It is hard for us to imagine how crowds could be drawn to events in the ages before the popular press. However, Shakespeare’s Globe was notorious for pulling the punters. Xan Atkins looks at the innovative ways he and the queen’s company promoted themselves and their plays.
I’m still unsure myself what the title of my postgraduate dissertation will be – but, at the moment, the most enjoyable part of doing a Masters is having the complete freedom, if not infinite time, to decide. My undergraduate degree was English and History, so this year I was really drawn to research an area Continue Reading