Study Day – Shakespeare , The Comedy of Errors (1594) & The Winter’s Tale (1611)
April 24 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
The tribulations of those boys from Syracuse become the excuse for riotous comedy, whereas the fevered imaginings of the King of Sicilia have tragic consequences. Nevertheless, although these two plays come at opposite ends of Shakespeare’s career, they share one intriguing factor that is to be found nowhere else amongst his plays. Join us to find out what it is!
To attend this event, please book directly with organisers Dr Pamela Mason & Keith Parsons at firstname.lastname@example.org
£21 non-members. £20 for BMI Members