Explore the web links below to find out more about Much Ado About Nothing and other Shakespeare plays

A woman in sunglasses stands with hands on hips as a group of soldiers look on
Tamsin Greig as Beatrice in the 2006 production of Much Ado About Nothing.

RSC related websites 

The RSC's archive is held at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. You can visit the Library and Archives there to look at production related information, including photos, videos of shows and stage management documents:

Shakespeare Centre Library and Archive homepage

You can search the RSC catalogue here: 

RSC performance database 

Young people exploring the play can learn more about the characters, story and language of Much Ado About Nothing and other Shakespeare plays here:

Shakespeare Learning Zone

Other websites 

The BBC's series on Shakespeare in collaboration with the RSC: 

Shakespeare Unlocked 

The Bodleian Library has digitised its edition of Shakespeare's First Folio so you can see the play in the 1623 form: 

Bodleian Library's digitised first folio 

Explore the leading American Shakespeare Library and their digital text project: 

The Folger Shakespeare Library 

Folger Digital Texts 

You can search the whole of Shakespeare's plays for quotes or specific words on Rhymezone: 

Search Shakespeare's plays 

For more advanced searching of Shakespeare's plays, look at Open Source Shakespeare: 

Open Source Shakespeare 

For a humorous summary of Much Ado About Nothing and other plays, try Good Tickle-Brain:

Good Tickle-Brain

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