Switching on my computer, I discover that — out there on the interwebs! — it’s
#ShakespeareSunday once again…
No, I don’t know who decides this, or even what it really amounts to, in practical terms. But I don’t have any objection: people waving a flag for a creator whose work they value is always fine by me. If you like it, shout about it. (And if you don’t like it, shut up about it and go and find something you do like…)
Meanwhile, over in some other corner of the online world, a person working for Welsh National Opera decides that the thing to do is to fire up WNO’s Twitter account … in order to send out an informative
#ShakespeareSunday message about one interesting difference between the Macbeth of the play and the Macbeth known to history.
What could possibly go wrong…?
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