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KPBS San Diego
Podcast Episode 77: The First Folio And ShakespearemaniaJuly 7. I also dig back to a 1989 archive interview with actor-director Kennet
Podcast Episode 77: The First Folio And Shakespearemania
KPBS San Diego / Posted 2 days ago
July 7. I also dig back to a 1989 archive interview with actor-director Kenneth Branagh for a discussion about adapting "Henry V" to the screen. "Henry V" was famously brought to the screen by Sir Laurence Olivier in 1944 as World War II was... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Young actors take the spotlight at the Stratford Festivalthe classical theatre. The Macbeths in the season-opening production are thirst
Young actors take the spotlight at the Stratford Festival
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
the classical theatre. The Macbeths in the season-opening production are thirsty millennials in their early thirties, while Henry V will turn the actual age the historical monarch was at the Battle of Agincourt during its run (that’s 29). Even... Read more
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Daily Herald
Chicago Shakespeare's bold, bracing 'Foreign Fire' testifies to war's inevitabilityin director-adapter Barbara Gaines' expansive, invigorating production. Compri
Chicago Shakespeare's bold, bracing 'Foreign Fire' testifies to war's inevitability
Daily Herald / Posted 2 days ago
in director-adapter Barbara Gaines' expansive, invigorating production. Comprised of William Shakespeare's "Edward III," "Henry V" and "Henry VI, part 1," "Foreign Fire" is the first of Gaines' two-part epic -- the centerpiece of the Shakespeare... Read more
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Northern Echo
Night of Shakespeare-inspired musicand music from West Side Story. In between musical acts, members from Durham’s
Night of Shakespeare-inspired music
Northern Echo / Posted 3 days ago
and music from West Side Story. In between musical acts, members from Durham’s Student Theatre will perform extracts from Henry V, Twelfth Night, Macbeth, and Romeo and Juliet. The concert starts at 7pm and tickets, which are priced between £10... Read more
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Evening Standard
Michael Volpe: We need to invest in opera audiences — from age fivedie), they do spectacles extremely well. This summer is set to be a good one: a
Michael Volpe: We need to invest in opera audiences — from age five
Evening Standard / Posted 3 days ago
die), they do spectacles extremely well. This summer is set to be a good one: a run from June 17 to July 9 feels timely for Henry V, in which Shakespeare explores England’s relations with her European neighbours. With Olivier award-winner Michelle... Read more
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Variety
‘Me Before You’ Aims to Take on Hollywood’s Superhero-Heavy Slate“Equus” that transferred to Broadway, then Benedict Cumberbatch in the Olivier-
‘Me Before You’ Aims to Take on Hollywood’s Superhero-Heavy Slate
Variety / Posted 4 days ago
“Equus” that transferred to Broadway, then Benedict Cumberbatch in the Olivier-winning revival of “After the Dance.” Her “Henry V” chapter of the BBC miniseries “The Hollow Crown,” starring Tom Hiddleston, earned her rave reviews, and an agent at... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
An epic Shakespeare mashup, Beyonce and Wayne Shorterreal estate in the first installment, subtitled “Foreign Fire,” that title make
An epic Shakespeare mashup, Beyonce and Wayne Shorter
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 4 days ago
real estate in the first installment, subtitled “Foreign Fire,” that title makes a lot of sense. For the kings (Edward III, Henry V and Henry VI of England, John and Charles of France), the battles over disputed lands does seem like a child's game.... Read more
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The Hindu
‘Shakespeare is a bit like climbing Mt Everest’Richard III (1995), which McKellen co-adapted with Loncraine. Other key titles
‘Shakespeare is a bit like climbing Mt Everest’
The Hindu / Posted 5 days ago
Richard III (1995), which McKellen co-adapted with Loncraine. Other key titles in the programme include Laurence Olivier’s Henry V (1944), Derek Jarman’s The Tempest (1979), Roman Polanski’s Macbeth (1979) and the BFI’s Play On! Shakespeare, in the... Read more
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Starmometer
Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’ Starts ProductionRoad,” “Inception”), Mark Rylance (“Bridge of Spies,” “Wolf Hall”), Kenneth Bra
Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’ Starts Production
Starmometer / Posted 5 days ago
Road,” “Inception”), Mark Rylance (“Bridge of Spies,” “Wolf Hall”), Kenneth Branagh (“My Week with Marilyn,” “Hamlet,” “Henry V”) and Cillian Murphy (“Inception,” “The Dark Knight” Trilogy), as well as newcomer Fionn Whitehead. The ensemble cast... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
A bold anti-war take on Shakespeare: War is hell. And often pointless.Just months after the Allied invasion of Normandy in 1944, actor Laurence Olivi
A bold anti-war take on Shakespeare: War is hell. And often pointless.
