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Fabler Shakespeare Readers in Cardiff: Edward III

April 6, 2011

Fabler Shakespeare Readers is a community arts engagement project devised and facilitated by Adam Timms.

In 2007, a small group of individuals commenced reading the complete works of Shakespeare above a cafe in Canton, Cardiff. In 2008 the group moved to Chapter arts centre, its current home, and the popularity of the group grew enormously. We regularly involved groups of around 20-30 individuals from the local community – theatre-goers, Shakespeare fans, academics, newcomers, actors, directors, writers – all are welcome! In December 2010 we will complete the first cycle of Shakespeare’s sole-authored works, with out reading of The Tempest. 2011 will see the launch of Fabler Theatre Company and our next phase of readings!”

Next reading:   Edward III

Available on Amazon: Follow this link.

Alternatively, you can print it off from this site, although it will use a lot of ink!

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/1770/pg1770.html

Sunday, April 10th, 2011 ,6.30pm, Media Point, Chapter, Cardiff. (Cost: £3 on the door)

Chapter Arts Centre, Market Road, Canton, Cardiff
http://www.chapter.org

For more information about Fabler projects click here.

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