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Merchant of Venice: Act 3, Scene 1.


If you prick us, do we not bleed? If you tickle us, do we not laugh? If you poison us, do we not die? And if you wrong us, shall we not revenge? 18 more words

Sherlock next stop Shylock?

It is not uncommon to see articles referring to how difficult it is for an actor to transition from the popular culture media to the classical – perhaps never more so when the summit to be reached is to produce a sublime performance of a classic Shakespearean character, whether that be a Macbeth, a Hamlet, or perhaps a Shylock. 523 more words

Benedict Cumberbatch

Shylock at the Edmonton Fringe Festival


Garneau Theatre August 14 – 23

An interview with John D. Huston. 

Describe your show in five words.

It asks: is art dangerous?

Okay, now that we’re intrigued… what’s the longer description? 377 more words

What's On?

The Merchant of Venice? #RSCMerchant

Merchant of Venice?
Wasn’t he Steve or Dennis?
Leastways a menace!

Hemlock! No? Sherlock?
I will have to Google it;
Shylock – as I thought. 31 more words


Theatre, talks, Bloomsday - and a bit of music.

A busy fortnight. Last week, William Dalrymple at Pitt Rivers, talking about the last of the Moghuls. Great evening. I may well become a friend of PR! 149 more words

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The Merchant of Venice

Last night I went to see The Merchant of Venice at the Globe Theatre in London, I had bought the tickets for my Dad’s birthday at the reasonable price of £12 each! 980 more words


The Merchant of Venice – The Globe

This year the Globe has titled their summer season as ‘Justice  & Mercy’: a theme which explores the flaws and fortes of the judicial system against individual, moral judgement throughout Shakespeare’s plays. 690 more words