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Coriolanus


Coriolanus (2011)
★★ / ★★★★

In the midst of a food crisis in Rome, Caius Martius (Ralph Fiennes), a general assigned by the government to protect a grain storage, is branded by the people as the enemy. 568 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

William Shakespeare at the beach in honour of the people of Christchurch.....and a plaque that explains more

Those of you who have been reading my blog for some time will remember my posts( here, here, here and here) about the brick-work installations along the sea walls at Plimmerton Beach. 92 more words

Poem of the Past: Coriolanus

I have really neglected these posts for the past few months. I don’t have the excuse of saying I hardly have time to write or paint, but that’s summer life really, always filling the day with work and play. 318 more words

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Actually Maybe Fans Are Just Enjoying Martin Freeman’s Richard 3rd?

Last week saw Martin Freeman take to the stage as Richard 3rd and in-between the mixed reviews another story started to emerge of fangirls ruining the show with shock horror, applause and standing ovations (I know how dare they clap and stand up in a theatre, what is the world coming to). 709 more words

Tom Hiddleston

Much Ado About Nothing- Hamlet's Castle - Kronborg

As the titel suggests, Kronborg is a castle in Elsinore, Denmark that was used in Shakespeare’s play; Hamlet.

Therefore during Shakespeare Festival; 1st - 10th August 2014… 115 more words

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A review of Donmar Warehouse's production of Coriolanus

O mother, mother!
What have you done?
(Coriolanus, 5.3)

I caught a National Theatre Live screening of Coriolanus the other night, and I can’t get it out of my head.

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Helen on "The Crucible," Acting & Meeting Richard: "Shattering . . . Towering . . . Chill"

Dearest Helen (Wydville) aka my RA Fairy Godmother from London  (I have several of you scattered around the world and bless you all!) got to see our fellow this weekend in… 1,388 more words

Richard Armitage