‘What Light Through Yonder Window Breaks?’: A Shakespearean Walking Tour

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‘What Light Through Yonder Window Breaks?’: A Shakespearean Walking Tour

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Trinity College

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T: 0383442543

ellie.clay@unimelb.edu.au

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This walking tour through Trinity College will offer a cultural history of Shakespeare in the early years of Melbourne, with a focus on Trinity’s beautiful Shakespeare-themed lead light windows.

Highlights of the tour, which will be led by Shakespeare scholars Dr David McInnis (Faculty of Arts) and Dr Gayle Allan (Deputy Dean of Trinity College), will include a complimentary high tea at the college and a demonstration of simple performance exercises that will bring the Bard to life.

Come along if you're interested in Shakespeare and would like to know more about the role his name and works played in early Melbourne.

Arrival information, including map, will be emailed to registrants in the lead-up to the event.

Being Human Festival 2019

This event is being held as part of the 2019 Being Human Festival. Founded in the UK as the only national festival of the humanities, Being Human is now a global celebration dedicated to demonstrating the breadth, diversity and vitality of the humanities.

Presenters

  • Dr David McInnis
    Dr David McInnis, Senior Lecturer in Shakespeare Studies
  • Dr Gayle Allan
    Dr Gayle Allan, Associate Dean, Trinity College