7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
11th June, 2016
What gives Shakespeare’s work its enduring appeal? How were his plays performed and printed 400 years ago, and how has our conception of Shakespeare evolved over the centuries?
As part of Shakespeare400, marking 400 years since his death, King’s College London has partnered with Shakespeare’s Globe and the British Library, to create a free online course (MOOC) exploring how Shakespeare’s works continue to delight audiences around the world. The course is open to everyone, no prior Shakespeare knowledge is required.
Join us for the launch of this new exciting course, where you will find out more and get a sneak preview of some of the content.
The course features academics, curators, publishers, actors, musicians and theatre directors, as we find out more about Shakespeare’s early modern world and consider his construction as a global icon today
You will be able to sign up for the MOOC at the launch event, the course starts September 2016.