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Seeking A Midsummer Night’s Dream in “the winds of March”

It’s the beginning of March and signs of spring are still few and far between after a long and dreary winter. What does the dedicated Shakespeare-lover need to cheer themselves up? A Midsummer Night’s Dream, of course! And of course … Continue reading

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So who did invent the Shakespearean Theatre?

Who invented the “Shakespearean theatre”? Burbage and Shakespeare and/or Henslowe and Alleyn? ┬áThis is the title of a one-day conference being held at the University of Reading this Saturday coming, 24 November. Because Shakespeare is now the most famous playwright … Continue reading

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