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Review: Hamnet at the Peacock/Abbey - Dublin Theatre Festival

Hamnet, as the play’s programme informs us, is just one letter away from greatness. It’s a predicament that haunts the play’s central character, Hamnet Shakespeare, who is based on the real-life son of William Shakespeare. 783 more words

Play Time: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead is a classic contemporary play by Tom Stoppard, which follows Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, two minor characters, courtiers in Hamlet, as they are called to the palace to find out what’s wrong with the Prince, and then sent to deliver a message to the king of England. 1,346 more words

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Fratricide

A task from the King!

Play’s the thing
Catch the conscience
Of the King

And his bride!

Spend your time
For a while
For hope’s supply… 695 more words

Harry Potter and the Bard

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BY BILLY SUTER

THE high-definition film of the London National Theatre production of Tom Stoppard’s acclaimed comedy, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, teaming… 750 more words

Cinema

it didn't have to be obscene

No enigma…no dignity, nothing classical or poetic…only this.

Lately I’m researching expressionism for my work. The turn of the twentieth century saw some of the most incredible advances in the arts, sciences and technologies.

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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead: the metatheatrical masterpiece brought to life

To be perfectly honest, when I saw that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead was on at the Old Vic and I had the opportunity to get tickets, I was motivated to accept the tickets due to a combination of my inner Shakespeare fangirl and my love for Daniel Radcliffe without any knowledge of the play itself. 376 more words

Old Vic 2017 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead - Review

There must have been a moment, at the beginning, where we could have said – no. But somehow we missed it.

NT Live is a wonderful thing.

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