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Information for Bard in the Yard - Help Shakespeare Write a Play! at The Turbine Theatre, Inner London (Play). William Shakespeare is stuck. Like, really stuck. Blank parchment stuck. He is trying to write a new masterpiece and has the weight of his company's eager return to the stage on his shoulders. What's more, his rival Ben Jonson, on top of making the best sourdough bread ever, also has a new play in the works... So he has decided to pick your brains and make sure this new show is the smash hit it is promising to be. They say Shakespeare wrote King Lear and Macbeth in plague quarantine... what they don't say is that you helped, a lot. This "irresistible" (The Guardian) play by author and director Victoria Gartner is "funny and moving, not to mention immersive" (The Independent). The Turbine Theatre on the Jetty
Author Victoria Gartner. Author William Shakespeare.
Bard in the Yard - Help Shakespeare Write a Play!Monday, 2nd August 2021
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