#ShakespeareNoFilter is the retelling of Shakespeare’s plays on Instagram by the British Council. Follow us to watch the story unfold.
Explore Shakespeare through British Council's work in the UK and overseas; from Akala and The Hip Hop Shakespeare Company in Africa to our Shakespeare Lives podcast straight from the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival, there's something here for everyone.
Living Shakespeare is a collection of essays by eminent thinkers around the world, interpreting themes in Shakespeare’s work for today.
Throughout 2016 the Shakespeare Lives programme is commissioning a series of short films from British creatives which reimagine Shakespeare's works for a modern audience.
Funding and training opportunities for performance artists, as well as an interesting comedy podcast.
Explore Shakespeare's music influence in a range of different areas, including: translation, stage and film works and global music.
To celebrate Shakespeare in 2016, British Council Literature will be focusing on two exciting projects.
International screenings, competitions, a film collection tour and training opportunities for young talent.
Photographers show Shakespeare's global influence in a modern and refreshing way.
Poisons, potions and drugs: do Shakespearean concoctions really work?