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St Crispin's Day

ALTHOUGH stricken by the RCs, the Bishop of Rome hath no jurisdiction in this realm of England, and the feast of Crispin, Martyr, is a black-letter day in the Book of Common Prayer. Long may it remain.


Sir William Walton and Sir Laurence Olivier

Considering his vast success in the genre, it is often surprising to think that Sir William Walton initially approached film music with grumbles about cheap musical tricks and resigned financial pragmatism. 152 more words

Composer Focus

Operation: Agincourt

Week one-thirty-eight of Operation Graphite – theme: Agincourt.

This Saturday is the Feast of Saint Crispin, and if it were not for Shakespeare, that day would likely be as forgettable as the Feast of Castor of Tarsus. 136 more words

Operation After Action Report

Henry V week one

Over the next few weeks we shall be guiding you through our top secret rehearsal room in out rehearsal room blog. Leading the blog are assistant Directors, Ben Rogers and Camila Robinson and actor Louise Good field. 517 more words


Meet the Cast - Louise Goodfield

1) What’s your name and where do you come from and who do you play?
My name is Louise Goodfield and I am originally from Surrey. 295 more words


Henry V

After a lot of modern theatre, I felt the urge to have a look at the theatre classic: Shakespeare. In Sydney’s Opera House, a modern adaptation of Henry V is running till November, 16th. 431 more words


Meet the Cast - Catherine Thorncombe

1) What’s your name and where do you come from and who do you play?
My name is Catherine Thorncombe, originally from Dorset. I play Catherine of Valois – the French princess, and Montjoy – the French messenger. 201 more words