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Richard III: Weeks 7 & 8

For week 7 I haven’t been able to work on this case study due to other module deadlines. For week 8 however, I have managed to get back on track. 227 more words

Richard III


Recently I was in Great Malvern and visited the priory church in the centre of town. It is known for its 15th century stained glass, including the West Window which was commissioned by Richard Duke of Gloucester and his wife Anne. 386 more words


Well, here it is…the first post for the brand new Fotheringhay and District Richard III Society group.  There’s lots going on in preparation for the official announcement of the group’s formation….meetings, social media pages, newsletters, blogs… Plenty to keep me and (hopefully) others pleasantly busy. 99 more words


Upcoming Project...

I am currently working with “The Green Room’ on a new project, where we are producing a short adaptation of a prominent monologue from Richard III by William Shakespeare

More information to come soon…

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Remains of Richard III

There was much excitement when in 2012 remains were found in a Leicester car park that were believed to be those of Richard III. It was then announced in February 2013 by the University of Leicester that DNA results and carbon dating had confirmed that these were indeed the King’s lost remains. 31 more words


Filming Projects

Whilst working on a few performances I am working on a few filming projects as well. Two have been completed.

I performed a dance piece with Fly Dance Company to ‘The Moment I Said It’ by Imogen Heap. 101 more words


Horrid Henry VI and Moody Margaret of Anjou

The Henry VI plays continue to be pushed aside as not Shakespeare’s (and not in a good way – that’s code for not Shakespeare = not good apparently.. 1,345 more words