Photographers show Shakespeare's global influence in a modern and refreshing way.
On Wednesday 15 July 2015, the Young Changemakers Advanced Training took place at the China Youth Development Foundation
Find out more about our previous speakers in 2013.
An interactive video platform that sees the British Council collaborate with the Old Vic Theatre. Create a scene from one of Shakespeare's most loved plays, A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
'The sounds, smells and frenzied activity on the streets were unlike anything I had experienced elsewhere and I was hooked!' Read Peter's story.
The British Council is opening its doors to interns for the Internship Programme for China, 2016.
Tom Bird, Executive Producer at Shakespeare’s Globe, spoke with around 600 students passionate about Shakespeare in Xi’an, Chengdu,and Wuhan.
James spoke about his career in journalism and news reporting, including what barriers and challenges he faced, and shared insights into his interviews with notable global figures.
We are delighted to share a week-long series of activities celebrating Shakespeare Day.
'It was an era of firsts: I founded China’s first rock and roll band, the Peking All-Stars; I was the first person ever to play the kazoo on the Great Wall of China.' Read Graham's story.