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"In the course of justice, none of us/ Should see salvation"

The Merchant of Venice, Act 4, Scene 1

William Shakespeare

I’ve found it quite difficult to put into words my feelings about the Young Vic… 648 more words

Review

Bitesize Chekhov at The Courtyard Theatre

My review of this entertaining reworking of three Chekhov plays is over at The Metropolist.

It’s on at Hoxton’s Courtyard Theatre till 11 July – recommended!

Articles

Wonder.land - a new musical

The fourth Manchester International Festival starts today, and as always there was something in the programme of events that caught my eye. Earlier in the week I went to one of the preview nights of… 389 more words

Books, Films & Theatre

Review of @ScenaMundi Edward II by Guest Reviewer @Terry_Ea "Direction, acting, location are Perfect!" ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Terry Eastham (@Terry_Ea) guest reviews Edward II and awards ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Now I’m no republican, but the problem with a hereditary monarchy is that you never really know who you will get ruling you. 708 more words

Theatre Reviews

Review: Love's Labour's Lost – Botanic Gardens, Glasgow

First published in The Times, Tuesday June 30 2015

Three Stars

Love’s Labour’s Lost is one of Shakespeare’s earliest comedies and its dizzying verbosity and baggy middle section does suggest a playwright still finding his fleet feet. 406 more words

Theatre Reviews

King's Road Aims High, Falls Short

By Patrick Hurley

Self discovery can come at any age. Off The King’s Road, playing now through August 2 at the Odyssey Theatre tackles the issue of loneliness and isolation; two unfortunate side effects of survival, of outliving those we love. 879 more words

Patrick Hurley