3rd June 2013 – 8th June 2013

09:00 AM
Price : Free

ADDRESS

Trinity College, Trinity College, College Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35318962528
chair@duplayers.com

WEB

www.dublinshakespeare.com

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The Trinity College Dublin Shakespeare Festival

The fifth and final annual Trinity College Dublin Shakespeare Festival will run from the 3rd - 8th June this year, and  is set to be the biggest Shakespeare Festival ever to take place in Ireland. 500 performers will take part in over 50 performances of Shakespeare’s work, as well as various events and workshops. Both the city and college will be transformed into ‘living’ spaces in which Shakespeare’s work will be presented and celebrated through community outreach performances, outdoor scenes as well as events and workshops.

The Festival aims to expand this year its extensive programme of civic engagement. This year we are looking to bring performances of Shakespeare to other underprivileged groups and schoolchildren. This is coupled with a daily  free light entertainment events such as: choral performances, circus acts, film screenings, public lectures from some of Trinity College’s most distinguished academics, food and drink tasting and comedy performances for students and visitors alike.

To get a preview of this year's event Click Here

Check out our website (www.dublinshakespeare.com) for a full list of events and timetable of scenes as well as photos and other fun things!

The Trinity College Dublin Shakespeare Festival

3rd June 2013 – 8th June 2013

09:00 AM

Price : Free

ADDRESS

Trinity College, Trinity College, College Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35318962528
chair@duplayers.com

WEB

www.dublinshakespeare.com

Share

The fifth and final annual Trinity College Dublin Shakespeare Festival will run from the 3rd - 8th June this year, and  is set to be the biggest Shakespeare Festival ever to take place in Ireland. 500 performers will take part in over 50 performances of Shakespeare’s work, as well as various events and workshops. Both the city and college will be transformed into ‘living’ spaces in which Shakespeare’s work will be presented and celebrated through community outreach performances, outdoor scenes as well as events and workshops.

The Festival aims to expand this year its extensive programme of civic engagement. This year we are looking to bring performances of Shakespeare to other underprivileged groups and schoolchildren. This is coupled with a daily  free light entertainment events such as: choral performances, circus acts, film screenings, public lectures from some of Trinity College’s most distinguished academics, food and drink tasting and comedy performances for students and visitors alike.

To get a preview of this year's event Click Here

Check out our website (www.dublinshakespeare.com) for a full list of events and timetable of scenes as well as photos and other fun things!

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