Shakespeare400 is a consortium of leading cultural, creative and educational organisations, coordinated by King’s College London, which will mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in 2016. Through a connected series of public performances, programmes, exhibitions and creative activities in the capital and beyond, partners will celebrate the legacy of Shakespeare during the quatercentenary year.
Turn of Phrase Ltd was created in 2013 as a communications training company who aim to give people the skills, freedom and power to speak in public, while addressing issues of gender equality in how we communicate. We want speaking to be as valued as reading and writing.
We aim to improve communication in decision-making processes whether that is as part of a team, in the board room or presenting to new potential clients. Through effective, emotionally connected and focused speech we give individuals and teams the tools they need to be more productive, efficient and empower their workforce to communicate with better harmony.
Our work also takes us into schools across the UK where we help young people develop their communication skills through specialist workshops. We have a gender equality focussed session for students, which aims to bring awareness to the next generation of leaders and thinkers.
The So and So Arts Club aims to pool the talent and resources of actors, writers, directors, designers, musicians, artists and producers and through their networking and club events to offer support, to open doors, to create possibilities.
They can be found at their new headquarters; 6 Fredericks Place, London EC2R 8AB.