Posts Tagged: Shakespeare

On seeing words aloud

Last week, I was lucky enough to see a most wonderful performance of Shakespeare’s ‘Antony & Cleopatra’ at The Globe in London. The Globe is an exact replica of the Globe Theatre which Shakespeare’s troupe performed in – there is space

On seeing words aloud

Last week, I was lucky enough to see a most wonderful performance of Shakespeare’s ‘Antony & Cleopatra’ at The Globe in London. The Globe is an exact replica of the Globe Theatre which Shakespeare’s troupe performed in – there is space

On journeys through Bookland

I know, I know, I’ve been neglecting the ol’ blog a bit this week, but it has been rather frantic! In the last two weeks, Adelaide Fringe has launched their 2013 program, I’ve submitted my last uni assignment for the

On journeys through Bookland

I know, I know, I’ve been neglecting the ol’ blog a bit this week, but it has been rather frantic! In the last two weeks, Adelaide Fringe has launched their 2013 program, I’ve submitted my last uni assignment for the

On Shakespeare at school

A lot of students when I was at secondary school, even at university, had trouble reading Shakespeare. I did A Midsummer Night’s Dream in my English class in France in year 7, Romeo and Juliet in Australia in year 9,

On Shakespeare at school

A lot of students when I was at secondary school, even at university, had trouble reading Shakespeare. I did A Midsummer Night’s Dream in my English class in France in year 7, Romeo and Juliet in Australia in year 9,

Charles and Mary Lamb on Shakespeare for children

(I am currently reading Charles and Mary Lamb’s Tales from Shakespeare. The Lamb siblings wrote the first ever children’s edition of Shakespeare’s plays, published in 1807. This is still deemed the best children’s edition of Shakespeare’s stories, and is still in

Charles and Mary Lamb on Shakespeare for children

(I am currently reading Charles and Mary Lamb’s Tales from Shakespeare. The Lamb siblings wrote the first ever children’s edition of Shakespeare’s plays, published in 1807. This is still deemed the best children’s edition of Shakespeare’s stories, and is still in