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David Suchet, Oscar Wilde and Shakespeare

Next week a production of Oscar Wilde’s most famous play, The Importance of Being Earnest, opens in the West End of London. The production stars one of best-loved actors, David Suchet, in the leading role of Lady Bracknell. A few … Continue reading

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Stratford’s French connection: the Gower Memorial

For Bastille Day, a post about a much-loved┬ámonument that originated in France. If you’ve ever visited Stratford-upon-Avon the chances are you’ve seen the Gower Memorial, even if only from the window of a bus. It now sits alongside the main … Continue reading

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