Find out more about Shakespeare Lives in 2016 and watch our short animation (2.36 mins).
Join us for events and activities celebrating Shakespeare’s work. In 2016 we're marking the 400th anniversary of his death.
We invite you to join us for the festivities, by experiencing the work of Shakespeare directly in Higher Education institutions, on stage, via exhibitions, on film and online
A stunning new adaption of the Tempest by multi-cultural theatre company, Terra Nova Productions
Check out the winners of the Shakespeare Lives in Photography competition.
Professor Richard Schoch, from Queen's University Belfast explains why Shakespeare means something new to every generation
Shakespeare Lives in Science; poisons, potions and drugs. Do Shakespearean concoctions really work?
Watch 'Star Cross’d' (Duration 04:34). Poet, writer and illustrator Laura Dockrill’s contemporary take on Romeo and Juliet
Look out for Shakespeare films, old and new, screening in Northern Ireland and online
Learning English? Love Shakespeare? Put the two together and study with people from all over the world.
Desire. Murder. Revenge. Maxine Peake as Hamlet will screen in 2016. Watch the trailer here.
Exhibition illustrating the actor-director's remarkable Shakespearean career