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BSA 2023 Conference: ‘Re-locating Shakespeare’ (University of Liverpool, 25th – 28th July 2023)

The British Shakespeare Association is delighted to announce that our next conference will take place at the University of Liverpool, Tuesday 25th - Friday 28th July 2023, organised by Dr Esme Miskimmin (University of Liverpool) and Professor Elspeth Graham (Liverpool... Read More...

Productions and Events

Terra Nova Terra Nova, Northern Ireland’s only inter-cultural theatre company, has been busy with Shakespeare in recent months. Check out their wonderful ‘Intercultural Cohort’ project which includes ‘Shakespeare’s Monologues’ (22 April 2021), a series of five monologues from Shakespeare’s plays.... Read More...

Early Modern German Shakespeare in Action: Creation Theatre’s ‘Romio und Julieta’

An online roundtable hosted by the Society for Renaissance Studies Tuesday 4th May 2021, 5:00pm Registration Link: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/shakegerm   Romeo and Juliet, but not as we know it… From the 1590s onwards travelling players took various plays from the London... Read More...

The 11th World Shakespeare Congress: Shakespeare Circuits. 18-24 July 2021. Online from Singapore.

The 11th World Shakespeare Congress: Shakespeare Circuits. 18-24 July 2021. Online from Singapore. The quinquennial WSC will be virtual this year. It will include plenaries, panels and seminars and an array of Asian productions of Shakespeare available both during the... Read More...

Birthday Lectures

What was Shakespeare Really Like? Birthday lectures by Professor Stanley Wells. From Shakespeare's Birthday (23 April), Professor Stanley Wells is making available a series of four, new public lectures: 'What Was Shakespeare Really Like?' These are commissioned (with Professor Stanley... Read More...

The King’s Lynn Shakespeare Festival

King's Lynn Shakespeare Festival Friday 26th to Sunday 28th April, 2019 St George’s Guildhall, King Street, King’s Lynn PE30 1HA BSA members may be interested to attend the first King’s Lynn Shakespeare Festival. Over three days in April 2019, the... Read More...

Roger Harcourt’s Speech at BSA Belfast

Our newest honorary fellow, Roger Harcourt, has kindly agreed to the publication of the acceptance speech he delivered during the Belfast conference dinner. Download the Speech Read More...

Ben Broadribb on the Belfast BSA Conference

This post originally appeared on medium.com, and is reproduced here with the kind permission of its author. Thanks, Ben! 10 Things I (Most Definitely Didn’t) Hate About BSA Belfast 2018 So, a short preamble, as this is my very first entry... Read More...

Call for Conference Organizers: BSA 2021

The British Shakespeare Association welcomes applications from institutions to host the British Shakespeare Association conference in 2021. This is the largest regular Shakespeare conference in the United Kingdom, bringing together researchers, teachers and theatre practitioners to share the latest work... Read More...

‘Why Shakespeare?’ Launching the BSA’s Performance and Media Branch

In collaboration with the Actor's Centre, the British Shakespeare Association is proud to present: Why Shakespeare? 13 October 2018 The Actors Centre, 1A Tower St, London WC2H 9NP Why do we keep producing and performing Shakespeare on stage, screen and film?... Read More...
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