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Exeunt Magazine: On the poster boy of embodied difference, Richard III

Exeunt magazine feature:

Kaite O’Reilly writes on creating a witty, feminist, alternative disability perspective on “that veritable poster-boy of embodied difference, Shakespeare’s Richard III.” Original article… 1,207 more words

On Writing

Mary, Queen of Scots (1971)

The historical drama focusing on British kings and queens was a popular genre in the 1960s, beginning with Becket (1964), and including A Man for All Seasons (1966) and The Lion in Winter (1968). 62 more words

Film Reviews

Hopscotch

Starring Walter Matthau, Glenda Jackson, Sam Waterson and Ned Beatty, Hopscotch (1980) entertains with wry, sometimes corny humor and a clever cat and mouse plot. Matthau plays Kendig, a top CIA operative who bugs the big boss and plays by his own rules. 234 more words

Hopscotch

Starring Walter Matthau, Glenda Jackson, Sam Waterson and Ned Beatty, Hopscotch (1980) entertains with wry, sometimes corny humor and a clever cat and mouse plot. Matthau plays Kendig, a top CIA operative who bugs the big boss and plays by his own rules. 234 more words

Expat Life

#163 Hopscotch (1980)

#163 Hopscotch

1980 // USA // Ronald Neame

Criterion Collection (LINK)

Hopscotch is the parody of espionage film, the comic essence of the ugly reality of the intelligence agency of the so-called “global police,” and above all a political satire that is as relevant today as it had been forty years ago. 307 more words

Criterion Collection

Cotton Panic!

Upper Campfield Market

Created by Jane Horrocks Nick Vivian and Wrangler

The old Victorian market space works perfectly as a space for a gig or for an immersive theatre piece. 390 more words

Large Theatres