Lloyd Evans Lloyd Evans

A Shakespeare play at the Globe whose best features have nothing to do with Shakespeare

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Several costumes seem to have been made out of Liquorice Allsorts glued to strips of fabric: Midsummer Night's Dream at Shakespeare's Globe. Image: Tristram Kenton

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