Tag Archives: Kiernan Ryan

KiSSiT: Shakespeare and Anachronism CFP, Feb 18 2017

KiSSiT: Shakespeare and Anachronism The fourth KiSSiT one-day conference is entitled Shakespeare and Anachronism. It will be held at the Rose Theatre, Kingston on February 18, 2017. Disclosing the potential for revolutionary transformation latent in divisive and oppressive realities by … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and the Enlightenment -programme, Sept 3

 Below is the programme for our first Shakespeare at the Temple -event. Note that altough the event is nominally free, we wish for a £10 donation that will be used for catering and support for the Temple. The conference is … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and the Enlightenment – Shakespeare at Garrick’s Temple, Sept 3

Kingston Shakespeare is proud to announce a collaboration with Garrick’s Temple at Hampton in organising Shakespeare and philosophy events. It was David Garrick’s dream to host Enlightenment luminaries, like Voltaire, at the shrine he built to Shakespeare in 1756. Unlike … Continue reading

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Not enough of Shakespeare

Mina Shah wrote a thought-provoking column entitled Enough of Shakespeare, where she questions the reasons why Shakespeare is taught. She fully admits that her piece is not really about Shakespeare, he serves the role of a ‘scapegoat’. Shah’s real target … Continue reading

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