Monthly Archives: September 2015

THE MIDDLESEX SHAXBERD

The lion’s share of Shakespeare’s working life took place not in Warwickshire or Southwark, but north of the Thames in Shoreditch and the City. He is known to lived in Holywell Lane, Shoreditch; St Helen’s, Bishopsgate; Silver Street, Cripplegate; and … Continue reading

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STRATFORD PLACE

Stratford Place is a lesser known but key street in the imagination of William Blake. It is a street that goes vertically north of Oxford Street (as visible in the photo above), a continuation of the bifurcated Davies Street and … Continue reading

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LETTER TO MARLOWE SOCIETY

Dear Michael McEvoy / Marlowe Society Firstly, thanks for publishing my essay on Anti-Stratfordianism in issue 43 of the Marlowe Society Newsletter, which was submitted by my friend, the actor Chris Tranchell. The outraged comments on it in the subsequent … Continue reading

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