The Guardian Shakespeare's Globe triumphs in Tony awards nominations The Guardian Shakespeare's Globe on the Southbank in London was celebrating on Tuesday as actors from the all-male casts of two of its productions were recognised in this year's...
It's the end of Shakespeare's birthday week, but the playwright has provided year-round inspiration for writers from Herman Melville to Patricia Highsmith (Top 10 novels inspired by Shakespeare http://t.co/FxZ0zDjjhe...
Lincoln Cathedral donates medieval script for historical scholarship The Lincolnite A fifteenth-century manuscript, containing a unique medieval account of King Arthur's death, was gifted to the University of Lincoln by Lincoln Cathedral as part of...
Last December multiplex giant Cineworld acquired the Picturehouse arthouse chain. Now it has been ruled anti-competitive in certain places and they are being forced to sell some of the cinemas. What do you think of this development?
Rather aptly, there are many wonderful words to describe someone who tends to think that silence is anything but golden. If you know a talkative soul, but tire of using the same old adjectives to describe them, then today is your lucky day.
J. J. Abrams, the creator of Lost (that “theological”, “mythological”, “numerological”, “dualistic”, “apocalyptic”, popular TV series) has “conceived” of a book. Doug Dorst has actually written it and Canongate have duly published.
Prague Post (blog) Review: Cymbeline, The Prague Shakespeare Company Prague Post (blog) thumbnail To watch Guy Roberts in the Prague Shakespeare Company production of William Shakespeare's Cymbeline is to attend a master class in Italian histrionics.
In this week’s TLS, Robert Zaretsky reviews Albert Camus’s Algerian Chronicles, a collection of the Nobel Prize-winning author’s journalism, both early and late, in a “brilliant translation” by Arthur Goldhammer.
by Thea Lenarduzzi Ceci n’est pas un blog, either. It is a declaration. We, the Times Literary Supplement, are not a supplement. We are a separate and autonomous publication, with its own front cover and its own back page.
So far as an undergrad I have been taking courses in everything from Medieval Literature to Renaissance to Victorian to Romantic. Also seminars in Shakespeare and in Classics. But now that I've decided my focus for ...
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