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HENRY VIII play at TRUI TEATRE.

It is a pleasure to inform you about the amazing version of Henry VIII by the Madrid-based Rakatá. Don’t miss out this stunning version!

Here’s the plot:  Henry’s abandonment of Catherine of Aragon after 20 years of marriage in favour of a younger model, Anne Boleyn, infuriated the Spanish in 1533; this superb production, performed in Castilian Spanish, felt like a reframing of the story from the Spanish side, even if the action never strayed from the English court.

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For more information click on the following links:

http://www.truiteatre.es/es/p259/enrique-viii.html
http://www.guardian.co.uk/stage/2012/may/31/henry-viii-review-globe-to-globe
http://www.fundacionsiglodeoro.org/teatro/enrique-viii/

Lecture Series – “Education Matters II” – Shakespeare – Talamh.

We would like to share the pictures from our last lecture serie “Shakespeare. Idiomatic contibution to English language” by James Miele and Michael Carrol. Also, we would like to share the video from the concert that Talamh Celtic Folk Music Band performed after the lecture that night.

Lecture Series – “Education Matters II” – Shakespeare, Idiomatic Contribution to English Language and much more…

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Click on the image above to download the poster/invitation as pdf format.

THIS EVENT IS TOTALLY FREE, SO PLEASE DONT’ MISS THIS OUT!!!!!