Episode 41: DieverFirst aired: Thursday, 3 September 2015 at 17.32 hours
There are hundreds of villages in the northern provinces and all of them are worth to come under the spotlight. Not only are the villages worth but also the northern cities. Who will Roos talk to? Today we are in the town of Diever, the village where Shakespeare Lives!
Diever is an esdorp located in Southwest Drenthe and bordering the National Park Wold. Diever is best known for the outdoor performances of Shakespeare Theater Diever.
We are visiting the theater in which the theater has its own costume group. This group, consisting of about 30 women from Diever and surroundings, manufactures led by costume designer Margot van der Kamp costumes for all players.
The 'costume group has its own workshop at the Shakespeare House, where one day come together in the week. There, not only pay attention to the costumes, but also to all wear necklaces, belts, belts, leggings, jewelry and other colorful glitter splendor.
Also, we are at the start of the Fietsvierdaagse in Diever. We show how Drenthe for the 50th time in state character of the bike. The four-days has a royal touch, a specific participant, namely King Willem-Alexander on the first day made a lap with his bike.