Chicago Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
Just months after the Allied invasion of Normandy in 1944, actor Laurence Olivier released his movie version of "Henry V" to war-ravaged, cinema-loving Britons. The neophyte director was partially funded by the morale-conscious British government,... Read more
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/Film
Dunkirk Set Photos Emerge as Christopher Nolan Begins ProductionRoad,” “Inception”), Mark Rylance (“Bridge of Spies,” “Wolf Hall”), Kenneth Bra
Dunkirk Set Photos Emerge as Christopher Nolan Begins Production
/Film / Posted 6 days ago
Road,” “Inception”), Mark Rylance (“Bridge of Spies,” “Wolf Hall”), Kenneth Branagh (“My Week with Marilyn,” “Hamlet,” “Henry V”) and Cillian Murphy (“Inception,” “The Dark Knight” Trilogy), as well as newcomer Fionn Whitehead. The ensemble cast... Read more
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Business Wire
Filming Has Begun on Christopher Nolan’s Epic Action Thriller “Dunkirk”Road,” “Inception”), Mark Rylance (“Bridge of Spies,” “Wolf Hall”), Kenneth Bra
Filming Has Begun on Christopher Nolan’s Epic Action Thriller “Dunkirk”
Business Wire / Posted 6 days ago
Road,” “Inception”), Mark Rylance (“Bridge of Spies,” “Wolf Hall”), Kenneth Branagh (“My Week with Marilyn,” “Hamlet,” “Henry V”) and Cillian Murphy (“Inception,” “The Dark Knight” Trilogy), as well as newcomer Fionn Whitehead. The ensemble cast... Read more
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Horse and Hound
‘No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle' — and other quotes you'll understandall time, William Shakespeare, knew a thing or two about horses, as illustrated
‘No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle' — and other quotes you'll understand
Horse and Hound / Posted 6 days ago
all time, William Shakespeare, knew a thing or two about horses, as illustrated by these three quotes — from Richard III, Henry V, and King Lear respectively. Looks like he was also a fan of chestnuts. Good man! “A horse, a horse, my kingdom for... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Dig at theater where Shakespeare worked uncovers a surpriseIt was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about
Dig at theater where Shakespeare worked uncovers a surprise
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
It was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about the Curtain is that Shakespeare's "Henry V" was first staged here - and the play's prologue refers to the building as "this wooden O." "This is palpably not a... Read more
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examiner.com
Famous women of the Middle Ages: Christine de Pizanduring the time of the Hundred Years Wars between France and English; specifica
Famous women of the Middle Ages: Christine de Pizan
examiner.com / Posted 7 days ago
during the time of the Hundred Years Wars between France and English; specifically after the battle of Agincourt where King Henry V of England fought against the Constable of France, Charles d’Albret, Comte de Dreux. Christine De Pizan did not write... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'Tug of War': Why did Shakespeare ignore the ordinary recruits?of English history. Confusingly, the set he wrote last, ("Richard II," "Henry I
'Tug of War': Why did Shakespeare ignore the ordinary recruits?
