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4 January 2022, 3:00pm to 7 January 2022, 4:15pm
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Add to Calendar 2022-01-04 15:00:00 2022-01-07 16:15:00 Shakespeare Reading Retreat: Othello In 2022, we will be welcoming in the New Year with the seventh of our annual Shakespeare study retreats, exploring Othello and what we might learn from the play to inform the way we live today. This popular event follows on from successful retreats on The Merchant of Venice in 2020, Macbeth in 2019 and A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 2018. Our 2021 retreat was postponed due to restrictions on residential events and gatherings during the pandemic. All registered places from 2021 have been transferred to 2022 where requested. Discussions taking place at the 2019 Macbeth retreat. Programme For this retreat we are joined again by a distinguished group of retreat leaders and contributors, including: Reverend Dr Paul Edmondson - Head of Research, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Andrew French - Actor, Royal Shakespeare Company Professor Daniel Grimley - Professor of Music, University of Oxford Dr Amanda Piesse - Formerly Lecturer in English Literature and Children's Literature, Trinity College Dublin Professor Tiffany Stern FBE - Professor and Chair of Shakespeare and Early Modern Literature at The Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham Professor Sir Stanley Wells CBE FRSL - Former Life Trustee (1975-2017) and former Chairman of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (1991-2011); Emeritus Professor of Shakespeare Studies of the University of Birmingham; Honorary Emeritus Governor of the Royal Shakespeare Company Dr Rowan Williams PC FBA FRSL FLSW – Former Archbishop of Canterbury (2002 to 2012) Participants will explore the spiritual, psychological and literary aspects of the play and learn about the role of music in Shakespearean productions, past and present, whilst enjoying the hospitality of a three-night stay at the Lodge. The programme includes a series of reflections from our retreat leaders, film screenings, panel discussions, breakout study groups, evening readings, and a guided walk through Windsor Great Park. Participation This event has limited places remaining, please email Emily Gow (Programme Officer) at programmeteam@cumberlandlodge.ac.uk or call 01784 497781 if you would like to participate in the retreat or find out more about future Shakespeare retreats at Cumberland Lodge. Tickets include accommodation and all meals. A ticket for a single room is £560. A ticket for a shared room is £720 for two people.  Cumberland Lodge info@cumberlandlodge.org.uk Europe/London public
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In 2022, we will be welcoming in the New Year with the seventh of our annual Shakespeare study retreats, exploring Othello and what we might learn from the play to inform the way we live today.

This popular event follows on from successful retreats on The Merchant of Venice in 2020, Macbeth in 2019 and A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 2018. Our 2021 retreat was postponed due to restrictions on residential events and gatherings during the pandemic. All registered places from 2021 have been transferred to 2022 where requested.

Discussions taking place at the 2019 Macbeth retreat.

Programme

For this retreat we are joined again by a distinguished group of retreat leaders and contributors, including:

Participants will explore the spiritual, psychological and literary aspects of the play and learn about the role of music in Shakespearean productions, past and present, whilst enjoying the hospitality of a three-night stay at the Lodge.

The programme includes a series of reflections from our retreat leaders, film screenings, panel discussions, breakout study groups, evening readings, and a guided walk through Windsor Great Park.

Participation

This event has limited places remaining, please email Emily Gow (Programme Officer) at programmeteam@cumberlandlodge.ac.uk or call 01784 497781 if you would like to participate in the retreat or find out more about future Shakespeare retreats at Cumberland Lodge.

Tickets include accommodation and all meals. A ticket for a single room is £560. A ticket for a shared room is £720 for two people. 

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