The 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death is being marked by celebrations around the world, including in London, where he wrote his plays. Sarah Hemming, the FT's theatre critic, speaks to Dominic Dromgoole, outgoing artistic director of Shakespeare’s Globe, about why the playwright’s work has proved so influential around the world.

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