Tag: Joseph Kloska

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Film Review: Kaleidoscope (2016)

The kind of film it is best to know nothing about beforehand, Toby Jones and Sinéad Matthews…

Posted in Digital RSC Shakespeare Theatre

#AdventwithClowns Day 9 – The Winter’s Tale (RSC via iPlayer)

Despite some beautiful moments, the RSC’s filmed take on The Winter’s Tale has problems beyond being a…

Posted in Bush Theatre Hampstead Theatre Kenneth Branagh Tennessee Williams Terence Rattigan Theatre West End

London theatre update for June

The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company has announced that tickets are on sale for a brand new production…

Posted in Dance Nick Dear Nick Payne Opera RSC Shakespeare Theatre

News: BBC lights up the culture world with Lights Up

For the first time in its history, a Royal Shakespeare Company production – The Winter’s Tale, directed…

Posted in News RSC Shakespeare Theatre

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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News: The Mono Box launch The Monologue Library

I mean, just look at this absolute treasure trove of theatrical talent!  We are proud to announce…

Posted in Film Mike Leigh

Film Review: Peterloo (2018)

I wanted to like Mike Leigh’s Peterloo, I really did… “You must be famished coming all the…

Posted in RSC Theatre Theatre review West End

Review: Imperium II – Dictator, Gielgud Theatre

In which Imperium II: Dictator continues a compelling look at (Roman) politics at the Gielgud Theatre but…

Posted in RSC Theatre Theatre review West End

Review: Imperium I – Conspirator, Gielgud Theatre

Imperium I: Conspirator is the entertaining first part of the seven hours of a proper Roman epic…