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Meet the Cast - Becky Borland

1) What’s your name and where do you come from and who do you play?
I’m Becky Borland from London and I play Pistol and Scroop. 251 more words

Theatre

Meet the Cast - Rosanna Lambe

To coincide with the start of rehearsals for our all female production of Henry V at the Waterloo East Theatre, we wanted to introduce our cast. 325 more words

Theatre

For a Faction of the Price

One of the central problems in the Western Political Tradition is how to address the problem of factions, or, as James Madison defines them: “a number of citizens, whether amounting to a majority or a minority of the whole, who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion, or of interest, adversed to the rights of other citizens, or to the permanent and aggregate interests of the community.” ( 607 more words

Henry V

Tailors' Hall - living history

It is over three hundred years old, the oldest surviving Guild Hall in Dublin, and like a patient brought back to life after a near fatal illness, the Tailors’ Hall is thriving and looking great. 321 more words

Dublin

"HE DIED FOR HIS COUNTRY, BUT NO ONE NOTICED." Roland Vikre

For all intents and purposes, medieval warfare was a grueling, gruesome, dysentery provoking pastime for the common foot soldier. But for the mounted, more well-to-do, sometimes noble knight, it could be an opportunity to increase land holdings, do some social climbing, cash in on ransomed prisoners, and enjoy the genteel accoutrements of a pillaged village. 194 more words

Caron Vikre

Week 138: Agincourt

The theme selected for week one-thirty-eight of Operation Graphite will be: Agincourt.

In four days short a fortnight be the feast of St. Crispin. That it lands in the month of macabre is rightly so, for once a grave horror befell la francophonie. 118 more words

Operation Mission Briefing

Shakespeare At 450 Still A Celebrated Author

By Dr. Marciene Mattleman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Four-hundred fifty years since his birth and Shakespeare’s work continues to be exciting. 2014 has become known as the Year of the Bard. 142 more words

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