Shakespeare Lives Through Kenneth Branagh on Stage and Screen is an exhibition devoted to the unique achievements of Belfast-born director, dramaturge and actor, Sir Kenneth Branagh. It draws on archive materials held in the Sir Kenneth Branagh Archive in the McClay Library, Queen’s University, Belfast, and is the result of a creative partnership between Queen’s University Belfast and the British Council. The exhibition toured NI/Ireland and Hong Kong before coming back to Belfast for the BSA Conference. It is on display at the Ulster Museum from 1 June to 1 October 2018 and is a free of charge exhibition open to conference delegates. Exhibition highlights include posters, publicity stills, images, banner and display board. You’ll find it in the corridor next to the shop and next to the studios where our film screening premieres will be held. Enjoy!
Exhibition curation and brochure text: Rosaleen Hickey
Ulster Exhibition consultant and text: Prof. Mark Thornton Burnett
A brochure for the exhibition is available by clicking the following link: SLKennethBranaghBooklet
We appreciate your feedback. You are warmly invited to complete a visitor survey for the exhibition and to send it to BSA2018@qub.ac.uk. The survey is available by clicking the following link: Ulster Museum Feedback
An online version of the exhibition will shortly be available.