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FBS: Shakespeare, aka Sir Francis Bacon – Sir Mark Rylance and Gary Cordice


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This is a new Forum on SirBacon.org. The What's New page has been around since the early days of SirBacon and there are years of Baconian history in the section. 

Sometimes what we add to the What's New is based on what we discuss here. But there are times when we post something new that we might want to discuss here and have not. 

Today we added a video by The Francis Bacon Society:

FBS: Shakespeare, aka Sir Francis Bacon - Sir Mark Rylance and Gary Cordice (sirbacon.org)

 

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On 4/17/2023 at 1:23 AM, Rob at 007 said:

This is a new Forum on SirBacon.org. The What's New page has been around since the early days of SirBacon and there are years of Baconian history in the section. 

Sometimes what we add to the What's New is based on what we discuss here. But there are times when we post something new that we might want to discuss here and have not. 

Today we added a video by The Francis Bacon Society:

FBS: Shakespeare, aka Sir Francis Bacon - Sir Mark Rylance and Gary Cordice (sirbacon.org)

 

I’ve only just come across this video. I was intending to be there and was sad to miss it. I’m blown away by what Gary Cordice was saying.IMG_2967.jpeg.a698152d28af11838ccb25645521a8a9.jpeg His delivery was mesmerising. I did a tweet about it, but just for new and future visitors to this topic, if you are daunted by the length of it, be sure to watch from 33 mins for around 10 mins. Fabulous!

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