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Royal Court's The Ferryman: Feminism, Irishness and Nostalgia.

Royal Court’s The Ferryman – Feminism, Irishness and Nostalgia.

by Gus Subero for #frontmezzjunkiesUK

It’s hard not to feel that Jez Butterworth’s new play becomes more poignant by the day, as British history seems to repeat itself and we continue to approach what seems to be a tumultuous Brexit for Northern Ireland. 687 more words


American Beauty

“Always searching for the better choice of locale and lifestyle, this restless quality of the American character also threatened tranquility of mind, undermined stability in communities, and gave rise to the possibility of the perpetually unsatiated soul…” – Patrick J. 1,123 more words


London Theatre, 'The Ferryman' Directed by Sam Mendes

Enjoying my week in Oxford and London, UK just before Christmas, I was happy to see the town in fancy dress, perhaps even more so than New York City. 3,128 more words

Theater Review: World

Revolutionary Road (2008)

Duration 1h 59m Rating (UK) 15 Source of story A 1961 novel of the same name by Richard Yates Writers/Script Justin Haythe Additional Info 196 more words

American Beauty (1999) Review

“My name is Lester Burnham. This is my neighborhood; this is my street; this is my life. I am 42 years old; in less than a year I will be dead. 1,249 more words


Recap of Skyfall, SPECTRE director announcements

The past sometimes is prologue. Sometimes, not. But here are details when the director was officially announced for the past two 007 films, Skyfall and SPECTRE. 201 more words

James Bond Films

NEWS: New Casting Announced for The Ferryman

The new casting has been confirmed as it is also announced that  Jez Butterworth’s play extends its run for a third time at the Gielgud Theatre.  361 more words