Tag Archives: Stanley Wells

Stanley Wells: Genius of Shakespeare, April 27

2017 ROSE THEATRE SHAKESPEARE BIRTHDAY LECTURE Thursday April 27: 19.00 Rose Theatre Gallery SIR STANLEY WELLS: ‘THE GENIUS OF SHAKESPEARE’ Sir Stanley Wells is Britain’s preeminent Shakespeare scholar and one of the world’s leading experts on the Elizabethan stage. His … Continue reading

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Kingston Shakespeare Spring 2017 schedule

The Spring (and Summer) term has a lot of activity in store: continued playreadings, work-in-progress presentations, book talks, conferences and symposia at Garrick’s Temple. Here is the schedule as it currently stands (amendations will be made as soon as possible): … Continue reading

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eBook: Shakespeare, Combien de Prétendants?

With recent ‘revelations’ about Shakespeare authorship coming to light, our friends in France have published an e-book (out now!) addressing this issue of Shakespeare’s identity. Edited by Dominique Goy-Blanquet and François Laroque Shakespeare, Combien de Prétendants? features articles from the editors, Richard … Continue reading

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Nicholas Royle: ‘Shakespeare’s Foreplay’ -podcast

Here is a fantastic talk from Nicholas Royle (Sussex), the first in the KiSS Shakespeare and the Uncanny series. He delves into duality of Shakespearean foreplay, touching on Freud, the Uncanny and ‘wordlife’ – as well as Romeo and Juliet and Antony and … Continue reading

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