What did Italy mean to Shakespeare?

A talk by Charlotte Moore

Charlotte Moore read English at St Anne’s College, Oxford, and taught the subject in schools for several years before becoming a full time author and journalist. She has published four novels, four historical books for children,”George & Sam”-a memoir of life with her autistic sons, and “Hancox: A House and a Family”-a social and family history. Most recently, she edited a poetry anthology, “The Magic Hour”, based on the poetry study afternoons she hosts at her home in East Sussex. She gives live talks at festivals and conferences, and hosts regular on-line seminars, on poetry and on Shakespeare, via Zoom.


At the Fringe this year…

  • What did Italy mean to Shakespeare?

    Charlotte Moore read English at St Anne’s College, Oxford, and taught the subject in schools for several years before becoming a full time author and…

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  • Why Shakespeare?

    Andrew Matthews is a children’s writer who is best known for his Shakespeare Stories, which have been translated and published in many countries. He was…

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  • Post Mortem

    Post Mortem was a winning entry in PSF’s Monologues and More writing competition in 2020, and was produced as a short film in that year.…

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  • Salty

    Salty was performed as a companion piece to the RSC’s 2018 tour of Romeo & Juliet and tells the story of Rosaline, Romeo’s initial love…

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  • Play Your Part

    Introduce your children to the magical world of open-air theatre with an action packed drama activity to remember. Storytelling games, stage fighting and the chance…

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