Play Reading (Shakespeare)


Activity

Where and when

We meet in the afternoon of the second Wednesday of the month in the Bowden Room.

Other information

If you are interested in Shakespeare's plays why not come and join us, new members are very welcome.

Contact details

Phyllis Lord 01858 431744


News

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Play Reading (Shakespeare) – April meeting

On 12th April we exceptionally meet at Lubenham.  We hope this will be the only occasion to do so, but we will soon finish reading Cymbeline and then start watching the DVD.  Do please contact me if you would like any information on our group.  Phyllis Lord.

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Play Reading (Shakespeare) – February & March meetings

We started to read ‘Cymbeline, King of Britain’ at our meeting on the 8th February in the Bowden Room.  Our guide ‘Shakespeare in a Nutshell’ tells us it’s a comedy which has ‘a besieged Princess, a subtle villain and a fiendish queen, a banished lover and a bedroom scene’.  Sounds fun!  If you’d like to […]

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Play Reading (Shakespeare) – September meeting

Our next meeting will be on 10th September when we will start to read Pericles, Prince of Tyre.  This is a new play to us.  We will have two extra copies if you have not got one.  We meet in the Bowden Room as usual – newcomers most welcome!  Phyllis Lord.

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Play Reading (Shakespeare) – August meeting

The subject on Wednesday, August 10th, is Pericles, Prince of Tyre.  New to most of us, it is listed as a comedy.  I will bring my ‘Shakespeare in a Nutshell’ to give us a brief understanding.  If you are interested, do come along: newcomers are always welcome!  Phyllis Lord.

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Play Reading (Shakespeare) – July meeting

We will finish watching the DVD of King John at our meeting on Wednesday 13th July, and we will choose a new play.  We have a few ideas there, then we will start to read.  If you are interested in Shakespeare, why not join us?  We have a spare copy of his plays if you […]

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Play Reading (Shakespeare)

No one can have escaped the fact that this year we are celebrating the four hundredth anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, on 23rd April 1616.  This is the perfect time to join us, to read some of his plays, to speak his words and to watch them performed.  At our next meeting on […]