Check out the new essay in The Behn Legacy section: this week we look at two key female playwrights at either end of the 1700s; Susannah Centlivre and Elizabeth Inchbald. I hope you will be inspired to read some of their work, which has some surprisingly modern elements. I read A Bold Stroke for a Wife by Centlivre and Lovers’ Vows by Inchbald.
- Looking forward to reading #AllChangePlease by @LucyKerbel on my travels next week. @NickHernBooks https://t.co/Ge9nWdlYVH 2 weeks ago
- This is where I saw my first play! How it has changed... twitter.com/tommozzer/stat… 3 weeks ago
- Highly recommended: Atypical Plays for Atypical Actors by @kaiteoreilly bit.ly/2lY8ES0 from @OberonBooks 3 weeks ago
- Whose up for #28playslater from @SpaceArtsCentre? bit.ly/2hQC5EU 2 months ago
- Got some new plays for the shelf! Will put them up in the New Year! 2 months ago
What we said, then…