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Salome at the National Theatre ***


National Theatre, 5th July 2017

Salome, much like Common also currently residing on the Olivier stage, has been given a bit of a pasting by the criterati. 531 more words


RSC 2017 Salomé - Review

Along with the Globe’s recent Romeo and Juliet, this is yet another production to add to the list: ‘Theatre Critics are Old and Need to Wake Up and Greet the 21st Century’. 765 more words

The Climax - Aubrey Beardsley 

“Hell hath no fury like a women scorned…” any man will know this. Notifiable women in history especially. There are not many women documented that didn’t have some bone to pick. 752 more words


Salome - National Theatre Live

Director Yael Farber brings a biblical tale to life in the National Theatre’s latest live broadcast. Despite a lack of emotional zeal, Salome is a gloriously aesthetic production. 638 more words


Theatre at the Movies - Salomé

Here is more evidence that my viewing choices are not mainstream… Above is the “crowd” just before the same-day “as live” broadcast of Yaël Farber’s… 975 more words