VOTE - RE:Shakespeare App Hosted By David Tennant Nominated For Webby Award



RE:Shakespeare, the Shakespeare study app fronted by David Tennant, has been nominated for a People's Voice Webby Award in the Mobile Sites & Apps: Cultural Institutions category. You can help it to win an honour by casting your vote.

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.

You can help RE:Shakespeare to win this award by casting your vote here

The Webby Awards are presented annually by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences and cover 5 media types: websites, advertising and media, online film and video, mobile sites and apps, and social. In every category there are two awards, The Webby Award, decided by the Academy members and The Webby People’s Voice Award, voted on by members of the public. The winners of the 20th Awards will be announced on Tuesday April 26th. 

Click here to learn more about RE:Shakespeare


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