Love’s Sacrifice is a Jacobean play by John Ford, dating from around 1633, and currently playing at the Swan Theatre in Stratford. It is one of Ford’s three surviving solo tragedies, the others being… 264 more words
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The Merchant of Venice, Act 1, Scene 3
Despite my deep and enduring love for Shakespeare, before The Jew of Malta at the… 714 more words
Yesterday I went to see Measure for Measure by Cheek By Jowl at Oxford Playhouse. It was the second time I’d seen the production, having caught the live screening from the Barbican last Wednesday. 1,426 more words
“I am lead lined. I am tungsten”.
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Last time I saw Oppenheimer was the last performance in the Swan Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon. This was on the Swan’s thrust stage and when I left the theatre, the stage was covered in chalk and daffodils.
Christopher Marlowe’s controversial career was abruptly curtailed when he was stabbed to death at the age of 29. His reputation as the greatest of the pre-Shakespearean dramatists rests on just seven plays written in the late 1580s and early 1590s. 52 more words