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"I write for those who like to go beneath the outward appearance of things and see beyond the literal; who
value academic rigour but recognise the role of subtext, and context, when assessing evidence. We must
be free to make up our own minds about what and who to believe, but it is in the silences, the spaces
in-between, in the raised eyebrow, the second look, that meaning is conveyed. Hence my passion for theatre.
The art of the spoken and the unspoken word."
"The True Story of the Lonely Wife, an Orkney novella and other short stories" Newly published fiction. (Aug 2020)
"Rocks and Hard Places: ghost stories, love stories and short fiction" Previously published and new short fiction. (Jan 2020)
"Elsinore. Hamlet, History Hidden in Plain Sight" Shakespeare's play. Compelling new evidence. (2019)
“Thou Art Alive! A professional’s guide to playing Shakespeare his way” i.e. with limited or non-existent rehearsal. (With access to an online resource for which this book was specially commissioned.) (2017)
To push beyond what we are taught, to uncover altogether different truths, takes confidence, training and experience, but it starts with vision.
What started as a hunch about a radical rethink produced startling results. Was the truth about a four hundred year old story simply forgotten? Or was it suppressed? Rethinking history, judge for yourself.
A natural eye for a story. An ear for the rhythm and pulse of the right phrase. The right word in the right place. An innate sense of balance, style and content. In her writing of non-fiction, new insights or previously unconnected findings are backed up by patient and painstaking research and academic rigour.
In her fiction, there's that ringing bell of truth.
In her acting and performing its the same: Joy. Truth. Authenticity. Believability.
Eliza Langland is a member of...
Elsinore: Hamlet, Hidden in Plain Sight
Why did Shakespeare write Hamlet?
Where is Elsinore?
Who wrote Hamlet's book?
Did Shakespeare use Mary, Queen of Scots?
Truths about the world's most famous play we've not seen all this
time? Ask for an extract direct from the author. Browse the 'Look Inside' pages on Amazon. Judge for yourself before you buy.
Thou Art Alive!: A professional's guide to playing Shakespeare his way
A ‘how-to’ instruction book on the method Shakespeare and his actors used to stage his plays
when rehearsal time was scant to non-existent. This brief but detailed book gives guidance on
how to use parts and cues for yourself, letting see and feel how it worked - and still works today.