Alan O’Cain – The Tempest – a visual artist’s perspective

 

Event date: 13 October 2011

The Shakespeare Institute

Mason Croft, Church Street

Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6HP

 

Alan O’Cain

The Tempest – a visual artist’s perspective

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Introduction by Michael Dobson .

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talk:

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questions:

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accompanying images:

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