An English classic in the Arab world: Shakespeare play gets Palestinian twist
On a London stage, Shakespeare's literary classic Henry V is set in modern-day Palestine and portrays the contemporary aspirations of Arabs to shape a brighter future. The UK’s most prominent Palestinian dance theatre troupe, Al-Zaytouna, adapts the Shakespearean classic with a contemporary twist for two performances on 9 and 10 November at the Pentland Theatre.
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