Tag Archives: Shakespeare

Otello Live from the ROH

Time has slipped away and sadly I have neglected the blog and for that I apologise. After the success of Wolf Works live via the cinema I wanted to see how the opera faired live via the big screen compared … Continue reading

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From Triumph To Disaster My Second Trip To The Globe

From one amazing experience last week, this weeks offering at the Globe and sadly The Taming o the Shrew did not even match the experience of last week. This modern take on Shrew although still set in Italy has the … Continue reading

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A twenty first century shake up of A Midsummers Night Dream

Taken before the show started L Brennan I think regular readers will acknowledge that I am not normally a fan of modern art or traditional art that has been messed with however every rule has an exception (like chocolate grows … Continue reading

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Review of Anthony & Cleopatra at the Globe 2014

Blimey I am sorry life has been a bit bumpy but I feel I have come through the other end now and hope to be more frequent blogger again! So in July (YES I KNOW) I treated myself to my annual … Continue reading

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Amazing April 23rd

Sorry about the time between posts, since I last posted I have had to say good bye to my trusty Acer Netbook of nearly 10 years. My new Acer lap top is slowly growing on me as I get to … Continue reading

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A magical Midsummers Dream in June

How is it that time of year again but Saturday was my annual trip to the Globe, it was tenth year and 11th Play. The best play I have seen there without a doubt was last years Richard III however … Continue reading

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A Very English Day: An English Bard & A Not So English Saint

So the 23rd of April is a very English day, firstly it’s William Shakespeare’s birthday as well as being St Georges day.   Unlike the Redgrave clan, I do believe that there was a play write called William Shakespeare who … Continue reading

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