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Review: Measure for Measure – Lyceum, Edinburgh

First published in The Times, Thursday August 18 2016

Two Stars

Of all Shakespeare’s problem plays, Measure for Measure is the one that leaves the sourest taste in the mouth. 377 more words

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LondonLife - Tranquil waters of the Barbican...

Inside the Barbican Estate residential development in the City of London. The Brutalist, Grade II listed, complex was developed in the 1960s and 1970s in an area which had been devastated in the bombing of World War II. 19 more words


BWW Interview: Maria Aberg

The director discusses her production of Doctor Faustus for the RSC, coming to the Barbican this autumn.

Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here


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Museum and tourist attraction shops are always full of great gifts, homeware and amazing design, and the shop at… 132 more words



While thinking of more places in London to write posts about, I suddenly remember about Barbican, where I’ve only been once to see the Hamlet performance with Benedict Cumberbatch at the Barbican Centre. 882 more words


Shakespeare In The Secret Garden

‘Have you ever fallen in love with someone you shouldn’t have fallen in love with?’

The cast of Barbican Theatre’s Romeo & Juliet ask the audience this question as they walk onto the stage, in a beautiful harmonic version of Buzzcocks’ classic tune. 375 more words


Barbican Theatre hosts Open Air Production of Romeo & Juliet

“Do you remember your first love? Was it to die for?” 

Photo Credit: Gemma Ward Photography.

This summer, Barbican Theatre will be hosting their enchanted open air production of  544 more words