Shakespeare 2016: Memoria di Roma

Andrew Hadfield and Patrick Spottiswoode (Director of Education at Shakespeare's Globe) discussed the significance of English representations of Rome as part of a performed reading from Shakespeare and from Nashe's The Unfortunate Traveller, "Apprehending Rome: the City in the English Mind's Eye" (16th April 2016). The event was held at the Teatro Palladium in the Università Roma Tre in front of a crowd of 200 people, as part of an international conference marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, Shakespeare 2016: Memoria di Roma. 

Our friends in Italy can see a summary of the day's events, including this performance, on RAI SCUOLA at 2.55pm (GMT+1) on the 3rd July, and repeated on the 4th July at 10.55pm (GMT+1). The broadcast can also be viewed live on RAI SCUOLA's website by clicking on 'Diretta TV'. 



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