Shakespeare Blogs List
The Best Shakespeare blogs from thousands of top Shakespeare blogs in our index using search and social metrics. Data will be refreshed once a week.
These blogs are ranked based on following criteria
- Google reputation and Google search ranking
- Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites
- Quality and consistency of posts.
- Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review
Top 30 Shakespeare Blogs Winners
CONGRATULATIONS to every blogger that has made this Top Shakespeare Blogs list! This is the most comprehensive list of best Shakespeare blogs on the internet and I’m honoured to have you as part of this! I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world.
If your blog is one of the Top 30 Shakespeare blogs, you have the honour of displaying the following badge on your site. Use the below code to display this badge proudly on your blog. You deserve it!:
Submit Your Blog
Top Shakespeare Blogs
About Blog - Founded by the pioneering American actor and director Sam Wanamaker, Shakespeare's Globe is a unique international resource dedicated to the exploration of Shakespeare's work and the playhouse for which he wrote, through the connected means of performance and education.
About Blog - No Sweat Shakespeare is a labor of love from London-based father and son Shakespeare enthusiasts John and Warren King. Fun and quirky blog posts on Shakespeare, the No Sweat Shakespeare blog gives you the lowdown on Shakespeare with an interesting take on various topics...
Frequency - about 1 post per month
Ye Olde Anne Arbour
About Blog - Created in 2013, Good Tickle Brain is the world's foremost (and very possibly only) stick figure Shakespeare webcomic. One-stop shop for Shakespearean stick-figure webomics and other esoteric and random subjects. Comics will be posted here on Tuesday and Thursdays.
About Blog - The Shakespeare blog,now receives over 105,000 page views a year from at least 109 countries. The author also guest-written on other Shakespeare blogs. She contributes to online projects like the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust’s 60 minutes with Shakespeare resource.
About Blog - Founded in June 2005, Shakespeare Geek now stands as one of the oldest (if not the oldest) active online community for discussing the works of Shakespeare. Authors, actors, directors, students, teachers, parents and children all come together to ask questions, provide answers, and generally share their common love for the greatest literature the world has ever known.
About Blog - Embracing Shakespearian Conversation in A Digital Age
About Blog - Finding Shakespeare is an online project powered by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust’s Collections Department. Our aim is to make our outstanding collections freely accessible to anyone in the world with an internet connection.
About Blog - The mission of The Shakespeare Standard is to foster and celebrate these communities online, and to drive the conversation among these communities and their members, believing that this conversation will constitute a modern living playhouse, where ideas, images, discussion, debates, current events, arts, and individuals forge a new and emerging community comprised of the disparate parts.
Cedar City, UT
About Blog - The Utah Shakespeare Festival presents life-affirming classic and contemporary plays in repertory, with Shakespeare as our cornerstone. These plays are enhanced by interactive festival experiences which entertain, enrich, and educate.
About Blog - This the the blog for Shakespeare’s World, a collaborative full text transcription project created in a partnership between the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., Zooniverse.org at Oxford University, and the Oxford English Dictionary of Oxford University Press.
About Blog - William Sutton first inflicted with Shakes fever over a decade ago, he overcame inertia by memorizing all 154 sonnets penned by Shakespeare. He also Memorised the sonnets of Shakespeare, so you don't have to. Will share them with you.
About Blog - I see Shakespeare differently. The Shakespeare I see is very entertaining, very edgy, and will do just about anything to make you laugh. And he loves bawdy humor! The versions of Hamlet, Richard III and The Merchant of Venice that I have written show you the vision of Shakespeare that I have.
San Rafael, CA
About Blog - We offer programs that combine Drama Therapy with Shakespeare Study and Performance. Exercises foster self-reflection, compassion, cooperation, self-expression, and goal-setting. We practice being human together. Shakespeare offers many opportunities to explore human motivation, interpersonal interactions, and deep thinking about the human condition.
About Blog - Shakespeare’s New Contemporaries is a groundbreaking, industry-changing undertaking to develop a new canon of 38 plays that vibe off of and are inspired by Shakespeare’s work. It’s an opportunity for playwrights of every gender, race, and creed to partner with Shakespeare. It’s our chance to find the next generation of the world’s greatest playwrights.
About Blog - Before Shakespeare asks how and why commercial playhouses came to be built in London during the reign of Queen Elizabeth. We engage in performance and archival research to explore the world of sixteenth-century playhouses and the plays performed in them. Find out more about our season of staged readings at The Globe with James Wallace.
About Blog - A Shakespeare scholar and editor, a professor of English at Western Michigan University, and the author of two nonfiction works on Renaissance literature and culture, Grace Tiffany uses fiction as an additional medium for exploring the early modern world. Riveting fiction and Shakespeare chat for lovers of the English Renaissance.
About Blog - we aim to spread the love of Shakespeare far and wide, using Shakespeare’s own staging and rehearsal conditions to recover the great joy of playing and the brilliance of his wordcraft and stagecraft.
About Blog - Bell Shakespeare began its remarkable journey in 1990. That idea? To create a theatre company dedicated to producing the plays of William Shakespeare in a way that was relevant and exciting to Australian audiences.In 1990, John founded the theatre company Bell Shakespeare and has produced, among others, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, The Taming of the Shrew, Richard III, Pericles, Henry IV, Henry V.
About Blog - Established in 2004, the Flatwater Shakespeare Company's mission is to inspire and inform actors, artists, audiences, scholars, and students of the Great Plains and Midwest regional area through theater productions of the highest quality, based in the works of Shakespeare and enhanced by a creative educational wing.
About Blog - Digital Shakespeares blog is a collection of my thoughts about Shakespeare and digital culture. Shakespeare academic and digital dual citizen, interested in literature, theatre, history, culture in all their infinite variety.
Nebraska, United States
About Blog - Nebraska Shakespeare (NS) was founded in September 1986 and currently serves 50,000 individuals through quality theatrical performances and educational forums including Shakespeare On The Green, On Tour, Camp Shakespeare, Music Alive!, a sonnet writing contest, and more.
About Blog - I’m Dr Sophie Duncan, and I’m an academic based at the Calleva Centre, Magdalen College, University of Oxford, where I research Shakespeare in performance, cognition, Victorian literature, and audience psychology. My first book, Shakespeare’s Women and the Fin de Siecle, is out now from Oxford University Press! My new projects include work on props and cognition and on Oscar Wilde.
About Blog - The New Book Press publishes the WordPlay™ Shakespeare eBook series, a new edition of Shakespeare's plays that includes filmed performances embedded on the page, next to Shakespeare's words. By redefining what a "book" actually is, WordPlay™ Shakespeare eBooks help 21st century students understand and enjoy Shakespeare more easily.