Shakespeare in Fez: All the medina’s a stage

4 03 2014
Behind the masks of their tools and crafts, the artisans of Fez personify life with all its trials and rewards. Shakespeare would have enjoyed living here, a man whose writing from over 400 years ago can still convey what our hearts want to say…
This is the first of a once weekly “Shakespeare in Fez moment” by Expose Artisanal Editor, Alice Barnsdale.
Hamlet:
If thou didst ever hold me in thy heart,
Absent thee from felicity awhile;
And in thy harsh world draw thy breath in pain.
To tell my story.
— Hamlet. William Shakespeare
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Photo by Holger Gross
Exposé Artisanal – bringing the artisans into centre stage, sharing their stories with the world, and turning up the volume on what makes Fez the city of the artisan.
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