Saturday, 7th May 2016
Chipping Campden School

Free to full-time students Doors open 10am
Students All Day Coffee Bar

Stanley Wells and Paul Edmondson discuss their coedited book: Richard Burbage, Ben Jonson and Thomas Middleton are freshly considered; and little-known but relevant lives are brought to the fore. Chair Peter J Smith. Of The Shakespeare Circle James Shapiro, Columbia University writes: “Wonderfully conceived and executed, and drawing on the expertise of some of the finest literary historians at work today.”
Stanley Wells CBE FRSL is Honorary President at The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and the General Editor of the OUP and Penguin editions of Shakespeare. Editor of Shakespeare Survey for almost twenty years, he is co-editor of The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage and The New Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare. His many books include Shakespeare: For All TimeShakespeare & Co, Shakespeare, Sex, and Love and Great Shakespeare Actors. @stanley_wells
Paul Edmondson, Head of Research at The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, has authored and coedited numerous articles and books on Shakespeare, including Shakespeare’s Sonnets (with Stanley Wells) and The Shakespeare Handbooks: Twelfth Night @Paul_Edmondson
Peter J Smith, reader in Renaissance literature at Nottingham Trent University and a trustee of the British Shakespeare Association, is the author of Between Two Stools and Social Shakespeare. He has published recently on Othello on screen and Derek Jarman’s film version of The Tempest.

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