Tag Archives: self

Hamlet in a Nutshell

Hamlet, the Danish Prince we all seem to know a little about. The enigmatic figure we love to try and understand, whether you think he is a sullen teenager who should get ¬†over himself or a lost soul who needs love and comfort, Hamlet is a character who endures in our imaginations. It has been […]

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A question of identity

  Who was Shakespeare? And what does he mean to us now? This week we have a group of high school children visiting us from Lakeside School in the USA. We also have students from Tennessee and Georgetown universities and adults from Chesterfield spending time at the Shakespeare Centre this week. Meanwhile a visiting graduate […]

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