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2015/03/28 08:03
2015/03/28 08:03
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IT'S all downhill for Willy Loman as the RSC mark the centenary of the birth of American playwright Arthur Miller. The RSC present Miller's 1949 Pulitzer prize-winning play Death of a Salesman this...
2015/03/28 08:03
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2015/03/25 13:13
2015/03/25 13:13
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Sir Nicholas said the arrival of Crossrail, the opening of the new London Film School and the appointment of Sir Simon Rattle as music director of the London Symphony Orchestra would combine with...
2015/03/23 10:25
2015/03/23 10:25
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VideoPreview: SHAKESPEARE UNCOVERED: Henry IV & Henry V With Jeremy Irons Your browser does not support this object. Content can be viewed at actual source page:...
2015/03/20 08:53
2015/03/20 08:53
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On This Day - Monday 16 The Queen plants a tulip tree in the grounds of Solihull School with the help of two of the pupils on May 15, 1962 . Were you there that day? 1660: England’s Long Parliament...
2015/03/17 22:24
2015/03/17 22:24
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Celebrated English miserablist Morrissey, former lead singer of the iconic Smiths, is to play four nights at the Sydney Opera as headliner for Vivid 2015. It's a good thing for English...
2015/03/17 13:44
2015/03/17 13:44
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My slogan for 2015? "A chicken in every pot." Somebody's already used that? Well, mine comes with recipes to get you started. Take that, Herbert Hoover, and you too, Henry IV! It's about as basic as...
2015/03/16 18:37
2015/03/16 18:37
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The Captain is by no means the first man to believe that woman as drawn by male writers is woman as she truly is. Indeed, so commonplace is this assumption that it had already been satirised by Jane...
2015/03/16 12:30
2015/03/16 12:30
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Published: 16 Mar 2015 12:00 ‘UNEASY lies the head that wears a crown’ is a line from William Shakespeare’s play Henry IV that could arguably help account for the sudden turn in Morton’s...
2015/03/16 05:43
2015/03/16 05:43
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... all the year were playing holidays, to sport would be as tedious as to work." — William Shakespeare in Henry IV A controversy erupted on Sunday after the Goa government scrapped Gandhi Jayanti...
2015/03/13 18:23
2015/03/13 18:23
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BOLTON'S Octagon scooped two awards at a ceremony to celebrate the region's theatre talent. Clare Foster won the Best Actress award for her roles in Duet For One and Separation — beating competition...
2015/03/13 15:42
2015/03/13 15:42
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The Bafta-nominated actress, who played Stephen Hawking’s nurse in Oscar-winning film The Theory of Everything, performed the title role in Hamlet at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester. A filmed...
2015/03/06 14:49
2015/03/06 14:49
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... basterd, knave, rascal' - new production aims to rewrite Shakespeare's Ireland A new post-colonial Irish production of Shakespeare’s History Plays, performed by Druid’s ensemble, aims to go...
2015/03/28 08:03
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