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Inspired by Shakespeare's 400th anniversary we use his plays as a prompt to explore difficult emotions  and behaviour - from Othello we look at jealousy; from Hamlet we look at the need for revenge; and from The Taming Of The Shrew we look at couples who row. 
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Jealousy, rows, and revenge

Last weekend's 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death prompts this
month's theme.  Othello inspires us to look at better ways to deal with
jealousy; Hamlet to look at the desire for revenge; and The Taming
Of The Shrew to look at relationships with heated rows. 

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