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The Tempest, Donmar at King's Cross

Philydia Lloyd’s production of The Tempest concludes the all-female trilogy, which will see Julius Caesar and Henry V return to Donmar’s temporary venue at King’s Cross Theatre. 402 more words

Reviews

Vinegar Girl: Book Review

“Beware against the sweet person, for sugar has no nutrition”

Rating: 1.5/5

I had such high expectations for this book; good reviews combined with that beautiful cover and the memory of how successfully it can be retold, I went into it with high hopes. 448 more words

Literature

Drawing: Kathryn Hunter as Richard III

The brilliant British actress Kathryn Hunter was born Aikaterini Hadjipateras in New York to Greek parents fifty-nine years ago and raised in England where she trained at RADA. 241 more words

Drawing

Africa's Theater of War - By Edward Wilson-Lee September 2016

Shakespeare and Nation Building on the Continent

 

A young woman lies on the ground, dressed as a boy to keep her safe in a time of war. 344 more words

Point Of Interest

If after every tempest come such calms, may the winds blow till they have wakened death.

Poem

Well Desserted

That chocolate sonnet of mine that Parody published last month just appeared on their blog. Check it out!

Poetry