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  1. Stephen
    Stephen 19 August, 2011 at 8:35 am |

    I’m afraid after all the years of seeing the Abbey Shakespeare productions, I may be somewhat biased, but even so, I agree completely. Thankfully, I’ve got to a point with Shakespeare where I don’t have to concentrate too much…the language just flows.

    And congratulations to your sons! I didn’t realise the link, but they did a great job and really added to the background interest.

    Also, it’s been lovely looking through your holiday photos…looks like you had a great time.

    See you next year!

  2. Ed
    Ed 19 August, 2011 at 11:21 am |

    Great review, thanks Matt!

    Factor of 10 error in the number of productions we’ve done though … One day, perhaps …

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