Rheged to celebrate Bard's 450th.
The series kicks off today with a new ballet, The Winter's Tale, on Monday, April 28, coming live from the Royal Ballet.
On Thursday, audiences will be treated to King Lear, via a performance at The National Theatre in London.
Of course, no celebration would be complete without a contribution from The Royal Shakespeare Company. Performances of the Company's Henry IV part I and II will be shown live on May 14 and June 18 respectively.
Rheged is Europe's largest grass-covered building, designed to resemble a Lakeland hill, and boasts Cumbria's largest cinema screen.
Events manager Rebecca Walls said: "I am really looking forward to the forthcoming Shakespeare cinema live events. I am particularly excited about King Lear, which has had great reviews, and also to see how Gregory Doran, artistic director of the RSC, will approach Henry IV Part I and II."