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Reflection: The Little Match Girl and Other Happier Tales

Original review: TheReviewsHub At times discordant, but strikes a real chord

On a cold Christmas Eve, a little match girl lights her last matches for warmth; imagining a home full of love, she keeps hope and herself alive for a little while longer. 540 more words


The Seagull - Actors transcend writers by the embodiment of text. (Theatre Review)

The Seagull

The Depot Theatre with Secret House Theatre Company

From 6 – 16 December. You can grab your tickets here.

Images: Bob Seary

The aesthetic stage, by its very nature, is severed by the ethical problem of concrete existence – self choice. 1,237 more words


Mama White Snake

(Source: www.timeout.com)

Inspired by the Chinese folk take, Madam White Snake, Mama White Snake (written by local playwright Alfian Sa’at) is a cheeky twist on the classic that’s fun for the whole family. 82 more words


Imperium I: Conspirator & Imperium II: Dictator - RSC at the Swan Theatre, Stratford

Cicero gets nine lines in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar; here he gets a play in two parts, each of three acts, with a playing time of six hours. 614 more words


The Difference Between Pain and Suffering

At 3pm each day on the Hematology/ Oncology Service we attempt to rip ourselves from our wards work to take in a teaching session. It was during one of these sessions that our presenter made this provocative statement: “Pain is not the same as suffering. 273 more words


English speaking theatre in Antwerp: meet BATS!

BATS (British American Theatrical Society) has been bringing a wide variety of stage productions to English speaking audiences in Antwerp for over 60 years now. They have their own theatre (the “Little Theatre”) at Paardenmarkt 111 and recently I attended their production of Dracula. 690 more words