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For Victor Hugo; ‘all forms of the multiple reality; actions and ideas; man and humanity’ can be found in Shakespeare. Perhaps this is the reason why; over 400 years after his death; we continue to study; perform; and re-read his plays in search of truths about ourselves and the world. Should we think of Shakespeare as a philosopher? Can reading him philosophically add to our understanding of his work; or is it simply another way of trying to contain this ‘myriad-minded’ (Coleridge) thinker?

Old Theatre
Old Building
Houghton Street