Shakespeare: The Man from Stratford
Shakespeare is the greatest writer the world has ever known. He is the man who created the cleverest comedies and most towering tragedies in our literature, who conceived characters as consummate as King Lear, Macbeth and Othello and as savvy as Puck and Touchstone and whose numerous witty aphorisms have become part of everyday speech. But we know nothing about him. Or do we?
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A Festival Dickens
A unique afternoon: two of Dickens' monodramas, forgotten for 150 years. Dwarves, giants, toffs, even a walk-on appearance by the Prince of Wales. The evening reveals two heartbreaking and hilarious stories - pure Dickensian gold.