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Retelling the stories of the world’s favourite playwright: the Hogarth Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s plays have been adapted, rewritten, altered, reimagined for centuries, beginning just forty years or so after he died. These revisions keep Shakespeare fresh, giving the stories a modern flavour. Shakespeare himself borrowed stories from many other sources. As time … Continue reading

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