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The New Zealand Herald
Seven North Shore properties for auctionprofile corner site a 157-159 Lake Rd, Belmont, on the busy main arterial route
Seven North Shore properties for auction
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 minutes ago
profile corner site a 157-159 Lake Rd, Belmont, on the busy main arterial route to and from Devonport.The property at 29 Shakespeare Rd, Milford, leased to Milford Car Pro. Marketed by Simon Aldridge and Michael Nees, it is generating net annual... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Symphony's new music director looks forward to new season, getting to know community“West Side Story,” Latshaw said. The remainder of the music for those concerts
Symphony's new music director looks forward to new season, getting to know community
The Daily Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
“West Side Story,” Latshaw said. The remainder of the music for those concerts “is connected to and inspired by Shakespeare,” he said. It all creates an eclectic mix of music with which “we reach an audience more closely ... new and... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Scene change: New leaders at Valley theatersidentities — or, as the case may be, not. Here’s a look at the new crop of the
Scene change: New leaders at Valley theaters
The Arizona Republic / Posted an hour ago
identities — or, as the case may be, not. Here’s a look at the new crop of the theater executives in the Valley. Southwest Shakespeare Company Budget: $500,000 to $600,000. Outlook: Belts tightened, committed to kicking the dust off the... Read more
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Glamsham.com
Mahesh Bhatt's play DO DEEWANE SHAHER MEIN to be staged in SingaporeBollywood veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt's on stage adaptation of William Shake
Mahesh Bhatt's play DO DEEWANE SHAHER MEIN to be staged in Singapore
Glamsham.com / Posted 4 hours ago
Bollywood veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt's on stage adaptation of William Shakespeare's comedy 'The Two Gentlemen of Verona' - DO DEEWANE SHAHER MEIN will be played in Singapore. The play will be staged on August 28 at Jubilee Hall at Raffles Hotel... Read more
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New Haven Independent
A Library Becomes A Museumways that have nothing to do with books. How will the once-modern building mai
A Library Becomes A Museum
New Haven Independent / Posted 5 hours ago
ways that have nothing to do with books. How will the once-modern building maintain its balance? Gutenberg Bibles and Shakespeare folios are still sacred cultural icons, but now the printed word itself is beginning to become arcane, and the... Read more
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birminghammail
Burger Bar Boys: How gang 'execution' led to Aston shootingshoney trap murder changed everything.”L-R: Cheryl Shaw, 17, twins Charlene Elli
Burger Bar Boys: How gang 'execution' led to Aston shootings
birminghammail / Posted 6 hours ago
honey trap murder changed everything.”L-R: Cheryl Shaw, 17, twins Charlene Ellis and Sophie Ellis, 18, with Latisha Shakespeare, 17 Innocent friends Letisha Shakespeare, 17, and 18-year-old Charlene Ellis soon became the first victims of... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Wayne Brady is bringing his improv act to the Thrasher-Horne Centerof learning all this other stuff, which I wouldn’t be able to do if I hadn’t be
Wayne Brady is bringing his improv act to the Thrasher-Horne Center
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 6 hours ago
of learning all this other stuff, which I wouldn’t be able to do if I hadn’t been doing a ton of theater, musicals, Shakespeare — all these other things, so that then you go, ‘Oh, so I could bring all that stuff and now I can make up stuff... Read more
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Boston Globe
Liberal arts lifting up young mothers in Holyoketheir college degrees -- a chance at a free, world-class liberal arts education
Liberal arts lifting up young mothers in Holyoke
Boston Globe / Posted 7 hours ago
their college degrees -- a chance at a free, world-class liberal arts education. Students immerse themselves in Aristotle, Shakespeare, James Baldwin, and Jorge Luis Borges. They once thought they would never finish high school, yet find themselves... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
THEATREDowntown Campus, 24 Falaki St, Downtown Cairo, Tel 012 8872 1446 Measure for M
THEATRE
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 8 hours ago
Downtown Campus, 24 Falaki St, Downtown Cairo, Tel 012 8872 1446 Measure for Measure,is a Jacobean play written by William Shakespeare. This is the first time it is ever performed in Egypt. The play explores the fine line between justice and mercy,... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Why we prefer old moviesfell short. Such attempts are pitiful. Once a classic, always a classic. Why m
Why we prefer old movies
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 8 hours ago
fell short. Such attempts are pitiful. Once a classic, always a classic. Why mess with it? Can we improve on Beethoven or Shakespeare? We love them just the way they are. Unless filmmakers can contribute to the lasting enjoyment of the movie,... Read more
