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About Cardiff Shakespeare

Click on the image above to learn about Shakespeare related research and events.

Created in 2010, this website – with its associated Cardiff Shakespeare Facebook and twitter account @CardiffShakes – provides news, events and research tools for students, researchers, and the wider public, informing those in the local and wider community about Shakespeare events and resources in Cardiff and further afield. It received over 10,000 hits in its first year and featured in the Cardiff University Humanities Brochure (2011).

If you have any news for Cardiff Shakespeare, please do get in touch with us.

Email Dr Johann Gregory at johann_gregory[at]hotmail.com for the blog or use the contact form below.

Darren Freebury-Jones’s contact information is available here.

Tweet/personal message Sophie Battell @CardiffShakes

Thank you,

Johann Gregory, Darren Freebury-Jones & Sophie Battell

2 comments

  1. Wonderful resource. Thanks, Johann!


  2. Great site, but I would say that wouldn’t I! Seriously though lots of good info, dynamic and enthusiastic!



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