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Win Two Tickets to Shakespeare’s World

Lightbox Literary Festival - Win Two Tickets to Shakespeare’s World

Competition Ends: 10/04/2017

Bonkers for the Bard? This is the competition for you. We’re giving away two tickets to Shakespeare’s World at the Lightbox Literary Festival.
 
Shakespeare’s World is an amazing live talk by Edward Wilson-Lee, noted author of Shakespeare in Swahililand. The renowned writer will explain the legacy of the playwright’s work overseas and share stories of how the English icon found a new home with the people of Africa. The event begins at 2pm on Sunday 23 April – the 401st anniversary of Shakespeare’s death!
 
Shakespeare’s World comes as part of the Lightbox Literary Festival, four days of amazing book-related events taking place in The Lightbox, Woking. The festival has activities for all ages and tastes, and is an unrivalled opportunity to learn about your favourite authors, past and present.
 
Win two tickets to Shakespeare’s World at the Lightbox Literary Festival, 2pm on Sunday 23 April. For more information, please see the Lightbox Literary Festival’s website.

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