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Thinking about Venezuela

by Philip Roddis, from Steel City Scribblings

One reason Maduro is despised by the opposition is he refuses to follow the neoliberal economic prescription of austerity, privatization, deregulation, etc.

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Hamlet comes to BBC Two

We are delighted to learn of the planned screening of Robert Icke’s Hamlet on BBC Two in 2018. As huge fans of Robert Icke‘s work and of this production, the screening – commissioned by Patrick Holland (Controller, BBC Two) and Emma Cahusac (Commissioning Editor) – gets two thumbs up from all of us at Oberon HQ. 260 more words

The Caretaker Rehearsal Diary - Week 1

Rehearsals have begun for our Autumn Season centrepiece, The Caretaker. Here, Assistant Director Chino Odimba gives us our first behind-the-scenes look at this blistering Pinter classic. 485 more words

“Betrayal.”

By: Harold Pinter
Directed by: Greg Homan
Featuring: Antony Coleman, Carly Graeme, Tom Fairfoot, José Domingos
Produced by: Daphne Kuhn
17 June 2017, 18:00
Auto & General Theatre on the Square, Johannesburg… 1,106 more words

Providence's Wilbury Group Acquires Permanent Space

A new announcement by The Wilbury Theatre Group, an adventurous theatre company based in Providence, RI, details the move to a permanent home along the west side of the city. 166 more words

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Lit rec #213: "He might not come. He might just send a message. He doesn't always come." (1957)

Two hitmen waiting for their next assignment. Ur-language to be studied thousands of years from now. THE DUMB WAITER by Harold Pinter

Review: The Caretaker, Old Vic

This review was originally published on A Younger Theatre. Click here to view it

Matthew Warchus’s new production of The Caretaker at the Old Vic theatre sees Harold Pinter’s tragicomedy performed with an impressive set, humorous gusto and a cast including Timothy Spall from  732 more words

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