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Sheep – Named!

Many thanks to the literally hundreds some of you who entered our Name The Sheep competition. Quite a few raised a smile, some a frown of blank incomprehension. My favourite – the one that actually made me laugh audibly – … Continue reading

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Name the sheep competition

Win tickets to this year’s show. A pair of shiny tickets for any of our performances between the 15th and 25th of June can be won by giving a name to our sheep. Leave your choice of name in the … Continue reading

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Rehearsal Fun

Oliver de Bois – Played by Phil Mace – gets him comeuppance at the hands of Celia and Rosalind.

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Podcast 002 – 22nd April 2011

More news in audio format. You don’t even need to read – just press the play button. Click play below, or download for your mp3 player.

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Abbott & Costello, written by Shakespeare

I can’t make up my mind about this one. It’s certainly clever and well written, but does it add anything to the Abbott & Costello original? What do you think? Leave a comment below.

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Podcast 001 – 15th April 2011

Keep up to date with the latest news from The Kent Shakespeare Company in audio form! Interviews with the cast and crew, recordings from auditions and out-takes. Click play below, or download for your mp3 player.

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Shakespeare – good for the brain.

A scientist shows that some neurons fire late when listening to Shakespeare because he made up words (or something, I’ve not actually read it). This gets turned by the media into “one iambic pentameter a day will breed race of super Einsteins”. http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/4QmWfO/www.good.is/post/your-brain-on-shakespeare-how-the-bard-makes-you-smarter/?utm_source=supr … Continue reading

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Here we go again

We’ve been rehearsing for this year’s production (As You Like It – buy your tickets early!) for a month or so now, but this year we’ve been remarkably kind to the cast and booked indoor rehearsal space. This luxury is … Continue reading

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