Cardiff MEMORI Lecture: 28 November

November 25, 2013

MEMORI LOGOMedieval & Early Modern Research Initiative

(Cardiff University)

“Sad Stories of the death of kings: Monarchy, Government and Shakespeare’s Histories on Television, 1957-1965”

John Wyver (University of Westminster)

Thursday, 28 November 2013

5.15pm, Room 2.03

Find out more here.


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  1. […] the death of kings: Monarchy, Government and Shakespeare’s Histories on Television, 1957-1965″. Full information is available here. This will include both An Age of Kings and the RSC’s Wars of the Roses trilogy, both […]

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