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KPMG stages event

Shakespeare
TS is more convinced than ever that inside every accountant lies a burning desire to burst forth into song and soliloquy.
This long-held conviction was cemented when we found out about KPMG’s debut stage production taking place this week, with its version of the bard’s Much Ado About Nothing.
Some speculate about which partners fancy themselves feisty enough to step into the hose of Benedick of Padua.
Is there a partner fair enough to play the virtuous hero? TS has often wondered why firms would tread the boards via such a society. Why not a rowing club, or a fencing group?
Perhaps it is to satisfy the inner stage lustings of those who otherwise meander through their lives in dull grey suits.

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