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All very true, Steve, but in my day we loved having to trek for Shakespeare.  I think about the great impromptu performances of Coriolanus on Birchley Street car park by ordinary folks burning with love for the Bard and I wonder whether we've made it too easy with King Lear on the tele and Hamlet on Radio 4. Huh! You can even fetch up Henry IV Part One on the internet. I'm not saying as folks are going soft, but it does make you wonder. As our Arthur used to muse "the play's the thing!".  Onwards! Tops.

 

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