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I, Tonya actor Margot Robbie to produce a drama series based on Shakespeare plays

Australian actor and film producer Margot Robbie is taking her production company LuckyChap Entertainment forward. Margot, who played Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad will make a 10 episode series based on Shakespeare's most celebrated plays.

Shekhar Kapur's tryst with Shakespeare for 'Will'

Shekhar Kapur is bringing a TV series titled "Will" about the exploits of young William Shakespeare.

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Intoxicated Bard

Albeit drunk, the Bard has managed to cross the oceans and has arrived in Mumbai.

All-female nude Shakespeare play staged by NYC theatre group

A theatre group in New York City staged The Tempest, a play by Shakespeare, on his 400th death anniversary with nude female women.

The Rehearsal is at Play

In a legendary production, Roysten Abel took on the establishment and came out with flying colours.

How to insult like the Bard

Shakespeare enriched the English language with hundreds of new words. But, upon my word, you can also find some of the best put-downs in his writing.

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My Travels With the Bard

To mark 400 years of Shakespeare’s death, a look at how his work has found new, vigorous life in India. First, Sanjna Kapoor recalls her journeys with her grandparents, Geoffrey and Laura Kendal.

Six scripts get shortlisted by Shakespeare India to commemorate the Bard's 400th death centenary

Microwave International: Shakespeare India is a project by Film London to commemorate the Bard’s 400th death centenary.

The Bard on the Big Screen

An Indian film will celebrate Shakespeare’s 400th death anniversary next year.

Play it Again

The play, titled Mere Piya Gaye Rangoon, will be staged in Hindi in Mumbai this weekend.

Shakespeare Videos

Sir Ian McKellen At British Council Gig To Mark Shakespeare's 400th Birthday

REGARDED as one of the finest actors, Sir Ian McKellen is popular as Magneto in the X-Men series and Gandalf in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. During the first stop of “Shakespeare Lives” — a global programme curated by the British Film Institute to celebrate the playwright’s works and his influence […]

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