SHAKESPEARE IN ATHENS: MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM AND TWO NOBLE KINSMEN

Explore unexpected depths in Shakespeare’s early comedy, Midsummer’s Night’s Dream, with lovers, fairies, amateur actors and transformations. Compare his final play, the tragi-comedy Two Noble Kinsmen, co-written with John Fletcher, which also starts with the wedding of Theseus and Hippolyta and revisits themes of love, rivalry and madness from across the Bard’s career. Clare Smout 

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