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The Stuff of Dreams - Shakespeare on the Screen

Location: The Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, London - Click for map



22 June 2014

9.30 am - 1.00 pm

Film and Discussion

Twelfth Night (Trevor Nunn 1996, 134 mins)

The discussion will be opened by David Bell.  Discussant Emma Francis.

“This brand new year-long series will offer you the opportunity to watch and reflect upon twelve remarkable films of (or based on) Shakespeare works – tragedies, comedies and historical plays. The Bard’s extraordinary understanding of the complexities of the human mind, and his virtuosic way with words, will be explored by psychoanalysts familiar with his work as well as prominent actors, directors, and critics with an intimate knowledge of the Shakespearean world. As always, you will be warmly invited to take part in discussions which we anticipate will be stimulating and enriching. We look forward to seeing you there”.  Andrea Sabbadini, Chair of the Series

Individual Tickets::  £20.00 (Concessions for full time students and unwaged £15.00)

One Series of 4 films (save 10%): £72.00 (£54 students and unwaged )

All three series (save 20%) £192 (£144 students and unwaged)


Cheques made out to The Institute of Psychoanalysis should be sent to :

Shakespeare Films and Discussions, The Institute of Psychoanalysis, Byron House, 112A Shirland Road. London W9 2BT

Email Sophie Ivan at or telephone number 0207 563 5017.  Click here for online booking.

Further details at

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