I love the tragedies myself... Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, King Lear... probably in that order.
At school straight after Arthur Miller's The Crucible, we were plunged into Shakespeare, against our will, but to our amazement, after the brain ache of the language, knocked us sideways. I read more voluntarily, after that and loved them.
I suppose the thing with him, is even if you loathe him with every fibre, the writers you do love will have borrowed from him in terms of theme, plot or character. He's referenced everywhere basically, not just in literature, but art, opera, music, film, etc. (there's no escape).
But then he pinched ideas, themes too.
Reading about that First Folio of Folger Library going out on tour, apparently of the 228 still known to be in existence, they have 82 copies!
which makes you breathe a little easier, if some mishap doth befall it:wb:. But single copies run into millions.
Bruno, our local cinema mutilplex has been doing a lot of live streaming of (amongst other high arty stuff) Shakespeare's Plays from the Globe Theatre, they did some last year also.
(Gets streamed across the world in other cinemas too) a lot more affordable and accessible, for me.