Shakespeare and Creativity MA students from the Shakespeare Institute performed two new plays at The Other Place.
As part of their Shakespeare and Creativity MA, students from the University of Birmingham have presented two new plays in response to Shakespeare at The Other Place.
This Filthy Crow explores Shakespeare's neglected female characters, following three witches on a journey of self-discovery. In The Folkman's Tale, a coffee shop owner has to make a choice between her father's folk legacy or embracing the takeover the disco.
The University of Birmingham offers a variety of undergraduate degrees, with specialisms including English, Drama, Film, Creative Writing and English Language. If you’re passionate about studying these subjects at an innovative, world-class university, you can find out more at the university's upcoming Open Days on Friday 28 and Saturday 29 June.