The COVID lockdown hit Britain just days before this production was to open and put the company’s entire operations on hold; the show was set to start again last autumn when a second lockdown had to be imposed. Now, by heaven, they’re doing it, at least for broadcast on BBC Four. “What’s curious is that, if you were looking for a drama that distills the emotions so many of us have been through in the past year, it would be hard to find a better candidate than The Winter’s Tale.” – The Guardian

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