About The Lost Plays; About Les Visible


The Lost Plays of Shakespeare comprises 12 Soliloquies drawn from five plays. Those Plays are:

Arthur Pendragon (2 Soliloquies)
Grand Duke of Castille (4 Soliloquies)
Philosopher King (3 Soliloquies)
Galileo (2 Soliloquies)
Henry the King (1 Soliloquy)


Click the play titles within the grid below to read extracts from all twelve of the lost soliloquies:

(further reading below the grid)

The Lost Plays of Shakespeare
Soliloquy - Arthur Pendragon Act II, Scene I - The Lost Plays of Shakespeare Soliloquy - Arthur Pendragon Act IV, Scene V - The Lost Plays of Shakespeare Soliloquy - The Grand Duke of Castille Act I, Scene III - The Lost Plays of Shakespeare
Soliloquy - The Grand Duke of Castille Act II, Scene IV - The Lost Plays of Shakespeare Soliloquy - The Grand Duke of Castille Act III, Scene VII - The Lost Plays of Shakespeare Soliloquy - The Grand Duke of Castille Act IV, Scene VIII - The Lost Plays of Shakespeare
Soliloquy - The Philosopher King Act III, Scene II - The Lost Plays of Shakespeare Soliloquy - The Philosopher King Act III, Scene IV - The Lost Plays of Shakespeare Soliloquy - The Philosopher King Act IV Scene II - The Lost Plays of Shakespeare
Soliloquy - Galileo Act IV, Scene V - The Lost Plays of Shakespeare Soliloquy - Galileo Act IV, Scene VI - The Lost Plays of Shakespeare Soliloquy - Henry The King Act II, Scene VI - The Lost Plays of Shakespeare


Each link in the grid above will take the reader to a page where they can evaluate a segment from one Soliloquy. Decide for yourself if the prose on offer is worthy of Shakespeare - or not - and please feel free to contact us with any feedback you might wish to give.


These Soliloquies were entrusted to a Mr Les Visible by a mysterious stranger during a brief night-time encounter in an unnamed graveyard (fuller details of this encounter can be found in the Ebook, The Lost Plays of Shakespeare; Soliloquy Extracts).


Visible, who lives in Europe, is some kind of Renaissance Man, being as he is responsible for a prolific output of artistic renderings in various media.


He is a lover of God, a performing singer/songwriter, a poet (in his own right), a standup comedian, a radio personality, a novelist, and a contributor to various blogs- “read around the world” under the guise of "Dog Poet Transmitting" (this appellation came about due to Visible's resonance with the Sirius Cluster). His blogs include:


Cultural: Reflections in a Petri Dish
Socio-Political: Smoking Mirrors
Metaphysical: Visible Origami


Vis is also a metaphysician, a theater actor, a student of the martial arts, a practitioner of Shiatsu and other body working techniques, a psychedelic voyager - and an occasional visitor to the inner kingdom where he hangs out (when permitted to) with his invisible friends. There is a great deal more that can be listed and was listed but Visible says, “this is already embarrassing and more than enough”.


Mr Visible has no idea if he has been the victim of some elaborate hoax and is now publishing the Soliloquies that they might finally be authenticated - or debunked - through being made available to a wider audience. His hope is that the audience will include the budding Shakespearean actor through to the world's foremost authorities on the subject.


The soliloquies within this book make for fascinating reading - but it is a slim volume, and the image below is for illustration only.

'The Lost Plays of Shakespeare'

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Shakespeare image used is a rendering of
the public domain, copyright expired
Cobbe Portrait.

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