From House Tours to Sing-Along Performances: 14 Ways to Celebrate Shakespeare’s 400th Anniversary

Publisher: 
Vogue
Date: 
June 3, 2016
In William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, the jester named Feste wisely notes, “I say, there is no darkness but ignorance.” All too true, and what better way to celebrate the 400th anniversary year of the bard’s death—and the longer lit days of summer—than by acquiring more knowledge on his life and works? From historical sites in England to events on either side of the Atlantic, let your upcoming vacation, or weekend getaways, be directed by his brilliant and beautifully written words... Maybe you can’t make it across the pond for the above journey and special events. If that’s the case, on June 7, the New-York Historical Society opens an exhibition on Shakespeare’s first folio—the 1623 volume that collected 36 of the author’s plays. Read more…
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