Download free resources and browse opportunities and events for schools and students, including our new online programme of workshops and courses.
From September 2020, our workshops, storytelling sessions, CPD and projects for schools will have the option to be delivered online. This exciting new method of delivery will enable anyone who is teaching in socially-distanced classrooms, or who is distance learning, to connect with our education work from anywhere in the world.
- Educating Shakespeare – Shakespeare’s early schooldays in Stratford and historical information on living in Tudor England.
- The Dubitanda Archives – Archives chronicling the various interpretations of Shakespeare’s work through history as various academics applied known textual analyses and literary paradigms to Shakespeare’s work..
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival Education Department offers classes and workshops for kids, teens and adults year-round.
All 2020 Colorado Shakespeare Festival events (including summer camps) have been postponed until summer 2021 as part of the CU Boulder campus response related to COVID-19. We will be in touch with families who are registered for camps soon regarding next steps. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we navigate this unprecedented situation. For more information: CU Presents public health update