Liadán Dunlea and Fra Fee perform 'Translations' / 'Aistriúcháin', a poem by Gearóid Mac Lochlainn, at Southbank Centre's National Poetry Library.
A music video starring the Defense Attorneys Parentheses and Brackets. They're here to provide more context to things we think we already know.
A short film giving an overview of the history of Commedia dell'Arte. In this film Didi Hopkins from commediaworks describes the influence of commedia dell'arte on modern theatre and other dramatic formats such as film and television.
An animated version of William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night's Dream”; a retelling of the classic play set to modern music.
Actors Billie Piper (Yerma) and Brendan Cowell (John) discuss Lorca's masterpiece.
Learn what an adjective is and how to properly use one.
Adventure is a form of literature that takes readers on extraordinary journeys across time and space. Let's explore its evolution and some of its finest works.
Learn what adverbs and adverbials are and how to use them properly.
As the first Black woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, Alice Walker helped to bring the Black experience to readers across the globe. A true trailblazer, her work continues to entertain and enlighten.
Allegory is a form of literary fiction that uses symbolism to comment on actual events, people or elements of the human condition. Let's explore its evolution and take a closer look at some of its finest authors.
The youngest inaugural poet in history, Amanda Gorman introduced a new generation to the lyrical power of poetry. As a young Black woman who writes about a range of themes and issues, she has become a modern-day icon.
This collection of films offers performance extracts from the National Theatre’s production of Twelfth Night, alongside interviews with the cast and director about elements of the play.