Publication of the full text of Lady Mary Wroth’s play is especially welcome since it is now 400 years since Edward Denny attacked her for publishing ‘an Idle book’ which he claimed had damaged his reputation. Sadly, and ironically, the live performance of her play, recorded at Penshurst Place for free public release in 2018, is currently subject to exactly the same kind of male censorship. Latest news on the film will be uploaded to the Dramatizing Penshurst page
led by Professor Alison Findlay, has completed its first two runs. You can watch the trailer and find out when the next run will be by following the link here
In its current phase, Shakespeare and His Sisters on Site concentrates on two different venues: Lancaster Castle and Penshurst Place, Kent and is working with two collaborative partners: the Duchy of Lancaster and Penshurst Place.
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