Chicago Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
of English history. Confusingly, the set he wrote last, ("Richard II," "Henry IV, Part One," "Henry IV, Part Two" and "Henry V") takes place chronologically before the set he wrote first (the three parts of "Henry VI" and "Richard III," or, as... Read more
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The New Statesman
The Great Huckster: Boris Johnson’s reckless distortions of historyfinish the job. Their forefathers had been intervening in Europe for as long a
The Great Huckster: Boris Johnson’s reckless distortions of history
The New Statesman / Posted 7 days ago
finish the job. Their forefathers had been intervening in Europe for as long as anyone could remember. From Shakespeare’s Henry V through to Elizabeth’s support for the Dutch revolt, the Second Hundred Years War against Louis XIV, the French... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The Shakespearean drama of Quebec sovereigntyand often explicitly links Shakespeare’s characters to current political actors
The Shakespearean drama of Quebec sovereignty
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
and often explicitly links Shakespeare’s characters to current political actors. Henry. Octobre. 1970, a 2002 adaptation of Henry V, cast Pierre Trudeau as the English king, René Lévesque as the French dauphin and the FLQ as the French army. The... Read more
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redOrbit
Archaeologists uncover important props in Shakespeare's Curtain theaterof an earlier theatre Shakespeare used for his plays—the lesser-known Curtain t
Archaeologists uncover important props in Shakespeare's Curtain theater
redOrbit / Posted 9 days ago
of an earlier theatre Shakespeare used for his plays—the lesser-known Curtain theatre, where Romeo and Juliet and Henry V may first have been performed—has turned up some surprising finds, ranging from the shape of the theatre to the tools... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
The Bard goes bare: The Tempest performed naked in New Yorkthe island setting of The Tempest. It’s not the first theatrical nudity the par
The Bard goes bare: The Tempest performed naked in New York
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 9 days ago
the island setting of The Tempest. It’s not the first theatrical nudity the park has seen. Previous productions of Hair and Henry V have also featured performers in the buff: New York law permits nudity in its parks if you get a permit making it... Read more
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The Columbian
Shakespeare theater stages a surpriseIt was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about
Shakespeare theater stages a surprise
The Columbian / Posted 9 days ago
It was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about the Curtain is that Shakespeare’s “Henry V” was first staged here — and the play’s prologue refers to the building as “this wooden O.” “This is palpably not a... Read more
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Daily Mail
All-female cast perform NUDE Shakespeare in Central Parknude The Tempest is not the only Shakespeare play to be performed in Central P
All-female cast perform NUDE Shakespeare in Central Park
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
nude The Tempest is not the only Shakespeare play to be performed in Central Park featuring fully nudity, a performance of Henry V back in 2003 featuring Liev Schreiber also featured nudity In contrast to traditional Shakespeare, where all of the... Read more
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Rappler
Secrets of early Shakespeare theater dug up in Londonto have performed at the theater as an actor and may even have staged the first
Secrets of early Shakespeare theater dug up in London
Rappler / Posted 9 days ago
to have performed at the theater as an actor and may even have staged the first performances of 'Romeo and Juliet' and 'Henry V' at the site. The dig is now being carefully excavated and will become the centrepiece of a new development in the... Read more
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Raw Story
London theatre where Shakespeare acted and debuted ‘Henry V’ unearthedwith Shakespeare, The Globe, built on London’s South Bank in 1599. – ‘Visceral
London theatre where Shakespeare acted and debuted ‘Henry V’ unearthed
Raw Story / Posted 10 days ago
with Shakespeare, The Globe, built on London’s South Bank in 1599. – ‘Visceral experience’ – Shakespeare’s play “Henry V” had its debut at The Curtain, while “Romeo and Juliet” was also staged there. A ceramic bird whistle thought to... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Secrets of early Shakespeare theatre dug up in Londonwith Shakespeare, The Globe, built on London's South Bank in 1599. - 'Visceral
Secrets of early Shakespeare theatre dug up in London
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 10 days ago
with Shakespeare, The Globe, built on London's South Bank in 1599. - 'Visceral experience' - Shakespeare's play "Henry V" had its debut at The Curtain, while "Romeo and Juliet" was also staged there. A ceramic bird whistle thought to... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Secrets of early Shakespeare theatre dug up in Londonassociated with Shakespeare, The Globe, built on London's South Bank in 1599.
