Cambridge University Press publishes over 200 Shakespeare titles, including the best-selling Cambridge School Shakespeare series. This series was initially developed from the work of Dr Rex Gibson’s Shakespeare and Schools Project, and each play in the recently published new editions has been carefully rewritten, revised and expanded to enable students to inhabit Shakespeare's imaginative world in accessible and creative ways.
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust runs formal and informal educational programmes for people of all ages, and through its digital media platforms connects millions of people on every continent with the world’s best known playwright. This partnership will enable both organisations to work collaboratively and produce exclusive content including blogs, articles and webinars that will benefit from combined expertise and highlight the enduring significance of Shakespeare’
Michael McGarvey, Director of UK Education at Cambridge University Press said; “We are delighted to be teaming up with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, especially in the 450th anniversary year of his birth. We look forward to working with the Trust to create exciting new content.”
Jacqueline Green, Head of Learning and Participation at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, said; “We want every child to have the opportunity to experience Shakespeare’