An audiovisual urban walk through Shakespeare’s works to celebrate International Book Day

Different locations in the city will feature a total of 37 short films based on the works of the Bard.

Among the many events planned to commemorate the International Day of Books is this one, organised by the British Council and the Globe Theatre in partnership with more than 10 Spanish organizations. Coinciding with the celebration of the feast of Sant Jordi, this will be the first ever urban, audiovisual walk through the works of William Shakespeare.

The Complete Walk is a journey through 37 short films, corresponding to the 27 works of Shakespeare. From the 22nd to the 28th of April, these works will be screened in diverse locations in the city. Shakespeare readers will have the opportunity to see audiovisual versions of iconic works such as Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth, featuring some of the best British actors and directors.

Screenings in Barcelona are scheduled to take place at CCCB, the British Council, Caixa Forum and Teatre Lliure, among others.

The Complete Walk #ShakespeareLives
When: 22 to 28 April
Where: Various locations in Barcelona
Price: Free
For more information, check out the British Council website

 

 

Publication date: Friday, 22 April 2016
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