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‘Dream’ on the wireless

Erudite conversation and interesting analysis.

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Is Shakespeare History?

This is the BBC………

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The Female Voice in Shakespeare……

The Shakespearean Authorship Trust Conference is announced.

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Some research into MSND

Wisdom from the Oxford Ed.

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Research Notes on ‘Dream’

Directors actually do this stuff!

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Memories of “a Shakespeare genius”

Nick Page remembers RSC founder and ‘Shakespeare genius’ John Barton.

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The Impact of Brexit on Sevenoaks Shakespeare

We shall never surrender, save to the interests of honour, and good sense.

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Aphra Behn, the first professional woman writer

An article reprinted from The Shakespeare blog with annecdotes from Phil Newton

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Smiles that reveal, Smiles that conceal

This article analyses the dramatic functions of the smile in Shakespeare’s plays as a facial gesture which can either reveal what a character is thinking, or conceal feelings. It is at its most theatrically complex in Twelfth Night as a thematic and structural element, and Malvolio’s smiling is the most extended example.   Increasing interest […]

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Measure for Measure at the Stag

Measure for Measure at the Stag

Et in the Mother House, ego.

More improvements for our Audience.

More improvements for our Audience.

The race to the bottom!