During 2016 we're marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare with a global celebration of his work.
Visit the British Council's Shakespeare Lives website to find out what's happening around the world and how you can join in.
Shakespeare Lives Education Resource
The Shakespeare Lives education resource is available in English and Welsh and is free to download. It is suitable for school pupils aged 7 - 14 years and links to curriculums for Art, PHSE/Citizenship, Design and Technology, English, History, Drama.
Shakespeare Lives on the BBC
British Council and the BBC have been working together to bring Shakespeare Lives to as wide an audience as possible. The Shakespeare Lives 2016 website is a treasure trove of all things Shakespeare, including a major feature on Welsh production company Omidaze's all women production of Henry VI.
Shakespeare Lives Film Season at Chapter Arts Centre, April 2016
During April we looked at Shakespeare's legacy in film and the relevance of his stories in Wales and beyond with screenings, discussions, workshops and specially commissioned programme notes. The events were co–ordinated by the British Council and Chapter Arts Centre.
Lecturer David Cottis discusses the topics raised at three of the discussions in this Shakespeare Lives! article for Wales Arts Review.