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express
'We're throwing our heritage away!' Anti-immigrant caller's furious rant on LBCUK “We have shaped the whole world. We gave the world the English language, we
'We're throwing our heritage away!' Anti-immigrant caller's furious rant on LBC
express / Posted 8 hours ago
UK “We have shaped the whole world. We gave the world the English language, we gave it the King James Bible, we gave it Shakespeare. “Everything that is good in this world came out of our country.” Continuing his shocking rant he said: “It has... Read more
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ORF Wien
Viel zu lachen im Herbstdie Bühne.Theater und Museen im Herbst Im Blick auf die herbstlichen Programme
Viel zu lachen im Herbst
ORF Wien / Posted 9 hours ago
die Bühne.Theater und Museen im Herbst Im Blick auf die herbstlichen Programme traditioneller Wiener Theater dominiert Shakespeare. Sonst spannt sich der Bogen von Salieri über die silberne Operettenära bis zu Flüchtlingen - mehr dazu in Wiens... Read more
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The Sport Review
Jan Vertonghen shows surprising new side to Tottenham defender ahead of Liverpool clashfor a few hours on Wednesday night as the Belgian defender went on a date with
Jan Vertonghen shows surprising new side to Tottenham defender ahead of Liverpool clash
The Sport Review / Posted 11 hours ago
for a few hours on Wednesday night as the Belgian defender went on a date with his wife to the theatre to watch a William Shakespeare classic. “Date Night 👫🌠” The Lilywhites will host top-four rivals Liverpool at White Hart Lane... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Three days of colour and spectacle at Sedgeford flower festival and craft fairPam Goddard said: “The theme for this year’s festival is ‘Celebrations’ so we h
Three days of colour and spectacle at Sedgeford flower festival and craft fair
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 11 hours ago
Pam Goddard said: “The theme for this year’s festival is ‘Celebrations’ so we have displays on carnivals, 400 years of Shakespeare, and sporting achievements including the Olympics. There are about 20 different flower displays, and we also have... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
New Auckland play, Thomus, uses language of ShakespeareAsh Jones (left) has written a contemporary NZ play using verse writing methods
New Auckland play, Thomus, uses language of Shakespeare
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
Ash Jones (left) has written a contemporary NZ play using verse writing methods from Shakespeare's era. He's pictured with Arlo Gibson. Twelve weeks, two season extensions, 128 mostly sold-out performances attended by 100,000 (including 20,000... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Takeaways from Thursday's NFL Preseason Actionin a Dallas rout. And play defense. And put on the halftime show, where he woul
Takeaways from Thursday's NFL Preseason Action
Bleacher Report / Posted 12 hours ago
in a Dallas rout. And play defense. And put on the halftime show, where he would perform the complete works of William Shakespeare. All the parts. Because he's just...that...good. It hasn't just been fans, either. Granted, Jason La Canfora of... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Walters Prize finalists on showwere believed to be two of the horses of the Apocalypse. The work makes many o
Walters Prize finalists on show
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 15 hours ago
were believed to be two of the horses of the Apocalypse. The work makes many other references, such as to the western, Shakespeare, the Land Wars, and military traditions as well as the impact that colonising powers had in using horses like the... Read more
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The Washington Times
Ronald Reagan memorabilia set for Christie’s auctionfrom noted contemporary artists. Collections of Victor Hugo, Fyodor Dostoevsky,
Ronald Reagan memorabilia set for Christie’s auction
The Washington Times / Posted 16 hours ago
from noted contemporary artists. Collections of Victor Hugo, Fyodor Dostoevsky, William Makepeace Thackeray and William Shakespeare are included. A 10-volume lot of theological books includes a five-volume 1935 edition of the King James version... Read more
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Variety
‘Hermia & Helena’in which Argentinian writer-director Matias Piñeiro repeats the recipe behind h
‘Hermia & Helena’
Variety / Posted 17 hours ago
in which Argentinian writer-director Matias Piñeiro repeats the recipe behind his previous, scarcely feature-length Shakespearean cupcakes (all loosely drawn from the Bard’s comedies), only for the winsomeness to spread itself a little thin... Read more
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express
Parents left outraged as all-female cast strip naked to perform Shakespeare’s The Tempestthe twist would leave the audience as transformed as the play’s characters. Mr
Parents left outraged as all-female cast strip naked to perform Shakespeare’s The Tempest
express / Posted 19 hours ago
