Shakespeare Alive

Introducing Shakespeare Alive

October 29, 2020 Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Season 1
Shakespeare Alive
Introducing Shakespeare Alive
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Shakespeare Alive
Introducing Shakespeare Alive
Oct 29, 2020 Season 1
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

Resident Shakespeare Birthplace Trust experts, Drs Paul Edmondson and Anjna Chouhan, are joined by esteemed guests from across the globe to get their perspectives on Shakespeare’s place in the 21st century.   

Each week from 17 November, the duo will be chatting with theatre professionals, artists and vloggers about their relationships with Shakespeare in the modern world, taking a fresh look at conversations around Shakespeare in society today.

Support the show (https://www.shakespeare.org.uk/podcast-support)

Show Notes Transcript

Resident Shakespeare Birthplace Trust experts, Drs Paul Edmondson and Anjna Chouhan, are joined by esteemed guests from across the globe to get their perspectives on Shakespeare’s place in the 21st century.   

Each week from 17 November, the duo will be chatting with theatre professionals, artists and vloggers about their relationships with Shakespeare in the modern world, taking a fresh look at conversations around Shakespeare in society today.

Support the show (https://www.shakespeare.org.uk/podcast-support)

Paul Edmondson  00:00
Hello everybody and welcome to Shakespeare Alive: a podcast of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.

Anjna Chouhan  00:04
Join theatre professionals, artists, and vloggers from all around the world as they give their perspectives on Shakespeare's place in the 21st century.

Gregory Doran  00:14
But, my Shakespeare is not necessarily going to be your Shakespeare.

Mya Gosling  00:17
It's just making it easier to access and engage with Shakespeare, or anything. I hope my work has done that.

Simon Dowling  00:24
That being said, I don't need to see another production of Hamlet. I'm done. Done!

Anjna  00:29
Listen wherever you get your podcasts or via our website: shakespeare.org.uk/podcasts.