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Golem, Young Vic

It’s easier, as the popular phrase has it, to imagine the end of the world than it is to imagine the end of capitalism. Perhaps the same now goes for the little glowing rectangles permanently glued to our palms, feeding us an endless diet of information and advertising. 633 more words

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5 Stars for 1927's Golem at the Young Vic

The reviews are in for 1927’s Golem. Read below to find out what the critics think and click here to see the amazing audience response so far. 124 more words

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Iron Cobra

@newbiedm: looking for a 5e equivalent of the iron cobra.” Giant poisonous snake with golem resistances and immunities?

— Christopher Perkins (@ChrisPerkinsDnD) December 16, 2014

London Theater Review: 'Golem' at the Young Vic

The U.K. theater company 1927 has a knack for prescience. The troupe’s last show, “The Animals and the Children Took to the Streets,” preempted the London riots. 495 more words

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GOLEM Young Vic SE1

ANIMATED, ANIMATING, ADMIRABLE, ADORABLE   

Let’s be honest. It’s nearly Christmas. You could flinch at the thought of staggering in after a day of guilty shopping to face a show – fresh from the Salzburg Festival, based on Jewish and Czech folklore as satirically used in a 1914 novel by Gustav Meyrink – excoriating a “politically impotent generation” in an industrialized 21c democracy hooked on the “heroin of market-driven popular culture”. 601 more words

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The Golem and the Jinni

I don’t know about this one. There was a lot that I liked, but there was also a lot that I didn’t like.

The Golem and the Jinni… 332 more words

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