Forced Entertainment: COMPLETE WORKS: TABLE TOP SHAKESPEARE: AT HOME

Our friends at Forced Entertainment are re-staging their audacious project performing every one of Shakespeare's plays using household objects from their own kitchen tables over 9 weeks #CompleteWorksatHome Watch live or catch-up after for FREE here: https://www.forcedentertainment.com/projects/complete-works-table-top-shakespeare-at-home/

A salt and pepper pot for the king and queen. A vase for the prince. A matchbox for the servant. A toilet roll tube for the Innkeeper. A water bottle for the messenger. A kitchen table for a stage.

Forced Entertainment’s audacious project to tell each of Shakespeare’s 36 plays with a single performer, a collection of household objects, and a table top is restaged in this unique ‘at home’ edition webcast over nine weeks from the performers' homes directly to yours.

Full details, performance schedule links to where you can watch live or catch-up afterward here: https://www.forcedentertainment.com/projects/complete-works-table-top-shakespeare-at-home/

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Webcast live until 15 November 2020, available to watch on catch-up until 30 November 2020
 
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