Shakespeare Lives is an unprecedented programme of events and activities running throughout this year, exploring Shakespeare as a living writer who still speaks for all people and nations. Discover how successful our 'ShakespeareLives:Play your Shakespeare' China campaign has been.
Prince George is 3, wearing high heels can injure women, old-fashioned UK summer activities disappear, and how you can see Henry VIII's favourite warship close up.
Every week, we summarise the UK news to help you understand what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.
Thank you to the many English UK members, partner agencies, friends and colleague who have sponsored the English UK Three Peaks Challenge so far.
When The English Language Centre in Brighton had a request to put on a taster session for a group of Chinese visitors, they were happy to help.
Whether learning legal English with a lawyer or focusing on crystal clear vowel sounds, English UK member centres like to meet customer demand.
UK gets new Prime Minister, 3,200 British people strip naked for artist, Andy Murray wins Wimbledon and more changes at Top Gear.
English UK member the Mulberry School of English chose the Langollen International Eisteddfod celebrations for its official re-opening after a complete makeover.
The English UK team is climbing the UK's highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales in just 24 hours in memory of late Chief Executive Eddie Byers.
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In the run-up to the 100th anniversary of Roald Dahl's birth, and the film adaption of The BFG (Big Friendly Giant), VisitBritain in collaboration with Disney has launched a £350,000 international 'Where Giant Dreams come to Life' tourism campaign. This campaign showcases a selection of giant landmarks in Britain.
I didn't know anything about Northern Ireland, only that the Titanic was built in Belfast, so it was very impressive for me to see all the beauty.
Find out more about Cesar Fernandez's experience studying English in Northern Ireland.
Wimbledon players take towels home with them, Adele is bestselling artist again, Welsh football team does well in the Euros and nicer-tasting strawberry comes to British supermarkets.