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Walk Of Fame Inductees - April 2016

To check the dubious reasoning behind these posts, check the original here:

https://carlosnightman.wordpress.com/2015/05/14/walk-of-fame-a-celebration-of-heroism/

In this new series of posts I’ll be selecting a Star at random from every decade (who was born in that decade) starting from the 1880s up until the 1990s to be interred in this land of magic and wonder, who will for ever more see their name set in stone far beyond the places where Gods dare to tread. 959 more words

Walk Of Fame

Rivka Galchen--new television, new television, new drama, new drama (Harper's, June 2015, September 2015, December 2015, March 2016)

SOUNDTRACK: HILARY HAHN-Tiny Desk Concert #169 (October 21, 2011).

Hilary Hahn is a violinist.  She looks to be about 12 (although she isn’t, but she did start playing when she was very young). 2,466 more words

Essays

Damien Molony joins Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart in 'NO MAN'S LAND'

Damien is returning to the stage!

Exciting news Molonians, Our favourite actor is soon to return to the stage in a masterpiece with master actors! 468 more words

Damien Molony

The Caretaker, 23 April, The Old Vic

The attraction to this production isn’t just that Harold Pinter’s play seems to be attract some very fine actors in all its adaptations, just look at its incredible production history over the… 399 more words

Reviews

Betrayal

8/40: A book set in Europe 

Betrayal (1978) Harold Pinter

Around a year ago was when I became aware of this play whilst I was in my second year of college. 421 more words

Books

The Caretaker

Enticed to Pinter again by the cast and director, and leaving the theatre glad I was. Matthew Warchus has done what Jamie Lloyd did with The Hothouse and The Homecoming – less reverence leading to a fresh look at the play. 273 more words

Theatre

'The Caretaker' (Old Vic) Review

After a few Old Vic productions that left me cold, The Caretaker has bucked the trend – a refreshed classic that earns its high-powered delivery. 432 more words

Theatre