The king demonised by William Shakespeare bought lavish gifts during his brief reign
William Shakespeare (bapt. 26 April 1564 – 23 April 1616) was an English poet, playwright, and actor, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s greatest dramatist. He is often called England’s national poet and the “Bard of Avon” (or simply “the Bard”). — Wikipedia
Scholars rearranged the playwright’s sonnets and analysed the people he addresses in each one
Findings could end speculation over the playwright’s sexuality and affairs
After Margaret Keenan became the first person in the world to be vaccinated against Covid-19, the second person, named William Shakespeare, dominated news.
William Shakespeare, 81, received the Pfizer jab in December shortly after 91-year-old Margaret Keenan.
The most-performed dramatist of all-time was most likely born on this day - 23 April 1564 - in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. Little is known about Shakespeare’s early years, but he emerged as a p
Three translations of works of William Shakespeare by the Brussels dialect poet Claude Lammens have been added to the world-famous collection of the Shakespeare Institute at the university of Birmingh
From William Shakespeare to WG Sebald, these books are written less to dispel mystery than to accept it
Bruce Forsyth, Kenneth Williams, William Shakespeare, John F Kennedy, Theresa May and the BBC have all used epanadiploses
William Shakespeare from Warwickshire in England was one of the first people to receive the newly approved Covid-19 vaccine outside a clinical trial on Tuesday.
Footage of 81-year-old from Warwickshire getting jab prompts tearful reaction from Matt Hancock
With the FDA approving the Pfizer vaccine for emergency use on Tuesday, similar scenes will likely play out in the U.S. soon.
News anchor errs by just about 400 years, confusing the famous bard with a British man with the same name who died last week of an illness unrelated to the shot