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As part of Canterbury Shakespeare Festival 2024...

The Canterbury Shakespeare Festival welcomes you to a night of insightful and entertaining discussion on theatre, literature and the genius that defies time. Brought to you by a selection of experienced writers, directors and educators, CSF is back with a panel discussion on Shakespeare that will cover this year’s flagship production of The Wars Of The Roses, as well as exploring the writing and craft that bring the stories of Shakespeare’s world from dreams into life. So come on down to St Dunstan’s Church and enjoy the musings of some of the bards biggest fans.

This performance will be at St Dunstan’s Church, 80 London Rd, Canterbury CT2 8LSa

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Canterbury Shakespeare Festival 2024

Thu 25 July - Sat 17 August 2024
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