Tag Archives: Shakespeare

Where are all the other bards?

Where are all the other bards? Have you ever seen been exhilarated by a production of 17th century writer Aphra Behn? Have you ever been riveted by a play of 18th century writer Susanna Centlivre? Have you ever missed stops … Continue reading

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Shakespeare in the schoolroom – selected texts from the IOE’s Special Collections

Today is the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death.  To commemorate the event, UCL Library Services have an exhibition Fair play and foul: connecting with Shakespeare in the Main Library.  The exhibition aims to bring together historical resources connected with Shakespeare and learning … Continue reading

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New library display – brush up on your Shakespeare!

From our guest blogger, Beverley: William Shakespeare (1564-1616) is commonly agreed to have been born and died on April 23rd. The current display on level 4 of the library tries to show the breadth of the range of materials relating … Continue reading

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