Shakespeare, India and Me
Felicity Kendal, one of Britain's best-loved actresses, tells the story of India's long love affair with Shakespeare - from the first days of Empire, to Bollywood and beyond. Felicity, who spent her childhood criss-crossing the sub-continent with her parents' theatre company, Shakespeareana, travels to India's cities and villages, exploring how England's national dramatist became an iconic figure in a world far removed from the country of his birth.
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