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Classical Music Stories: A Tale of Two Cities and a Mozart Symphony

Classical Music Stories is a series that connects music to your favorite books and characters. Since listening to classical music can be like hearing a story (albeit an abstract one), imagining specific stories that match the music can make it that much more fun and accessible! 548 more words

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Monday Morning Answers

Last Friday’s questions are here.  The answers follow today’s Honor Roll.

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FIve For Friday

Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens’ name is widely known by his remarkable classical English literatures. His epic story lines and brilliant characters are memorable. Dickens was born in Portsmouth, on 7 February 1812; he was the second child of eight from John and Elizabeth Dickens. 224 more words

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A Tale of Two Cities

Cited as one of the top 5 best selling books of all time, , Charles Dickens’, ‘A Tale of Two Cities‘ is a stand-out seller at over 200 million copies world wide. 1,054 more words

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A LITTLE CHAT WITH MATTHEW DUNSTER AND ONE UP FOR THE GLOBE

Well, Matthew Dunster redeemed himself for me last night, after his brutalization of Dickens at Regent’s Park Open Air, with his triumphant direction of Much Ado About Nothing at The Globe.  344 more words

JO AllAN PR, REGENT'S PARK OPEN AIR AND WHY THEATRES START TO HANG THEMSELVES!

If the terrible production of a Tale of Two Cities is anything to go by (review below), something is wrong at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.   720 more words

A FAIL OF TWO CITIES - REVIEW

It’s heart may be in the best of places, but it’s only that magical Open Air setting that just about saves Matthew Dunster’s adaptation of A Tale of Two Cities from being the worst of times.  1,338 more words