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wonder.land / Visions of Alice

The National Theatre released this podcast last week (it took me a little while to get to it).

Recorded on January 29, Nicolette Jones chairs this talk with  89 more words


My favourite moments of Hamlet

On the 15th of October 2015, I went to see the live broadcast of Hamlet. The director was Lindsey Turner and it was broadcasted from the Barbican Theatre in London. 938 more words


Review: War Horse (New London Theatre, London)

What’s it all about?

One man and his dog is so last century; now, it’s all about one man and his horse. This is the story of Albert, a young farm boy, who befriends a horse named Joey after his father has a moment of compulsive shopping disorder down the market and buys a horse instead of a cow. 973 more words


Black and White Wednesdays: London from the National Theatre

  Taken after seeing Wonder.land at the National Theatre today. (Taken on phone and edited in Lightroom)

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Ma Rainey's Black Bottom: pulsing with power struggles, tensions and stop-start blues

Showing at the National Theatre until 18th May 2016

I had strong incentive not to like this play. The 1920s American jazz infused storyline is charged with a repellent sadness for me at the moment which almost had me going home at the interval.

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Plan Your Menu, Write a Poem

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so plan your special menu and write a poem.

National Theatre Restaurant


For a girlfriend:

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THEATRE REVIEW: wonder.land featuring music by Damon Albarn

WORTH A LOOK?: **1/2

WHERE: National Theatre

WHEN: 30/1, running to 30/4

A teenage audience member’s face turns sour as she is covered in liquid by a baby doll which appears to be throwing up over the front row at this musical co-written by Blur’s Damon Albarn. 292 more words