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SHAKESPEARE'S ROMEO and Juliet, King Lear, and Hamlet, will each be presented at the Town Hall Theatre, across two days, by the Cyclone Rep theatre-in-education company.
ROMEO AND Juliet, arguably Shakespeare’s most famous play, will be staged by Britain's Royal Shakespeare Company, and be broadcast live, via satellite, to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark.
“IF MUSIC be the food of love, play on, Give me excess of it; that surfeiting, the appetite may sicken, and so die.” Spoken by Duke Orsino, this is the most famous line from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.
IN HIS despair MacBeth chastised humans, and thereby life, as "full of sound and fury, signifying nothing". Kim Gordon's music has long been driven by "sound and fury" but is certainly not meaningless.
A FASCINATING and insightful book on four key Shakespeare tragedies, aimed at Leaving Cert and undergraduate students, theatregoers, and those who would like to ‘get’ Shakespeare, will be launched next week.
FOR MANY, Hamlet is Shakespeare's greatest play, and contains possibly his most famous speech in "To be or not to be...", and Galway will have the chance to see it performed by The Royal Shakespeare Company.
SHAKESPEARE'S COMEDY of disguise, transformation, and messing about with gender, As You Like It, currently running at the National Theatre in London, is being broadcast to The Eye Cinema this evening at 7pm.
TWO WORKS by Shakespeare - one by the man himself, another an operatic adaptation by Giuseppe Verdi, being performed in different countries - one in England, the other in the USA, will both be shown at The Eye Cinema.
Let us sit upon the ground
SHAKESPEARE’S ROMANTIC comedy Love’s Labour’s Lost, is being staged by Stratford-upon-Avon’s Royal Shakespeare Theatre, and will be broadcast live to Galway.