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Laughing with Shakespeare - a humorous look at the comedies

From famous cross-dressing in Twelfth Night to magical misunderstandings in A Midsummer Night’s Dream how can we uncover the humour in comedies written hundreds of years ago? Take a journey with local Shakespearean scholar Bríd Phillips as she leads you on a journey through the iconic, the twisted, and the wonderful. Gain an understanding of how comedy functioned in Shakespeare’s England while enjoying a merry romp through his most famous comedic works. [More]

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The Insider's Guide to the Fortunes of New Fortune

The New Fortune Theatre within the Arts Building at UWA is famous as an exact reconstruction of the Fortune Playhouse, built in London in 1600, when Shakespeare was writing and staging his plays. It is an unrivalled resource for research and performance which can enlighten us about Elizabethan staging practices. Join Dr Ciara Rawnsley and explore the lively history and unique value of this unrivalled resource. Hear the colourful tale of how the theatre came to be built; see rare... [More]

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