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Outdoor Theatre at Shaw's Corner

Can there be anything more perfect than relaxing in a beautiful garden, a glass of something tempting in your hand on a lovely summer evening as you watch a play that sparkles with wit? 313 more words

George Bernard Shaw

More work with the National Trust

The New Hardy Players performed their ‘Woodland Words’ presentation, devised by Tim Laycock, for the second time since the opening of the new visitor centre, close to Hardy’s birthplace, on May 2nd at the request of the National Trust. 112 more words

NHP Performs for St George

Fordington, on the outskirts of Dorchester, puts on a Fair to celebrate St George’s day each year, and this year invited the New Hardy Players to participate. 124 more words


April 19 - Set Building Starts

We have been trying out the construction of the set for “The Return of the Native” with the stage management team Mike Lofthouse and Andrew Munro at Max Gate. 48 more words


Review - The Tempest - Shakespeare in the Port


One of 3 main productions in Shakespeare in the Port, The Tempest directed by Aska Leung is a 60-minute short but interesting physical theatre piece. 605 more words

Hong Kong

Hahoe Byeolsingut Talnori: A Traditional Masked Drama

Hahoe village in Andong City (described in the previous post) is famous for preserving its traditional drama featuring masks, known as ‘byeolsingut talnori’.

The original purpose of the masked drama was to serve as a shamanic rite to appease the god Seonangsin. 297 more words

Mostly Photos

Summer sun, something’s begun But, uh oh, those summer nights (Well-a, well-a, well-a, uh!)


We have our summer rituals. Newspapers carrying pictures of girls at Glastonbury in muddy wellies. The declaration of undying love by a ludicrously remunerated footballer for his current employer and supporters, followed by his transfer to a club willing to pay him even more – “always been my dream to join the team I supported as a boy”/ “realising my life long ambition to play in front of the world’s most passionate and knowledgeable fans”. 1,615 more words

East Sussex