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Shakespeare: Leicester players want more Champions League football
Manager Craig Shakespeare challenged his Leicester team to reach the Champions League again after its quarterfinal loss to Atletico Madrid.
Sources: Shakespeare expected to be named Leicester manager by season’s end
Craig Shakespeare is expected to be confirmed as Leicester City's manager until the end of the season early next week, according to Sky sources.
Medieval murals painted over by Shakespeare's father revealed
Incredible medieval church murals not seen the 16th century have been restored as part of painstaking preservation project.
Marlowe credited as Shakespeare's co-writer
Elizabethan playwright Christopher Marlowe is to be credited by Oxford University Press as Shakespeare's co-writer on three of the Bard's plays.
Vox Philia sets Shakespeare to music
Shakespeare and music are fine pairing, so Vox Philia's 'Serenade to Music: Choral Settings of Shakespeare' made a satisfying and elegant feast at Atonement Lutheran Church in Wyomissing.
Early Shakespeare plays get rare public view
The public is getting a rare peek at first and early editions of some of William Shakespeare's most beloved plays.
Theater where 'Hamlet' was first performed given listed status
The archeological remains of two Elizabethan playhouses, one of which saw the first performance of Shakespeare's 'Hamlet', was given listed status.
Shakespeare and French have long, tempestuous relationship
A new bilingual edition of Shakespeare's complete works has turned new attention to the English playwright's lasting (but not always appreciated) influence on French literature.
Rare Shakespeare folios on display in Leeds
Four Shakespeare folios owned by the University of Leeds is on public display for the first time.
Iranians to stage 'Hamlet' in Poland
An Iranian troupe will stage a free interpretation of Shakespeare's tragedy 'Hamlet' at the Shakespeare Theater in the Polish port city of Gdańsk.
Shakespeare's will on display in Stratford after 400 years
British playwright William Shakespeare's will is going on display in Stratford-upon-Avon for the first time since he wrote it 400 years ago.
Shakespeare's first four folios go on show in Blackburn
A selection of work by William Shakespeare considered the 'Holy Grail of book collections' is to go on display.
Hamlet, Lear line the Thames in London Shakespeare celebrations
Theater-lovers in Britain and around the world are marking the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, AP reported.
Wigan's 'To See or Not to See' Shakespeare goes on show
An artist famed for his tiny sculptures created a microscopic William Shakespeare to mark the 400th anniversary of the Bard's death.
Rare William Shakespeare book to go on display in Newcastle
A rare chance to see a Shakespeare ‘First Folio’, once owned by George III, is set to generate huge excitement in Newcastle.
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