the twist would leave the audience as transformed as the play’s characters. Mr Strait said: “In nearly all of his plays, Shakespeare touched in one way or another on the collision between old and new, ordinary and radical. “His final play is no... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Joey Essex got a GCSE todaystudies would involve… “How many legs does a dinosaur have?” Joey took a trip
Joey Essex got a GCSE today
Irish Examiner / Posted 20 hours ago
studies would involve… “How many legs does a dinosaur have?” Joey took a trip to Stratford-upon-Avon to see the home of Shakespeare (Lime Pictures) But the tutor he had been assigned explained to him that the areas of study would be society and... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Unmissable: Top 10 plays, concerts and exhibits for 2016-17 arts season in Phoenixbrilliant” was the New York Times’ verdict on playwright Mike Bartlett’s fantas
Unmissable: Top 10 plays, concerts and exhibits for 2016-17 arts season in Phoenix
The Arizona Republic / Posted 22 hours ago
brilliant” was the New York Times’ verdict on playwright Mike Bartlett’s fantasia inspired by the historical plays of Shakespeare, right down to the dialogue in blank verse. Details: Thursday, Oct. 6, through Sunday, Oct. 23. Herberger... Read more
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Minnesota State University Reporter
Timeless Theater: from Shakespeare to Carrie – MSU Reporterfrom Oct. 13-16 and Oct. 19-23. To close the mainstage for the semester, MSU b
Timeless Theater: from Shakespeare to Carrie – MSU Reporter
Minnesota State University Reporter / Posted 23 hours ago
from Oct. 13-16 and Oct. 19-23. To close the mainstage for the semester, MSU borrows a few plays from the collection of Shakespeare to create an intriguing theatrical concoction. The Two Henrys is an original adaptation by our own theatre... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
Wildflower Ensemble Performs `Measure for Measure`Ann DeLappe-Grondin and Joshua Anderson. Wildflower is based in the Sacramento
Wildflower Ensemble Performs `Measure for Measure`
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted yesterday
Ann DeLappe-Grondin and Joshua Anderson. Wildflower is based in the Sacramento Region and draws influences from Sacramento Shakespeare Festival, Davis Shakespeare Ensemble, Shakespeare on the Vine and the Shakespeare Theatre Association. "We aim... Read more
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The News & Observer
Farewell to Jay Woodard, Duke’s own eccentric newsman – ShafferThursday in a family graveyard in Cary. Those of you who attended Duke Universi
Farewell to Jay Woodard, Duke’s own eccentric newsman – Shaffer
The News & Observer / Posted yesterday
Thursday in a family graveyard in Cary. Those of you who attended Duke University in the 1950s may remember him from a Shakespeare class or a Pi Kappa Alpha social – that is, unless you ever spoke ill of the basketball team, in which case he... Read more
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SportingNews
Kobe Bryant perfectly explains why Lakers don't need to retire both 8 and 24down the old ways in order to appease the Black Mamba's mighty army. Hold on.
Kobe Bryant perfectly explains why Lakers don't need to retire both 8 and 24
SportingNews / Posted yesterday
down the old ways in order to appease the Black Mamba's mighty army. Hold on. Trying to do this through the ghost of Bill Shakespeare is overly complicated. Let's just have Kobe Bryant simplify things. Ever since Bryant announced he would retire... Read more
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express
Top 10 facts about dogsmore often than dogs are sheep, horses, lambs, goats and lions. 8. The only do
Top 10 facts about dogs
express / Posted yesterday
more often than dogs are sheep, horses, lambs, goats and lions. 8. The only dog required to appear on stage in a play by Shakespeare is Launce’s dog, which is called Crab, in The Two Gentlemen Of Verona. 9. The Norwegian lundehund breed of dog... Read more
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The Mercury News
Hanson: History shows diversity is pathway to chaosvowed to quit using the word "diversity" and now prefers "inclusion." A Latino
Hanson: History shows diversity is pathway to chaos
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
vowed to quit using the word "diversity" and now prefers "inclusion." A Latino-American undergraduate who is a student of Shakespeare is not "culturally appropriating" anyone's white-European legacy, but instead seeking transcendence of ideas and... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Wakefield GCSEs part two4 (4); C Schofield 11 (10); A Scholefield 11 (11); J Scott 11 (11); E Seaman 11
Wakefield GCSEs part two
Wakefield Today / Posted yesterday
4 (4); C Schofield 11 (10); A Scholefield 11 (11); J Scott 11 (11); E Seaman 11 (11); K Seaton 8 (5); E Sewell 11 (11); G Shakespeare 7 (7); A Sharma 9 (9); J Sharples 11 (7); E Shaw 10 (10); J Shaw 10 (10); R Shell 9 (7); A Skitt 10 (10); A Smith... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Praiseworthy letters to the editor, Aug. 22, 2016: 100 years of Santa Cruz water plus good servicemuch with so little, what could Santa Cruz accomplish if we all worked together
Praiseworthy letters to the editor, Aug. 22, 2016: 100 years of Santa Cruz water plus good service
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted yesterday
