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Titus Andronicus

Often labelled as ‘Shakespeare’s bloodiest play’, Titus Andronicus has been reimagined by the Time Zone Theatre Company and is partway through a run at the Rose Playhouse, Bankside. 601 mais palavras

All For Your Delight, Part Two

The road followed by the A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Play For The Nation project  has been a long and winding one – OMG: Another cliché alert..next he’ll be doing the one about the roller coaster of emotions. 181 mais palavras

A Play For The Nation

All is Ripeness : Ripeness is All. Pt. 1

Nottinghamshire v Somerset, Trent Bridge, County Championship, 18th July 2016 (Day 2)

Edgar : “What, in ill thoughts again? Men must endure

Their going hence, even as their coming hither: 1.203 mais palavras


Midsummer - Kingsmen Shakespeare Company

Midsummer Night’s Dream is not one of my favorite plays.  I tend towards the tragedies anyway, and in the productions or films I’ve seen of this play I usually find the tradesman player group tedious and the woods stuff uneven.  365 mais palavras


Tales From The Nursery – Part Forty One

Red sky at night

Where would the British be without their weather?

The sheer variability of the climate, rarely the same one day after the next and often a combination of rain, wind and sun all in one day, provides us with an inexhaustible subject for conversation. 514 mais palavras


DAILY QUOTE 07.22.16

“All things are ready, if our minds be so.”

– William Shakespeare


All For Your Delight, Part 1

A picture is said to paint a thousand words…OMG cliché alert! However clichés, by their very nature, contain grains of truth and so it is in this case. 149 mais palavras

A Play For The Nation