Secrets of early Shakespeare theatre dug up in London
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 10 days ago
associated with Shakespeare, The Globe, built on London's South Bank in 1599. 'VISCERAL EXPERIENCE' Shakespeare's play "Henry V" had its debut at The Curtain, while "Romeo and Juliet" was also staged there. A ceramic bird whistle thought to... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Dig at theater where Shakespeare worked uncovers a surpriseIt was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about
Dig at theater where Shakespeare worked uncovers a surprise
Savannah Morning News / Posted 11 days ago
It was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about the Curtain is that Shakespeare's "Henry V" was first staged here — and the play's prologue refers to the building as "this wooden O." "This is palpably not a... Read more
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The China Post
Dig at theater where Shakespeare worked unearths surpriseIt was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about
Dig at theater where Shakespeare worked unearths surprise
The China Post / Posted 11 days ago
It was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about the Curtain is that Shakespeare's "Henry V" was first staged here — and the play's prologue refers to the building as "this wooden O." "This is palpably not a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Dig at theater where Shakespeare worked uncovers a surprisesite of theatre that pre-dated the Globe Built in 1577, Curtain Theatre played
Dig at theater where Shakespeare worked uncovers a surprise
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
site of theatre that pre-dated the Globe Built in 1577, Curtain Theatre played host to Shakespeare's earliest plays Henry V was first staged here and refers to the building as 'this wooden O' Surprisingly the shape of the theatre has turned... Read more
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Daily Mirror
500-old Romeo And Juliet prop found in dig at Shakespeare's Curtain Theatreis digging at the site in Shoreditch, east London - one of Shakespeare's least
500-old Romeo And Juliet prop found in dig at Shakespeare's Curtain Theatre
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
is digging at the site in Shoreditch, east London - one of Shakespeare's least documented playhouses and where he premiered Henry V. His troupe, The Lord Chamberlain's Men, used The Curtain as its base from 1597-1599 and Romeo And Juliet was... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Shakespearean bird whistle prop discovered in Bard day's digThe team is digging at The Curtain Theatre, one of Shakespeare’s least-document
Shakespearean bird whistle prop discovered in Bard day's dig
Irish Examiner / Posted 11 days ago
The team is digging at The Curtain Theatre, one of Shakespeare’s least-documented playhouses and where he premiered Henry V. His troupe, The Lord Chamberlain’s Men, used The Curtain as its base from 1597-1599 and Romeo And Juliet was... Read more
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examiner.com
Medieval women: Catherine of Valoisborn on Oct. 27, 1401; she died on Jan. 3, 1437. She was the youngest daughter
Medieval women: Catherine of Valois
examiner.com / Posted 12 days ago
born on Oct. 27, 1401; she died on Jan. 3, 1437. She was the youngest daughter of King Charles VI of France. She married Henry V of England on June 2, 1420. The marriage gave the English king the right to the French throne. Catherine Valois was... Read more
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Daily Herald
Dig at theater where Shakespeare worked uncovers a surpriseIt was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about
Dig at theater where Shakespeare worked uncovers a surprise
Daily Herald / Posted 12 days ago
It was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about the Curtain is that Shakespeare's "Henry V" was first staged here - and the play's prologue refers to the building as "this wooden O." "This is palpably not a... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Shakespearean discovery: Archaeological dig uncovers Curtain playhouseIt was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about
Shakespearean discovery: Archaeological dig uncovers Curtain playhouse
Calgary Sun / Posted 12 days ago
It was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about the Curtain is that Shakespeare's "Henry V" was first staged here -- and the play's prologue refers to the building as "this wooden O." "This is palpably not a... Read more
