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Shakespeare School marks 15 years of existence

Shakespeare School, the private English language school in Bucharest, celebrated its 15-year anniversary last weekend at the Bucharest National Theatre. Set up in 2002, Shakespeare School has had 20,000 students over the past 15 years, now boasting four centers in ...

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“Shakespeare Lives” at British Council: Film screenings and public reading

British Council Romania is celebrating William Shakespeare’s work with film screenings, public reading sessions and debates with British poets on Saturday, April 23rd. „Shakespeare Lives” is a global programme comprising events and activities celebrating the work of the most famous ...

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Bucharest independent literature at Edinburgh Festival

The International Literature Festival in Bucharest (FILB) will be presented within ongoing Edinburgh Festival (August 7-31). Oana Boca Stanescu, one of the festival’s founders will lecture about the festival’s history and all its seven editions in Edinburgh on August 24. ...

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The “Future is Feminine” at Bucharest International Theatre Platform

The first edition of the Bucharest International Theatre Platform, organised by ArCUB and ARPAS (the Romanian Association for the Promotion of Performing Arts) in partnership with the British Council Romania and the Polish Institute in Bucharest and with the support ...

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