About the author:
Born in Cowdenbeath, Fife, Scotland in 1958, Andrew grew up near Glasgow. He graduated from university, at twenty, after a four year Honours course. The final two years were spent solely reading literature, with Shakespeare a full paper in his own right. Inevitably, Shakespeare’s work has remained an abiding interest ever since.
Links to online reviews and articles:
Feste at the Festival: The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival - Sarah-Jane Tollan explores the popularity & artistry of the annual festival as it enters its 28th year
Cambridge writer pens new book celebrating city’s annual Shakespeare festival - "Penned by Andrew Muir, Shakespeare in Cambridge: A Celebration of the Shakespeare Festival takes a look at the playwright's connections to the city, in addition to exploring the development of the festival."
The Shakespeare Blog - "If you need some encouragement to think about outdoor Shakespeare, you might like to try Andrew Muir’s delightful studyof the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare in Cambridge. It makes a refreshing change from some of the rather dry academic studies of Shakespeare on stage."
Radio Interview from Cambridge 105fm:
Studio Interview from Cambridge TV: