Interpreting Shakespeare

Measure for Measure 

DetailsDescription
When Tuesday evenings, 6.00pm - 9.00pm
Dates

(8 meetings) 8 October to 26 November 2019

Where

University Arts Complex, Woodland Road, Bristol BS8 1TB

Tutor Andrew Hilton, Founder of Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory (stf)
Description

Deepen your understanding of Measure for Measure with a leading Shakespeare director using theatrical and academic techniques of interpretation.

You will be given a copy of Measure for Measure. The class will read the play out loud, scene by scene, analysing it in great detail. Andrew and an actor from his company will also experiment with alternative interpretations of key moments. 

Andrew Hilton's Shakespeare productions have been repeatedly praised in the national press for their clarity and intelligence. In 2014 he was awarded an Honorary D.Litt by the University of Bristol. This course follows highly successful courses on Macbeth, King Lear, The Winter's Tale and As You Like It.

Course fee £300
Previous qualifications/experience No qualifications needed. Open to the public.

Booking deadline 20 September 2019. There are a few places available. Please book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. 

To book your place, please complete an online application form.

 

Contacts

Please address any enquiries about the courses to:

Department of English Part-time Courses
School of Humanities
11 Woodland Road
Bristol BS8 1TB

Email: english-lifelong@bristol.ac.uk
Tel: 0117 928 8924

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