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Review: The Massacre at Paris

by Rachel Edwards

The Massacre at Paris, Christopher Marlowe’s last play written just months before his death, returns to where it was first performed, the Rose Theatre on Bankside, for an impressive production of a subpar play.   476 more words

shower me with hate

Masters of love will tkake the time to write. We will rise above tha night. And we cannot be heard to glow iwhtout a frighetening time of sorrlow.  38 more words

Belated Reviews: The Massacre at Paris and King Lear

In the last couple of weeks, I saw two productions within a short distance of each other, both geographically and in terms of the time between my visits. 777 more words

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Ariana DiLorenzo Portrait

Whilst on a Soundcloud binge the other night I came across this striking portrait on the profile for the track Ariana & The Rose – In Your Bed (Oliver Nelson Remix) 47 more words


On Pub-Going - The Rose and Crown in Ratley

I push open the heavy oak door to The Rose, and I’m instantly hit with the roar of Friday-night conversation. The air rushing out to greet me smells of good wine gravy and old pub, and I pause for a moment, blinking at the crowd. 1,448 more words

On Village Life

Ariana & The Rose - In Your Bed (Oliver Nelson Remix) [Preview]

Just because I’m in your bed doesn’t mean I’m yours

Locked in the studio with Sweden’s Oliver Nelson, its easy to imagine becoming overcome with Stockholm syndrome.

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