William Shakespeare


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English poet and dramatist considered one of the greatest English writers (1564-1616)

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She shared the same birth date and death date with William Shakespeare. It is something positive to name the prize after her name.
The year's programme kicks off on September 25 with a screening of the doomed William Shakespeare love story of Romeo and Juliette, recorded at Salle Richelieu, Paris.
The 4,500 square foot museum and shop will be spread over two floors and will have the feel of a late 19th century bonded warehouse with themes exploring the lost years of William Shakespeare and science, art, time travel and magic.
The research also traced the influence of astronaut Tim Peake, blockbuster film Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death on the young writers, who are all aged between five and 13.
DONALD JOHN TYE, Wallsend William Shakespeare 400th anniversary of his death Thou bard of Stratford on Avon I visited your resting place You lay beyond the altar rail I buried my head in prayer On hallowed holy ground I liked the great man I hail from Heaton my birthplace A certain road was going to be named William Shakespeare Road All the streets of this road are named After characters in your folio: Hotspur, Bolibroke, Warwick, Malcolm Lord Armstrong named the road Heaton Park Road And gave his park to the people of Newcastle Shakespeare's works have been and are read by millions KEVIN BROWN, Newcastle
Will's Words: How William Shakespeare Changed the Way You Talk is an educational children's picturebook that shows how the legendary, genius playwright William Shakespeare transformed the English language.
It is being staged to commemorate William Shakespeare's 400th death anniversary and is part of a two-year world tour, which is the first of its kind in the theatre's history.
If DeVere must write, he must do so anonymously, and employ a runner, an almost illiterate cobbler's son from Stratford by the name of William Shakespeare, to claim his words.
Holbrook explores the tragic drama produced in and around the lifetime of William Shakespeare as a key genre of English literature, and explains why people should still read the texts and see them performed 400 years later.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)" play, a three-man comedic version of all of Shakespeare's plays, will hit the stage at Aliay-a Open Air Theatre in yzmir this Saturday.
This short animation about William Shakespeare's life is one such resource and is a simple video giving information on Shakespeare's life touching on his childhood, education, family and career.
It was Northern Broadsides Theatre Co who would introduce me to the plays of William Shakespeare.
So what will you do if you suddenly meet William Shakespeare, one of the greatest poets of history of mankind and he is ready to talk to you?
At a concert to celebrate Irish culture staged in central London's Royal Albert Hall on Thursday, Higgins said his visit had been "so positive, so uplifting and so hopeful." On Friday he visited Stratford-upon-Avon, the town where Britain's most famous playwright, William Shakespeare, was born, and later met members of Britain's Irish community in the city of Coventry.
We also, naturally, all know these quotes come from William Shakespeare - director, actor, poet and playwright.