‘All is True’ giveaway: You could win one of three DVDs!

All is True is now available on Digital Download and on DVD!

Directed by Kenneth Branagh (Henry V), the new British film about William Shakespeare is written by Upstart Crow creator Ben Elton.

All is True stars Branagh as Shakespeare, alongside Dame Judi Dench (Victoria & Abdul) as his wife and Sir Ian McKellen (The Lord of the Rings) as the Earl of Southampton.

The movie is released on DVD today and is available on Amazon here.

Released in cinemas earlier this yearAll is True explores the human story behind a dark and little known period in the life of William Shakespeare.

The official synopsis reads: “The year is 1613, Shakespeare is the greatest writer of the age. When his beloved Globe Theatre is burned to the ground, he decides to return to his home town of Stratford-upon-Avon. There he faces his neglected family.

“Still haunted by the death of his only son, Hamnet, he struggles to mend broken relationships with his wife, Anne (Judi Dench) and daughters.

“In so doing, he is ruthlessly forced to examine his own failings as an absent husband and father. In the search for peace, he must also finally confront the dark heart of his family’s secrets and lies.”

To celebrate the release, we’ve got three copies on DVD to give away!

For a chance to win, just send an email to win@britishperioddramas.com and tell us who plays Shakespeare’s wife Anne in All is True.

Entries must be received by midnight GMT on Wednesday 10th July 2019. Winners will be contacted by email and announced on this page shortly after.

Terms and conditions: Employees and contributors of BritishPeriodDramas.com and their families are not eligible to enter. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The prize may not be transferred to any other person. No cash alternative or alternative prize is available on entrant’s request, but in the event of the advertised competition prize being unavailable we reserve the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value. Entry in the competition implies acceptance of these rules.