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I'm always looking for new links in order to ease the search for information about the Bard. If you come across any useful links that you think should be part of this site, feel free to e-mail the SRC webmaster. Note: sometimes these sites just go away for no apparent reason. Welcome to the World Wide Web and have a nice day.

360 Education Solutions
Hundreds of programs for aspiring educators, as well as over a thousand professional development courses
Avonpark House
A bed and breakfast in Stratford-upon-Avon providing convenient access to the RSC theater and other historic attractions
Cookery O' the Kitchen "Keep"
The premise: a cookbook written in iambic verse by Shakespeare's brother Robert, who is head cook to Edward DeVere
Double Dutch Discords
Elmy & Boorman are a song-writing team, whose latest project is Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, a tragic love story of star-crossed lovers set to contemporary music
Elizabethan Recipes and Food
Our range of Elizabethan England foods are made to 400-year-old Elizabethan food recipes
English Literature Study Guides
English Literature study guides to help students prepare for examinations
The Folger Shakespeare Library
The major research library for Shakespeare scholarship
Friends of Shakespeare's Church
A charity dedicated to delivering the means to preserve Shakespeare's church for the enjoyment of present and future generations
The Furness Shakespeare Library
From the University of Pennsylvania—Center for Electronic Text and Image
Gene Tyburn's Operas in English Collection
New operatic versions of Shakespeare classics: Antony and Cleopatra, Macbeth, Iago, Hamlet
Gleeditions: Literature Unbound
Gleeditions (Guided Literary E-text Editions) is an academic collection of newly annotated, contemporary editions of the plays in the tradition of the Arden, Folger, and Oxford text
Keith Scales: OFF THE PAGE
Literature and history presented by speaker and storyteller Keith Scales
Louis London Walks
These self-guided London walks help you explore the historical, cultural and hidden sights of London. They include an historical walk through William Shakespeare's London.
Mr. William Shakespeare—Live on Stage!
A website that puts Mr. William Shakespeare centre-stage, performing the great roles from his plays
No Sweat Shakespeare
No Sweat Shakespeare is the home of Modern English Shakespeare translations and resources, conceived as teaching resources to make Shakespeare accessible to students
One Page Book Company
Publishing complete Shakespeare plays, each beautifully laid out on a single page to make collectible works of art for framing and display
The Ophelia Diaries
A narrative poem by Gina Miller with accompanying musical score and animation
Paper Landmarks—Globe Theater
Paper Landmarks designs and produces paper replicas of well-known architectural landmarks, such as the Globe Theater
Pascal Mollière Photography
London theatre and performing arts photographer, Pascal Molliere, specialises in stage and theatre stills, studio and location photography
Pursued by a Bear—Screen Play
Video lesson plans exploring works by Shakespeare that have been turned into films
The Reduced Shakespeare Company
One of the world's best-known and best-loved touring comedy troupes
Seven Years in Dog-Land
Johnny Tay presents a web comic about a girl who lands up in an alternate world where dogs are the masters and humans the pets—based on Shakespeare's explanation of the seven ages of man from As You Like It
The Shakespeare Art Museum
Featuring the writings and visual works on Shakespearean themes of Hannah Tompkins
Shakespeare at eNotes.com
The web's largest and fastest growing place for Shakespeare on the Internet
Shakespeare Behind Bars
This Sundance film selection follows maximum-secutiry inmates delving deeply into the Shakespearean characters they portray, confronting their personal demons
Shakespeare Goes to the Dogs
These cartoon versions of Shakespearean plays featuring Dachsunds are a real howl (sorry, I couldn't help myself)
Shakespeare in Modern English
These delightful adaptations, shortened and in modern English, are an excellent way of introducing young people to Shakespeare
Shakespeare Insults Generator
Mix and match your words and hear your insult read out loud to you
Shakespeare on the Internet: Sites of Interest (Michael Best)
This list of links is huge
The Shakespeare Readers' Society
Website for a London-based Shakespeare reading group who read through the complete works of Shakespeare on the last Sunday of every month in Treadwells Bookshop (also available on Ning)
Shakespeare Solved
David Schajer presents original adaptations of Shakespeare's Hamlet, Richard III, and The Merchant of Venice
Shakespeare Sonnet Shake-Up
Mix and match the lines of Shakespeare's sonnets to create your own original poem
Shakespeare's Country
Shakespeare's Stratford on the Web
Shakespeare's Den
Shop at Shakespeare's Den for the largest collection of theatre and Shakespeare merchandise on the Internet
The Shakespearean Code
Vishwas V. Gokhale has written a book presenting a new theory of hidden meanings in Shakespeare's works.
Shakespearean Guide To Managerial Horticulture
In which plants and actors differ only in name
Shawn and Shakespeare
Shawn O'Brien blogs about his experiences reading the works of Shakespeare
Surfing with the Bard (Amy Ulen)
Your Shakespeare classroom on the Internet
TheatreHistory.com: Shakespeare Index
An index of articles related to the dramatist William Shakespeare
Tudor World (Falstaff Experience)
Falstaff Experience's Tudor World is a multi award-winning museum of Tudor life, which includes a gift shop and theatre, along with day and night time events
Will and Will and Me
Shakespeare's The Tempest retold in an illustrated blog
William Shakespeare (The Complete Works)
Visit this site dedicated to the playwright William Shakespeare and his famous works