St George’s day and Shakespeare in Swallowfield and Farley Hill

Last night at the Farley  Equestrian Centre we had a St George’s Day and Shakespeare evening.


I spoke about ideas of England, and how Shakespeare wrote about our country, to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. I will be running the text as blogs tomorrow and Sunday. The first is about England and the second about Shakespeare.


I am grateful to the organisers for laying on an excellent evening meal and  decorating the Centre with English flags for the occasion.

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