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Quote of the day, Nov. 25

William Shakespeare, from As You Like It

All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players:
They have their exits and their entrances; 9 more words


Blow, blow, thou winter wind

As usual on a Sunday evening we dropped by the pub to meet our friends, but they were obviously doing something else tonight so it was just the two of us – and the others in the other bar. 344 more words


As you like it.

Have you ever lived your life as you liked? Are there any sacrifices you made worth mentioning in your career?  Did you feel happy when you let go off your likes and interests to make others happy. 202 more words


As You Like it

National Theatre


Certain theatres carry with them certain expectations. The National Theatre, to me, will always have the childhood thrill which is the due of the scene of some my earliest theatre-going days (The Wind in the Willows, and the excitement of a revolving stage) and due to ever-fresh joy of walking over the Hungerford Bridge to the Southbank. 726 more words


Shakespeare: Our Contemporary?

The culture: ‘Measure for Measure’, Young Vic; ‘As You Like It’, National Theatre; ‘Henry V’, Barbican

The cheap seats: restricted side view at the Young Vic (a nice, safe distance from all those sex dolls), £5 central front row seats at the National so I could enjoy a particularly beautiful Orlando, £5 RSC Key tickets at the Barbican – my sweet spot seat (M22, Stalls). 954 more words


THEATRE REVIEW: As You Like It starring Rosalie Craig, Joe Bannister, Mark Benton & Patsy Ferran


WHERE: National Theatre

WHEN: 11/11 (matinee), runs to 5/3/16

The unforgettable stage transformation from 21st century office to Forest of Arden is our abiding memory from this playful production by Polly Findlay. 167 more words


All The World's a Stage


A famous quote that has circulated around the internet, “All the world’s a stage” is from William Shakespeare’s comedy, As You Like It. The speaker, Jacques, expresses that everyone on earth has a role to play and that many of us have different roles and wear different masks in one lifetime. 247 more words