Tag: Brian Martin

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#AdventwithClowns Day 18 – King John (RSC via Britbox)

Eleanor Rhode offers up a vibrantly contemporary production of King John for the RSC, with a striking…

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The finalists of The ONCOMMs 2021

The OnComm is the new award for online shows from across the UK (and beyond) and was…

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News: The RSC launch Sonnets in Solitude

The Royal Shakespeare Company have announced Sonnets in Solitude, a selection of Shakespeare’s sonnets self-recorded by RSC actors…

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Review: Boudica, Shakespeare’s Globe

“I’d rather walk in blood than walk a slave for he thy Emperor!” For every Blue Stockings,…

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Review: Snapshot, Hope Theatre

“I wouldn’t know what to do in a darkroom” Budding (and broke) photographer James and his relationship…

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Review: The Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare’s Globe

“I will not hear thee speak; I’ll have my bond” Following the exceptional Rupert Goold/RSC adaptation which…

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Review: Titus Andronicus, Shakespeare’s Globe

“Foul-spoken coward, that thund’rest with thy tongue, and with thy weapon nothing dar’st perform!” The Globe must…

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Review: Damned by Despair, National Theatre

“Look on this and learn. Let that be your punishment” I don’t think there is another director…

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Not-a-review: Juno and the Paycock, National Theatre

“Never tired o’ lookin’ for a rest” When the National Theatre open their booking periods, there is…