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van Hove’s Dutch Shakespeare and BSL: On disability, language, awkwardness, and accessibility in the arts

On Friday I watched a monologue of mine performed entirely in sign. On Sunday I watched six hours of Shakespeare performed entirely in Dutch. I am spending a year writing with disabled theatre company Graeae as part of Write to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Globe Measure for Measure

Saw the Globe’s production of Measure for Measure (inside the candlelit Playhouse) last night. My favourite Shakespeare play, but I’ve never seen it done quite like this. This is the first production I’ve seen (and I’ve seen a lot) that … Continue reading

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