Bridge Theatre, 11 April
I’d love to think that, after turning in his grave a time or two, the bard might have rather enjoyed this performance. 325 more words
I have a lot of thoughts about this production – mainly about how damned exciting the theatre can be when a bunch of talented actors and stage professionals get together with the deliberate intention of rabble-rousing, and when they have the extraordinary flexibility of a new theatre at their disposal. 1,090 more words
William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar (Director: Nicholas Hytner, Br/dge Theatre)
Memory is a curious thing.
I’d wanted to see Ben Wishaw in Julius Caesar, even though I regarded it as a dull play, but I assumed that by the time I got round to booking the tickets, sat in my parents’ living room with Dad shortly before Christmas, I’d be too late. 953 more words
I love a good Shakespeare play. I have seen many, but I do tend to stick to the ones that I know and love. I’m slowly working my way through new ones to me – and I think the last ones for me to tackle are the historical ones, mainly because I am aware that they are going to be harder-going. 330 more words