Shakespeare VR

Relative Motion, Visualise, Arts Council England, Heritage Lottery, British Council, The Space

Shakespeare VR gives the audience the opportunity to be at the heart of scenes from Shakespeare’s most iconic stories including; King Lear, Romeo & Juliet, and As You Like It.

Shakespeare originally wrote his plays for a round space, using immersive filmmaking, this is another example of how virtual reality is changing the world of theatre, really putting the audience at the centre of the story once again.

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Immersive technologies lends itself readily to the adaptation of theatre productions and to find out more how it is being applied to theatre visit here.


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