RE:Shakespeare App Hosted By David Tennant Wins Webby Award



RE:Shakespeare, the Shakespeare study app fronted by David Tennant, has won the  People's Voice Webby Award in the Mobile Sites & Apps: Cultural Institutions category.

The Royal Shakespeare Company and Samsung worked together to create RE:Shakespeare, a free Android app that helps young people learn about Shakespeare through play, practice and performing for real. By working through a series of immersive 360 and interactive challenges, hosted by celebrity influencers and performance experts, young people are transformed from passive readers to active co-owners and doers, engaging with Shakespeare via the digital channels they live and breathe.

Click here to learn more about RE:Shakespeare

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