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CTV News
Dig at theatre where Shakespeare worked uncovers a surpriseIt was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about
Dig at theatre where Shakespeare worked uncovers a surprise
CTV News / Posted 12 days ago
It was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about the Curtain is that Shakespeare's "Henry V" was first staged here -- and the play's prologue refers to the building as "this wooden O." "This is palpably not a... Read more
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Mashable
Dig shows that scholars have more to learn about Shakespeare's theatersIt was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about
Dig shows that scholars have more to learn about Shakespeare's theaters
Mashable / Posted 12 days ago
It was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about the Curtain is that Shakespeare's "Henry V" was first staged here — and the play's prologue refers to the building as "this wooden O." "This is palpably not a... Read more
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PhysOrg
Dig at theater where Shakespeare worked uncovers a surpriseIt was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about
Dig at theater where Shakespeare worked uncovers a surprise
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
It was rectangular. That came as a surprise, because the best-known fact about the Curtain is that Shakespeare's "Henry V" was first staged here—and the play's prologue refers to the building as "this wooden O." "This is palpably not a... Read more
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express
James Bond in waiting: Will Tom Hiddleston be the poshest 007?Steven Spielberg’s War Horse, The Deep Blue Sea, Woody Allen’s romantic comedy
James Bond in waiting: Will Tom Hiddleston be the poshest 007?
express / Posted 14 days ago
Steven Spielberg’s War Horse, The Deep Blue Sea, Woody Allen’s romantic comedy Midnight In Paris, the BBC series Henry IV, Henry V and the romantic vampire film Only Lovers Left Alive. Now he looks as if he’s about to be catapulted into... Read more
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Orange County Register
South Coast Repertory gives 'Amadeus' a stylish revivalBarricelli, a veteran stage actor with prestigious credits in the title roles o
South Coast Repertory gives 'Amadeus' a stylish revival
Orange County Register / Posted 15 days ago
Barricelli, a veteran stage actor with prestigious credits in the title roles of “Hamlet,” “Richard III” and “Henry V,” was our Salieri, a monologue-rich role that has to carry the show. Baricelli was up to it, resonant of voice,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Shakespearean Plays Dominate Hifa Theatreat the Reps Theatre, will see a number of Shakespearean dominating the programm
Shakespearean Plays Dominate Hifa Theatre
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
at the Reps Theatre, will see a number of Shakespearean dominating the programme. "King Henry I", "King Henry II" and "King Henry V" are some of the plays that will be on today and tomorrow.According to the organisers of the event, the Hifa theatre... Read more
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Boston Globe
Coolidge to screen an Orson Welles masterworkHenry IV (John Gielgud). Hal’s defeat of the rebel Harry Hotspur at the battle
Coolidge to screen an Orson Welles masterwork
Boston Globe / Posted 16 days ago
Henry IV (John Gielgud). Hal’s defeat of the rebel Harry Hotspur at the battle of Shrewsbury leads to Hal’s coronation as Henry V and his banishment of Falstaff. Welles shot the independently financed “Chimes at Midnight” in Spain, with a cast... Read more
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Daily Herald
Theater events: Chicago Shakespeare premieres two-part 'Tug of War' epicof William Shakespeare's birth begins with "Foreign Fire." Adapted by artistic
Theater events: Chicago Shakespeare premieres two-part 'Tug of War' epic
Daily Herald / Posted 17 days ago
of William Shakespeare's birth begins with "Foreign Fire." Adapted by artistic director Barbara Gaines from "Edward III," "Henry V" and "Henry VI, Part 1," "Foreign Fire" traces the origins of the 100 Years War and the War of the Roses. It's... Read more
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International Business Times
Benedict Cumberbatch plays Richard III: Can he pull off Shakespeare's nasty, deformed monarch? 400th anniversary celebrations, The Hollow Crown – a three-part television seri
Benedict Cumberbatch plays Richard III: Can he pull off Shakespeare's nasty, deformed monarch?
