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The Hiddlestoner Condition ;)

Well, hello there friends! Today, we explore the wondrous mindset of certain Marvel fans. Fans of one man in particular, and the interesting reactions they have to this man. 480 more words



Coriolanus, written by William Shakespeare in 1608, is the tragic story of the Roman General Caius Marcius Coriolanus. The story is one of a brilliant general who, after his greatest victory, takes up a career in politics. 1,264 more words

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Would you have me false to my nature?

“Why did you wish me milder? Would you have me false to my nature? Rather say I play the man I am.”

-Coriolanus, William Shakespeare. 950 more words

Tom Crowned Best Actor at ES Awards!

Huge congratulations go to TOM HIDDLESTON who won the award for Best Actor at Sunday’s 60th Annual London Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2014 ceremony, for his leading role in Josie Rourke’s powerful Donmar Warehouse production of… 54 more words


‘Thou Art My Warrior’: Questions of Alliegance and Power in Coriolanus and Homeland

Cabined, cribbed, confined

Am I. These four walls chatter

With gun shots and lost brides

Widowed in Corioles

Weeping in time for tea.

Something happened over there. 3,307 more words


London Evening Standard Award brings back memories

The recent news of Tom Hiddleston being nominated for a London Evening Standard award brought back fond memories of my time in London over the New Year. 548 more words

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Daily Shakespeare: Coriolanus-The Capitol: Cominius

(Act 2, Scene 2)

I shall lack voice: the deeds of Coriolanus
Should not be utter’d feebly. It is held
That valour is the chiefest virtue, and… 322 more words