Some Shakespearean links that we recommend

  Link   Mr William Shakespeare & the internet
An annotated guide to the scholarly Shakespeare resources available on the Internet, along with unique Shakespeare material unavailable elsewhere on the Internet Timelines, geneology, charts, quizzes. All things Shakespearean are found here.
  Link   Human selected Shakespeare links
893 Human selected internet links, plays works, notes, education sites, study guides, authorship debates, internet forums, organisations, magazines, e-listings, reviews and quotations!
  Link   Famous Shakespeare quotes
From e-notes. Over 200 of the most famous Bardisms, from "to be, or not to be" to "we are such stuff as dreams are made on". All explained in context.
  Link   Classical Comics
A new UK publisher creating graphic novel adaptations of classical literature, including some of Shakespeare's works. These books have been enhanced by using only the finest artists - giving you a truly wonderful reading experience.
  Link   Surfing with the Bard
Your Shakespeare Classrom on the Internet
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  Link   Mr William Shakespeare Live On Stage!
The website that puts Shakespeare centre-stage, playing the greatroles from his plays.
  Link   Romeo and Juliet - Baz Luhrman's movie website
Website of the Di Caprio movie
  Link   Internet Shakespeare Editions
The aim of the Internet Shakespeare Editions is to inspire a love of Shakespeare's works in a world-wide audience. To do so, they create and publish works for the student, scholar, actor, and general reader in a form native to the medium of the Inte
  Link   Absolute Shakespeare
The essential resource for William Shakespeare's plays, sonnets, poems, quotes, biography and the legendary Globe Theatre.
  Link   Royal Shakespeare Company
The Royal Shakespeare Company website
  Link   RSC Shakespeare Website
From the Royal Shakespeare Company and Macmillan – fresh new editions of Shakespeare’s most celebrated plays.
  Link   Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, London
The website of Shakespare's Globe in London.
  Link   Shakespeare's Birthplace Trust
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is considered the most significant Shakespeare charity in the world. They have three core objectives, which are: - to promote in the every part of the world the appreciation and study of the plays and other work
  Link   The Collected Works of Shakespeare
Over 8 million hits recorded since 1993 - the web's oldest Shakespeare site!
  Link   Shakespeare Online
Amanda Mabillard's comprehensive and accurate information about the Bard. She is also your Guide to Shakespeare for About, Inc., A part of The New York Times Company, where you will find her original articles on Shakespeare's life and works.
  Link   About Shakespeare (USA)
  Link   Shakespeare's monologues
a complete list of the plays categorized alphabetically by comedy, history and tragedy. Each entry includes the character's name, the first line of the speech, is marked as verse or prose and gives the location within the play where the monologue is
  Link   E-notes -
From e-notes. Their Shakespeare section contains thousands of pages of content on the life and work of the world's greatest author, including eNotes to more than 20 titles.
William Shakespeare is alive and well on the Internet. Follow the links to discover scholarship, homage, and information about the greatest playwright of all time. On the big screen, on the stage, and on the printed page, the Bard of Stratford-upon-A
  Link   Shakespeare Unlimited
  Link   Who was Shakespeare? The Shakespeare Mystery
Who in fact was he? A man from Stratford or Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford. A website of discussion and debate for Stratfordians and Oxfordians everywhere.
  Link   Shakespeare Resource Center
Here you'll find collected links from all over the World Wide Web to help you find information on William Shakespeare. There are millions of pages that reference Shakespeare on the Internet. This site aims to make it a little easier to find your sour
  Link   Shakespeare Magazine
A magazine for teachers and enthusiasts
  Link   Shakespeare Oxford Society
This website is the premier source of information on the Shakespeare authorship issue. Here you will find an extensive library of source material, a calendar of events, information on the Shakespeare Oxford Society and much more. Founded in 1957,
  Link   Folger Library
Folger Shakespeare Library, located on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, is a world-class research center on Shakespeare and on the early modern age in the West. It is home to the world’s largest and finest collection of Shakespeare materials and to ma
  Link   Shakespeare and Company
The website of the highly regarded Massachusetts-based theatre company
  Link   The New American Shakespeare Tavern
The home of The Atlanta Shakespeare Company! The New American Shakespeare Tavern® is unlike other theaters. It is a place out of time; a place of live music, hand-crafted period costumes, outrageous sword fights with the entire experience centered o
  Link   The Shakespeare Art Museum
Featuring the Writings & Visual Works on Shakespearean Themes of Hannah Tompkins
What they say about us:

S4K MACBETH: "The children were wrapt, and that’s the point. At the interval I glanced about the theatre and I think every young face in the place was smiling, eyes glowing. At the end of the show, the deafening applause and cheers as each actor took a bow demonstrates that Chenery, who also directs, has pitched the production perfectly."