Category Archives: King Lear

“Oh reason not the need.”

In 1603, another plague year in London, William Shakespeare took his players on a tour. The Chamberlain’s men visited Bath, Rochester and came here, to Dover. Was this the time that he wrote, or at least visualized, King Lear? That … Continue reading

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Late King Lear Weather Hits Kent

April 28, Saturday. (Bloomberg) A magnitude 4.3 earthquake struck Kent, a region southeast of London known as “the Garden of England”,in the worst tremor in the area since 1580, the British Geological Survey said. Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks! … Continue reading

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