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Exhibition held in London for 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death

Saturday marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. He was aged 52 when he passed away in 1616. A new exhibition in London is focusing on some of the key performances of “the Bard’s” best-known works. The exhibition has been dubbed “Shakespeare in Ten Acts”, and opened at London’s British Library. Highlights include the only surviving manuscript written in Shakespeare’s handwriting, and a poetry-inscribed human skull used in a Hamlet performance in 1899.

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