The Good, the Bard and the UglySusie Donkin
A funny, modern take on Shakespeare's best-known plays from the Bafta-winning Horrible Histories writer
Imogen thinks she knows what Shakespeare's most famous plays are all about. Everyone does, right?
Star-crossed lovers. Naughty Greeks getting up to mischief in the woods. Scottish kings losing their minds. Young men with daddy issues. Dads who just need some positive affirmation from their daughters*. (*Okay, that's maybe putting it a bit mildly)
But when Imogen brings 14 amateur actors together to perform one of the Bard's great works in a bid to save their local community centre, it becomes apparent that she - or anyone who reads this book for that matter - will never see Shakespeare's greatest works in the same light again . . .
Hardback (Text (eye-readable)) 192pp h200mm x w132mm x s18mm 258g