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Monte hopes that audiences will respond to the theatricality of this and all the other productions this year.“Given the stress of daily life, we were seeking to give people great joy,” she said.
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Shakespeare (Abridged),” a farcical romp through the Bard’s canon.
In a similar vein is this year’s show: “William Shakespeare’s Long-Lost First Play (abridged),” a manic enterprise with three actors playing a horde of characters, Shakespearean and otherwise.
"I hope visitors to the exhibition will be thrilled to see the marvellous maps on show but will also learn more about both the usefulness and the limitations of different types of maps." As well as historic maps, the exhibition features a number of more unusual maps including one charting the smells that waft over modern day Edinburgh.
There is also a design of Scotland where place names have been replaced by phrases revealing the original meaning of these names and the first ever map to show population density across the UK.
“I read the play in one sitting and fell in love with it,” she said. In a way, it’s about hope.”Romance of a different sort abounds in “As You Like It,” which Monte characterized as one of Shakespeare’s greatest comedies. “It’s just a beautiful play.”In contrast to the frothy comedy of “As You Like It” is the tragedy of “Romeo and Juliet.” Monte pointed out that the Shakespeare Theatre has not staged the tale of the Montagues and the Capulets in a decade, and she felt the time was right to revisit it.
The free entry exhibition goes through five locations from Edinburgh to Scotland, onto Great Britain, Europe and, finally, the world.THE oldest known map of Scotland is set to go on display at as part of a new exhibition at the National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh.The first ever printed map of 'Scotia' was issued in Venice by Paolo Forlani in 1560 and is inspired by 1546 map of England by cleric George Lily.The You are Here: A journey through maps exhibition will run from July 22- April 3 next year at the National Library of Scotland on George IV Bridge in Edinburgh.Take a look at historic sites and places of interest you must visit in Scotland.
(Don’t be surprised to see a certain red-haired mermaid.)“If people thought ‘Complete Works’ was crazy, this leaves it in the dust,” said Monte with a laugh.