Continuing Education at the University of Liverpool has been offering learning opportunities to the local community in the city and wider region for over 100 years. It offers an exciting and diverse range of courses, lectures and events both on and off campus. Drawing on the experience and expertise of the University’s academic community its purpose is to build a stimulating and enjoyable learning environment for all – whether you are studying for credit or for the sheer pleasure of learning. CE is looking forward to working with Ormskirk School to offer a range of both one-off events and longer courses in the coming months. Visit https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/continuing-education/ for further information.
On Wednesday 4th October 2017 (7-8pm) at Ormskirk School, lecturers Dr Kate O’Leary and David Rice from the University of Liverpool will be delivering a lecture on Macbeth. Macbeth may well be Shakespeare's most disturbing play. It is haunted by witches, ghosts, apparitions, madness, murder and suicide. In this talk, they will discuss the obsession with witchcraft and the nature of kingship in Shakespeare's day and consider what really haunts the play...
This is not a school event, Ormskirk School is acting as a community venue. Pupils are welcome to attend, but must be supervised by parents/carers at the lecture.