NAMING THE VIEW shines a light on coercive control through Shakespeare’s original play The Taming of the Shrew. In the late 16th century misogynistic, self-centred bullying was considered manly and amusing, unless, of course, Shakespeare was being ironic ….
We all like to think such behaviour would be unacceptable in the 21st century but we also know that isn’t the case …#METOO
We are delighted to welcome back Finding the Will to the park in 2024!
NAMING THE VIEW is riven with humour and hope : Stage Talk Magazine
NAMING THE VIEW is funny, sad, life-affirming and sure to make people think : Helen Walmsley-Johnson/The Guardian
June 18, 2024
Feed the Mind Campaign
Please consider a donation to our Feed the Mind campaign, supporting our donation to Penzance Foodbank of family tickets to every event in our season. Just because you may be struggling doesn’t mean you should be denied access to culture as well.
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