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A  cotton book bag for Shakespeare's Globe. The bag is midnight blue with mid-length matching handles. Printed on the bag in white is a design consisting of a white circle (to represent the full moon) surrounded by stylised white leaves and stars. Across the face of the moon is a quote from Shakespeare play, A Midsummer Night's Dream (What fools these mortals be!) in midnight blue. The lettering is slim capitals.
Reverse of a midnight blue bag from Shakespeare's Globe.
A  cotton book bag for Shakespeare's Globe. The bag is midnight blue with mid-length matching handles. Printed on the bag in white is a design consisting of a white circle (to represent the full moon) surrounded by stylised white leaves and stars. Across the face of the moon is a quote from Shakespeare play, A Midsummer Night's Dream (What fools these mortals be!) in midnight blue. The lettering is slim capitals.
A Midsummer Night's Dream Bag (What Fools)

A Midsummer Night's Dream Bag (What Fools)

Regular price £12.00 Sale

"Lord, what fools these mortals be!"

Inspired by the moon peaking through the nighttime leaves of the Fairyland forest, this handy cotton bag is great for carrying books, scrolls, lanterns, magic love potions, fairy dust or small dogs (and plenty more too.)

Our bags are printed in Wales from strong, hard wearing cotton and have medium length handles making it ideal for carrying by hand or over your shoulder.

Our printer has Soil Association accreditation, so we can be sure that any dye waste is disposed of without harming the environment.

Every purchase you make supports the work of Shakespeare's Globe. Thank you!

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Details

Materials: 100% cotton.

Size: Approx. 420 mm x 350 mm

Care instructions: Machine wash with similar colours. Iron on reverse

Exclusive to the Globe Shop. Made in the UK

Delivery

UK delivery within 3 – 6 working days

Outside the UK delivery within 5 – 12 working days

Quote

Spoken by Puck in act 3, scene 2 of A Midsummer Night's Dream