A new play combines Shakespeare language for a contemporary tale of bereavement

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A new play combines Shakespeare language for a contemporary tale of bereavement

After losing her mother, Lowri Amies felt inspired by the language of plays like Hamlet to create the show Words, Words, Words.

The one-woman production, starring Amies, had a successful run at the King's Head Theatrei Islington, but is now transferring to the West End.

She spoke to London Live's Luke Blackall about the production.

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