Some of the literary world’s best-known stories of loss and tortured grief are found in Shakespeare’s plays. Who better to delve into the subject than Andrew Hilton, founder of ‘Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory’. From The Comedy of Errors to Troilus and Cressida, from Romeo and Juliet to Hamlet, King Lear and The Winter’s Tale, grief flows through Shakespeare’s finest work.
Join Andrew and an actor from his company to explore Grief in Shakespeare, a Lewis Fry Memorial Lecture.
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