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Review – Coriolanus, Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 21st September 2017

Big plays and small plays, Shakespeare wrote them all. Even though it’s big in stature, Macbeth, for example, is small in size, at only 2,086 lines – little… 1,451 more words

Chris Sparkle

Civil class war: Coriolanus, RSC

Coriolanus doesn’t often hit the modern stage: its plot, a hymn to the necessary evil of educated patrician privilege in order to provide for the politically fickle, unthinking plebeian multitude, doesn’t sit at all well with modern political correctness. 534 more words

Theatre

CORIOLANUS RSC, Stratford Upon Avon

CHARLOTTE VALORI FINDS CLASS CIVIL WAR AT THE RSC

Coriolanus doesn’t often hit the modern stage: its plot, a hymn to the necessary evil of educated patrician privilege in order to provide for the politically fickle, unthinking plebeian multitude, doesn’t sit at all well with modern political correctness. 528 more words

Three Mice

French Naval Team Conduct 26 Helicopter Rescue Missions in Caribbean. Credit - FORCESFRANCAISES via Storyful

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National

Coriolanus ★★★★★

“I say unto you, what he hath done famously he did it to that end. Though soft-conscienced men can be content to say it was for his country, he did it to please his mother and to be partly proud, which he is, even till the altitude of his virtue.” 573 more words

Review

What's in a Name?

A few weeks ago, Shakespeare was in the news. Well, not Shakespeare. Shakespear. 256 more words

Shakespeare

Coriolanus – National Theatre Live

NYU Skirball opened its doors, leading people from the streets of New York City to the theatre of London for a screening of the stage play… 645 more words

Jaime Pond