La Fabrique Shakespeare

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La Fabrique Shakespeare was created to bring the joy and wisdom of the Bard’s works to the widest audience. A space for the sharing of knowledge and resources, La Fabrique Shakespeare provides educational projects and cultural events for all: students from primary school to university, theatre and festival goers, thespians, and the general public, including underprivileged communities.

The events offered are multiple and varied: participatory workshops, illustrated talks, read-alongs, story telling, film screenings and debates, meetings, exhibitions, round-tables, translation and acting contests etc.

The flagship project of La Fabrique Shakespeare is Shakespeare d’Avril!, a festival in Vincennes which offers a range of cultural events that are accessible to all.

La Fabrique Shakespeare aims at providing all audiences with fun, educational, and accessible offers. It is driven by one intention : to bring Shakespeare to all!

Marie-Pierre Dupagne (President/Founder)

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Marie-Pierre Dupagne taught English in high school for 17 years before she left the French education system in 2002 for family reasons. After a thirteen-month Grand Tour in a camper van with her family took her from the Sahara to Iceland and as far as Turkey, Marie-Pierre worked as a volunteer for different festivals in her home town of Vincennes, Paris.

In 2006, she was put in charge of young audience participation at the Rencontres Internationales du Cinéma de Patrimoine – Prix Henri Langlois festival, leading a team of 20 volunteers. Notably, during her time there, she created the « Séance pas comme les autres » (a Screening with a Difference, with an emphasis on accessibility to all) in partnership with the Ciné-ma Différence association.

In 2012, she went back to school and furthered her knowledge of the cultural sector with a Master’s degree in Cultural Project Management at IESA, Paris.

From 2013 to 2016, she worked as a production and development manager for Le Palais Royal, a choir and orchestra who perform on period instruments.

In 2017, she founded La Fabrique Shakespeare, dedicated to the promotion of Shakespeare’s works to French-speaking audiences.

In 2018, she started work for the association Ciné-ma différence and has been researching relaxed performances in Europe and North America.

In 2019, La Fabrique Shakespeare created the festival Shakespeare d’Avril!, a month of Shakespearean celebrations for all, in Vincennes.