Centenary event

A dramatic re-enactment was held at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine on 11 August to commemorate the centenary of the opening of the Shakespeare Hut.  The event included a re-enactment of the opening ceremony and a celebration of women performing Shakespeare, using professional actors and volunteers from the School and the wider Camden community.

Photos from the event

Actors perform in the re-enactment of the opening of the Shakespeare Hut in 1916.
Actors perform in the re-enactment of the opening of the Shakespeare Hut in 1916

Actors perform in the re-enactment of the opening of the Shakespeare Hut in 1916.
Actors perform in the re-enactment of the opening of the Shakespeare Hut in 1916

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Actors, staff and volunteers prepare for the celebration of the centenary of the opening of the Shakespeare Hut.

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The New Zealand High Commissioner, Sir Lockwood Smith, signs the visitor book at the Shakespeare Hut installation with London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Deputy Director, Professor Anne Mills.

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The New Zealand High Commissioner, Sir Lockwood Smith with London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Deputy Director, Professor Anne Mills, and one of the actors.

 

Credit (all photos): London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

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