic from Aardman Studios, Shakespeare’s complete works in around five minutes.
Tuesday 5 April, Sydney.
Dr Patrick Gray, Lecturer in Shakespeare and Renaissance Literature in the Department of English Studies at Durham University will speak on,
“What is Iago: Shakespeare on Imagination and the Demonic.”
In association with the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions.
When: Tuesday 5 April 2016, 12-1pm
Location: Rogers Room, Woolley Building, The University of Sydney
Full details here.
Shakespeare TwentyScore is an organisation based in Sydney, Australia dedicated to marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death with gratitude, creativity and revels!