For the first time ever, the organizations like Tate Modern, National Theatre, the British museum, British Council and the Royal Shakespeare Company make collaboration to bring the showcase of talent from around the world. The festival comprises of huge amount of students and teachers not only from UK but also from 7 other countries (USA, South Africa, India, Oman, Brazil, Czech Republic and Hong Kong).
There are plenty of events, exhibitions and also featuring 70 productions, in which thousands of artists from across the world are participating. The festival is the best place where young people can show their talent and creativity and make the best use of it. The idea behind is to attract the biggest audiences around the world to see the extraordinary revels and seminal contribution of Shakespeare’s work. Besides, there are educational conferences, seminars, workshops and training's for students and teachers. This is an excellent podium, where there is a constructive interaction between students and teachers.
The event will start on 23rd April and go on till November 2012.
The festival will continue for more than 6 months.
How to contact:
For general enquires related to press, utilize the information sited below.
Director of Communications: Liz Thompson
Associate Director: Deborah Shaw
Telephone: +441789 412667
For advance booking and ticket related issues, you can contact by phone or email. The hotline opens in between 10 am and 6 pm from Monday onward till Saturday.
Ticket Hotline: +44 844 800 1110
The festival will take place on plenty of places in London city.
Roundhouse, Shakespeare globe, National Theatre, Almeida Theatre, Barbican, Lift at the Riverside Studios, Stratford Circus, British Museum, Noel Coward and Royal Opera House.