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C is for Current State of Doctor Who

Please do bear with me, I’m experimenting with lost and forgotten leftover ideas from my slightly more official though still entirely unpaid writerly activities (get me, I’m an intern). 292 more words

When the hurly-burly is done...

On St. Patrick’s Day 2013 I found myself watching Shakespeare’s ”Much Ado About Nothing“, the film version with Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branagh. It was a Sunday. 1,491 more words

Theatre

Arrow - Heir to the Demon

ARROW – Wednesday July 23rd at 8pm on CW50 – ALEX KINGSTON AND KATRINA LAW (“SPARTACUS”) GUEST STAR — As Laurel (Katie Cassidy) continues to unravel, Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Lance (Paul Blackthorne) try to convince Sara (guest star Caity Lotz) to stay in Starling City and finally reunite with Laurel and Dinah (guest star Alex Kingston). 55 more words

Shows

"Macbeth" with Alex Kingston and Kenneth Branagh

How do you even begin to review a show led by the man who is currently known as the greatest living Shakespearean actor, co-led by your favorite actress, and choreographed by Rob Ashford, Mr. 4,954 more words

Alex Kingston

New Doctor Who Series 8 Trailer

As I’ve mentioned previously I’m currently having a few issues with Peter Capaldi as the Doctor due to Matt Smith being a huge act to follow (even if you are an Oscar winner) and that awful Christmas episode which has to rank as the worst episodes of… 393 more words

BBC

Chasing shadows 2014 trailer / Movies


Chasing Shadows is a thrilling, new four-part ITV’s drama that’s going to be aired later this year, which follows the work of a missing persons field unit charged with tracking down serial killers who prey on impressionable and vulnerable people. 26 more words

Dan-Marius

It was a Dark and Stormy Night...

I really enjoy Theatre. I think it can be fun or thought-provoking, funny or sad, but mostly enjoyable. It’s a good evening out with friends (real or imaginary) and an opportunity to capture that moment when THIS performance is being created and pushed out into the Aether, captured only by the eyes and minds of those present, never to be seen in the exact same way again. 603 more words

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