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Shakespeare’s King Lear gets a Kathakali adaptation

When the Past takes Centre Stage

Abhinet, the oldest theatre group of Chandigarh, is back with a festival of plays

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All Sorts of People: From William Shakespeare to Agatha Christie, Saksham Shukla's versatile theatre performances

Actor Saksham Shukla on bringing alive good, bad and ugly characters on stage by exploring versatile genres ranging from Agatha Christie's Appointment with Death to William Shakespeare's Hamlet, history and mythology at Delhi's Shri Ram Centre.

EYE Shakespeare Special: 400 years of the Bard of Stratford-upon-Avon

Theatre legends Ratan Thiyam, MK Raina and Roysten Abel speak of the debt they owe to William Shakespeare.

The Shakespeare Oracle: Using tarot to teach the bard’s works

Payal Padmanabhan has a unique methodology of teaching Shakespearean plays in classrooms by means of tarot cards. She uses a themed deck called “The Shakespeare Oracle" to approach and analyze the texts of Shakespeare.

Google doodle celebrates the work of British bard William Shakespeare

Famously known as the 'Bard of Avon', William Shakespeare was a renowned poet, playwright and and an actor

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Remembering the bard: Four-day NFAI fest begins in Pune, to screen films adapted from Shakespearean plays

The festival is being organised by National Film Archive of India (NFAI) in collaboration with English Language Teaching Institute of Symbiosis (ELTIS) on the occasion of the 400th death anniversary of the Bard.

Cinestaan collaborates with Film London for 'The Hungry' to mark Shakespeare's 400th anniversary

Cinestaan Film Company and Film London, have collaborated for 'The Hungry' which will also mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.

UK theatre group adapts Shakespeare’s comedy to make it accessible to today’s audiences

Dimsdale along with other actors and musicians of the UK-based theatre company is in Chandigarh to stage Twelfth Night on the weekend in association with the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Via Rangoon

All’s Well that Ends Well revolves around a hero who dislikes his bride because she is low-born, and she must win him over through sexual subterfuge.

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The best of Shakespearean insults

English literature's greatest son, William Shakepeare, is credited with play of words that has taught, inspired and delighted people across generations. While we admire his language, let us not forget the bard's wit in throwing the most amusing and hard-hitting of insults.

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