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Shakespeare Beyond Doubt

This is an invitation for you to join our free webinar called ‘Proving Shakespeare’ which takes place on Friday 26 April at 6.30pm (British Time). It’s been kindly sponsored by Cambridge University Press and the occasion for it is the publication of a new book, the cover of which illustrates this blog. I’ll be chairing […]

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Shakespeare Walks!

It is said that “when he walks,” Coriolanus “moves like an engine, and the ground shrinks”. I have always loved that apt figure of speech, describing a man so warrior-like that, when he treads the ground trembles. It is a ‘perambulatory detail’ that otherwise easily could be lost in a play with countless figures detailing […]

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A production of 'Hamlet' in memory of a dear friend, Lizz Ketterer

Ketterer’s Men: ‘Hamlet’

Mourning the death of Ophelia, Laertes pleads with the churlish priest for more to be done before she is laid in the earth. Twice he asks, “What ceremony else?”, hoping to gain mere moments with her lifeless body. In July of this year I was asked by my friend and colleague, Will Sharpe, to appear […]

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