I know that this year is somehow connected with Shakespeare and his works. I'm sure that there must be some competitions in writing prose and poetry in English-speaking countries devoted to Shakespeare. Maybe you heard of something like that? Please, recommend me, if you know)
I do not know the answer to your question;
I cannot solve the problem that you pose;
I can do more than make a weak suggestion:
To test and see, perchance, if Google knows.
Now Shakespeare died four hundred years ago,
There is no doubt, the history is clear;
It was, for sure, in sixteen sixteen--so,
The celebrations go on all this year.
The day and month, now that's a little quirky;
In 1750 the calendar was changed,
Eleven days were lost in some place murky,
And all the "old style" dates were rearranged.
Thus Shakespeare and Cervantes, so they say,
Died on the same date--but not on the same day!
Dariana, put "shakespeare competition" in Google and you will get an information you are looking for.