Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Gunpowder plot: terrorism in Shakespeare’s restless world

For over 400 years 5 November has been a day of celebration, though it’s now thought of as Bonfire Night with little reference to its origins with the 1605 plot to blow up the King, the Lords and the Commons … Continue reading

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Shakespeare projects round-up

Projects involving Shakespeare have, as ever, been coming thick and fast over the last couple of months. There are a tremendous variety of books, websites, and films (some still requiring help to get made). First up is a book I’ve … Continue reading

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