Gail-Nina Anderson

Gail-Nina Anderson


Falstaff with big wine jug and cup, Eduard von Gruetzner, 1896

A goodly portly man -

- his name is Falstaff. Anticipating a new interpretation coming to the Theatre Royal, Gail-Nina's illustrated lecture offers a chance to examine the character in relation not just to "Henry IV parts I and II" and "The Merry Wives of Windsor", but also to historical sources, popular culture, artistic representation, his off-stage death and his operatic incarnation.

Details on the Talks and Lectures page.

 




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