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In the Times Literary Supplement of July 1st Shakespeare Institute lecturer Martin Wiggins reports that the Elizabethan Club of Yale University has recently acquired the manuscript of Oedipus – a play for schoolchildren written in the late 16th century (the … Continue reading
What does the language of William Shakespeare have to offer to the learner of English as a foreign language? Many have at least a curiosity about the words of the best known poet and playwright in the English language. Also … Continue reading
As nippers we were more than partial to the odd game of ‘footie’ played in the back yard. Jumpers or half-bricks as posts. It was always the world cup final and we were England. First one to 10. ‘Rush’ goalies, … Continue reading
Due to popular demand we’ve posted this brilliant version of Stone Soup. It’s taken from Erik K Taylor’s wonderful book ‘Using Folktales’ published by Cambridge University Press. It’s got a great chorus which lends itself to stirring vigorously and miming … Continue reading