Shakespeare, his Wife and the Dog

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Shakespeare, his Wife and the Dog at Liverpool Playhouse, City Centre 27 September — 1 October 2016 Tickets from £12.00 — Book now

 

April 1616 – Shakespeare has returned to Stratford a rich and famous man but all’s not well.
Why is he so unhappy?
Why can’t he sleep? Why is his wife furious with him?
Who is Will waiting for and why can’t Anne find the dog?…
A sleepless night in Stratford

The secret, lies, resentments and passions of a marriage laid bare.

Shakespeare, his Wife and the Dog at Liverpool Playhouse, City Centre 27 September — 1 October 2016 Tickets from £12.00 Book now

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