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Mini-review - Nice Fish - Harold Pinter Theater

Obviously with Mark Rylance being such a genius and all, it’s “miss it at your peril” whenever he decides to hit the stage again. So I bought… 419 more words

Theatre Review: No Man’s Land at the Wyndham Theatre

4 out of 5 stars

I will say up front that I left the theatre utterly confused about what the point of the play was, thus I have only given it 4 stars overall. 306 more words

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Situation development

I recently came upon a poem Death by Harold Pinter which apart from being brilliant in its own own right is also, in my opinion, an excellent framework for developing plot. 75 more words


No man's land

A few years back these two lovely gentlemen performed Waiting for Godot in London’s West End. Since I had planned a trip to London just before the play started and because it only had a short run, I have been regretting the fact that I hadn’t seen them together on stage. 578 more words


No Man's Land @ Wyndham's Theatre

Another late review of a show I also saw back in September… oops! Better late than never, though, right?

No Man’s Land is a play by Harold Pinter that, if I’m honest, still don’t know what it actually is about. 254 more words


Doctor Faustus- Kit Harrington

So I know this play’s season is finished but I just had to talk about it as it was a fabulous production and you never know it may come back? 330 more words

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Alistair’s “Random Rambles” (31)

By Kathy Martin…

Written September 2014

This week I would like to express my admiration and appreciation to the Egyptian negotiation team that brought about an open-ended ceasefire between the Israelis and Hamas Palestinians living (well, thanks to Israel’s aggressive policies, recently merely existing,) in the Gaza Strip. 1,428 more words

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