Digital Shakespeare Workshops

Work with us to inspire your students by fusing classical text with the latest technology at QUAD, the cutting-edge arts centre at the heart of Derby.

Let Me Not Be Mad

Watch the digital collages created by Darius Powell as part of our research and development project into King Lear and dementia.

Shakespeare Night

Take part in our monthly public workshops that explore Shakespeare from all kinds of viewpoints.

Upcoming

Check out the details of our upcoming programme of performance, learning, participation and training.

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Make it possible for us to engage more people with Shakespeare in exciting new ways.

Troilus and Cressida

Follow Uncle Pandarus’ blog as he tells you the tale of his niece Cressida and her lover Troilus : www.unclepandarus.com

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News from 1623

We're thrilled to announce that Rhiannon Prytherch joins us directly from Australia as our participation coordinator. She shares her thoughts on her new role.

Rhiannon joins the 1623 team

We look back on our 'scratch' - or, work-in-progress - performance at Derby Theatre Studio last year, when we explored King Lear in the context of dementia.

Lear/dementia project update

Sixth Formers Caitlin and Sophie join us for work experience this week to find out what it's like to work as part of a Shakespeare theatre company. They share their thoughts in their daily blog.

Caitlin and Sophie's work experience diary

Trying to hold on to the Glastonbury vibe, 1623 associate artist Kat Glenn recalls her top five moments of the world's greatest performing arts festival.

Kat's top five Glastonbury moments

Former 1623 trainee Oliver Tunstall joined us at Glastonbury this year, when he played Romeo and sang a sonnet in Shakespeare's Summer of Love. This is his blog.

Oliver's Glastonbury blog

  • Rhiannon joins the 1623 team

    Thursday, 31 July 2014 14:24
  • Lear/dementia project update

    Wednesday, 16 July 2014 12:23
  • Caitlin and Sophie's work experience diary

    Tuesday, 15 July 2014 16:29
  • Kat's top five Glastonbury moments

    Monday, 14 July 2014 11:25
  • Oliver's Glastonbury blog

    Monday, 07 July 2014 13:58

1623 on YouTube

You can see videos of our work at our YouTube channel.

Highlights include footage from the Glastonbury Festival and clips from Much Ado About Nothing, Richard III and The Tempest.

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