Twelfth Night is one of my favourites too, although I have to say that I'm fairly over Shakespeare at this point. Oh who am I kidding? At this point I'm so starved of theatre experiences I'd go and see anything at all. I read this a few months back and got absolutely sucked in. It's really fun. I've just finished reading one of Alan Bennett's collections. I loved it so much. People see him as a cosy playwrite but he's anything but. He writes about all kinds of topics - family, cancer, royal honours. Some of it's lighter but can be dark too. It might help that I'm from Leeds too so know the places he writes about. As someone who's kept a journal since I was 19 and who writes about all kinds of personal topics his writing really resonates with me. Last year I was chatting to a guy and I was saying that I'm the most risk-averse person in the world and it's stopped me from fully exploring my sexuality and lo and behold, Bennett had written *exactly* the same thing in this book. It knocked me for six. But then I guess books can be like that sometimes, they just make you feel less alone.