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Faith through the eyes of a poet

On Thursday I went to the first performance in England of what was called a ‘fantasia’ by Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, who can clearly add playwright to his incredible list of talents. ‘Shakeshafte’ is a play imagining … Continue reading

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Shakeshafte

Last night (Thursday 3rd November 2016) I went to the first performance in England of what was called a ‘fantasia’ by Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury.  ‘Shakeshafte’ is a play imagining William Shakespeare’s lost years between school and … Continue reading

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William Shakespeare 400: A Prayer

  On the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare on 23rd April 1616, a prayer which follows the Seven Ages in ‘As you like it’. There is also a reference to the text on his gravestone in Holy … Continue reading

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