July 10, 2012, 2:50 pm -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Throughout the course of 2012 events are taking place across the world as part of the World Shakespeare Festival. Performances, exhibitions and conferences are examining, showcasing and applauding the works of William Shakespeare, arguably the greatest English writer of all time. A major exhibition in this series of global happenings is Shakespeare: Staging the World at the British Museum in Bloomsbury, London.
From 19 July through to 25 November the British Museum, with assistance from the Royal Shakespeare Company, is hosting a commemorative event of the great playwright's life and works. Through contemporary performances, maps, prints, drawings, paintings, armour, coins and medals the exhibition will award visitors with a more in depth understanding of the many world's of Shakespeare from early modern Jewish culture through to Africa and the New World.
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