International Business Times / Posted 17 days ago
400th anniversary celebrations, The Hollow Crown – a three-part television series on BBC2, which first aired last week with Henry V Part One – continues on 14 May. This fresh take on Shakespeare's second tetralogy includes big names such as Dame... Read more
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Scotsman
Five blatant handballs that footballers got away withcup triumph in their 21-year existence. READ MORE - Hibs boss Alan Stubbs dema
Five blatant handballs that footballers got away with
Scotsman / Posted 18 days ago
cup triumph in their 21-year existence. READ MORE - Hibs boss Alan Stubbs demands ref explains handball decision Thierry Henry v Ireland In the second leg of the 2010 World Cup qualification play-off between France and Ireland, Thierry Henry... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Ludlow’s ‘human computer’ Mary Edwards honoured with blue plaque « Shropshire Starresided in Ludlow Castle for a while before his mysterious fate – widely though
Ludlow’s ‘human computer’ Mary Edwards honoured with blue plaque « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 18 days ago
resided in Ludlow Castle for a while before his mysterious fate – widely thought to have been imprisoned and then killed by Henry V. “Another is over Barclay’s Bank and relates to computer programmers for the Sinclair Spectrum who were there in the... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Skilled chefs, fresh ingredients at local eaterieson Park Street last summer, the brick-clad bakery is named after the Feast of C
Skilled chefs, fresh ingredients at local eateries
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
on Park Street last summer, the brick-clad bakery is named after the Feast of Crispin, heralded in William Shakespeare’s Henry V (with a spelling twist; Shakespeare wrote, “This day is called the feast of Crispian”). In a nutshell, it honors... Read more
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indieWIRE
Tom Hiddleston: How His Passion For Challenging Roles Led From Asgard To Nashville & Potentially Bond (Exclusive Video)Weisz in British filmmaker Terence Davies' grim post-World War II two-hander "T
Tom Hiddleston: How His Passion For Challenging Roles Led From Asgard To Nashville & Potentially Bond (Exclusive Video)
indieWIRE / Posted 20 days ago
Weisz in British filmmaker Terence Davies' grim post-World War II two-hander "The Deep Blue Sea." He took on Shakespeare's Henry V in the BBC teleplays of "Henry V" and "Henry IV," I and II. He joined Jim Jarmusch's vampire ensemble on "Only Lovers... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Popular Everyday English Expressions We Inherited From Shakespearein 't!" "Breathe one's last." Most people use this expression as a euphemism f
Popular Everyday English Expressions We Inherited From Shakespeare
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 days ago
in 't!" "Breathe one's last." Most people use this expression as a euphemism for "die." It was first used in Shakespeare's Henry VI in the sentence, "Montague has breathed his last." "Brevity is the soul of wit." This is one of my favorite... Read more
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Scotsman
Theatre company to stage Macbeth in Birnam Woodof the characters’ true-life counterparts has trod. “Having fought Richard III
Theatre company to stage Macbeth in Birnam Wood
Scotsman / Posted 21 days ago
of the characters’ true-life counterparts has trod. “Having fought Richard III on Bosworth Field where he was slain, and Henry V on the battlefield of Agincourt - where we reverently dedicated our performance to the thousands of souls still... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Her secret history: I discovered my mother’s digital life after her deathAnd there, toward the end of the list, a YouTube video of Kenneth Branagh deliv
Her secret history: I discovered my mother’s digital life after her death
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 21 days ago
And there, toward the end of the list, a YouTube video of Kenneth Branagh delivering the St Crispin’s Day Speech from Henry V marked when cancer entered her life: my little brother sent it to the family when her chemo began, preparing us for... Read more
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