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One event on March 9, 2019 at 2:00pm
This is a workshop to support people of BME heritage who are interested in submitting poetry or prose for the Hidden Sussex Anthology. Shoreham Wordfest is delighted to be working with Writing Our Legacy who are developing a print and digital publication, Hidden Sussex, an anthology about the Sussex experience with a particular interest in a Black and ethnic minority perspective. Come join a taster creative writing workshop and get tips on how to write your own Sussex-inspired story, whether that's a…
Gareth Armstrong's award winning solo play confronts these Jewish stereotypes through the eyes of his only friend - and the only other Jewish man in the whole of Shakespeare - Tubal.
'Pacino delivers a nuanced, powerful performance as Shylock, the extraordinary Merchant of Venice'
After their successful tour in 2017, to much audience acclaim, This is My Theatre return in 2019 with their telling of Shakespeare's haunting tragedy.
Actors, singers and musicians entertain with songs, sonnets and soliloquies bringing vividly to life the drama, poetry and music of Shakespeare and Elizabethan England. Something for everyone to enjoy - adults and children welcome. Refreshments available. Event is free and on a first come first served basis On our Ticketing Partner TicketSource. Purchase Ticket for other Events For Physical Tickets for other Events Direct sales will be available from Shoreham Gallery, Brunswick Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5WA from, 23 March And the…
Internationally acclaimed Shakespearean actor and scholar, Michael Pennington, talks about Shakespeare, both from his point of view and William’s.
A night of celebration and merrymaking remembering the great Bard's birthday. A lively lovely ceilidh of Elizabethan country and courtly dances with the great Kate's Kitchen Band, rustic ploughman's vittles, soliloquies and entertainment.
For over 400 years Shakespeare's characters have been brought to life on stage. What is it that makes these roles so appealing to actors, companies and directors? Join theatre director Sarah Slator to explore her approach to some of Shakespeare's most iconic characters and discover how to make them 'live' through their movements, actions and words in this introductory workshop. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and practical footwear (no high heels). Please bring water. Please note this is a moderately…
A fascinating talk with visual images and music extracts about both the high art of court masques, music making and dancing among the gentry and nobility, and the broadside ballads and country dances of popular culture. Learn, too, how Shakespeare drew on both sources for material in his plays. Jeremy is the leading expert on music in Shakespeare's England (contributing over a hundred entries in the Oxford Book of Shakespeare). As producer and performer, he worked for years in London…
A fun and participatory workshop learning and singing together some of the delightful songs from Shakespeare's time.