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MANGA SHAKESPEARE


An exhibition of artwork from the original manga adaptations of The Tempest, Richard III and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, published by independent graphic novel and manga publisher SelfMadeHero, downstairs at Bodhi, London’s first manga café and visual arts gallery. Paul Gravett discusses the UK Manga revolution at The Times Online.

Where: Bodhi, Manga Café & Gallery, 214 Brick Lane, London
When: October 20 to November 3, 2007

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