much with so little, what could Santa Cruz accomplish if we all worked together? — Cara Lamb, Santa Cruz Applause for SC Shakespeare, supporters A big shout-out to Santa Cruz Shakespeare for persevering, to the supporters of Santa Cruz... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
They grow up so fast: What this mom won't miss when her kid graduates from schoolthe parking lot without a backward glance for his first day of high school, mat
They grow up so fast: What this mom won't miss when her kid graduates from school
The Arizona Republic / Posted yesterday
the parking lot without a backward glance for his first day of high school, math I would never understand, the works of Shakespeare, 15-page research papers, Tesla instead of Einstein, a job teaching piano lessons, a driver’s license, and... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Elm Shakespeare Makes "Midsummer" A Dangerous CaperElm Shakespeare Company’s production of William Shakespare’s A Midsummer Night’
Elm Shakespeare Makes "Midsummer" A Dangerous Caper
New Haven Independent / Posted yesterday
Elm Shakespeare Company’s production of William Shakespare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream — now playing in Edgerton Park until Sept. 4 — begins with yipping, barking, and marching, the first signs of a war between Greek soldiers and Amazon warriors that... Read more
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WA Today
Golden era of travel is grounding Flight Centre's earnings and Graham Turner's payon the company reporting $380 million underlying profit before tax (PBT) for th
Golden era of travel is grounding Flight Centre's earnings and Graham Turner's pay
WA Today / Posted yesterday
on the company reporting $380 million underlying profit before tax (PBT) for the year just ended. Illustration: John Shakespeare. As the company reported on Thursday, it dropped to $352 million. For Turner to "achieve the average pay packet... Read more
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The Age
Golden era of travel is grounding Flight Centre's earnings and Graham Turner's payon the company reporting $380 million underlying profit before tax (PBT) for th
Golden era of travel is grounding Flight Centre's earnings and Graham Turner's pay
The Age / Posted yesterday
on the company reporting $380 million underlying profit before tax (PBT) for the year just ended. Illustration: John Shakespeare. As the company reported on Thursday, it dropped to $352 million. For Turner to "achieve the average pay packet... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Golden era of travel is grounding Flight Centre's earnings and Graham Turner's payon the company reporting $380 million underlying profit before tax (PBT) for th
Golden era of travel is grounding Flight Centre's earnings and Graham Turner's pay
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
on the company reporting $380 million underlying profit before tax (PBT) for the year just ended. Illustration: John Shakespeare. As the company reported on Thursday, it dropped to $352 million. For Turner to "achieve the average pay packet... Read more
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Canberra Times
Golden era of travel is grounding Flight Centre's earnings and Graham Turner's payon the company reporting $380 million underlying profit before tax (PBT) for th
Golden era of travel is grounding Flight Centre's earnings and Graham Turner's pay
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
on the company reporting $380 million underlying profit before tax (PBT) for the year just ended. Illustration: John Shakespeare. As the company reported on Thursday, it dropped to $352 million. For Turner to "achieve the average pay packet... Read more
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Sun Star
With each stepand elements from Greek mythology, Egyptian mythology and even a collection ins
With each step
Sun Star / Posted yesterday
and elements from Greek mythology, Egyptian mythology and even a collection inspired by the literary works of William Shakespeare and his plays. This proves that the crafting has been taken to a place that is far from the usual. This year,... Read more
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birminghammail
Two gunmen from New Year salon shooting in Birmingham still wanted by policePolice have revealed that they are still investigating the 2003 new year shooti
Two gunmen from New Year salon shooting in Birmingham still wanted by police
birminghammail / Posted yesterday
Police have revealed that they are still investigating the 2003 new year shooting of Charlene Ellis and Letisha Shakespeare outside an Aston hair salon. The case remains open ten years on, Detective Superintendent Rich Baker, West Midlands Police... Read more
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birminghammail
Burger Bar Boys: How gang behind terror and murder in Brum beganbecome bitter enemies divided by postcodes.L-R: Cheryl Shaw, 17, twins Charlene
Burger Bar Boys: How gang behind terror and murder in Brum began
birminghammail / Posted yesterday
become bitter enemies divided by postcodes.L-R: Cheryl Shaw, 17, twins Charlene Ellis and Sophie Ellis, 18, with Latisha Shakespeare, 17 Four men were later jailed for life over the murders which shocked the nation. Both gangs took their names... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Of 'Dog-Naming' and the Lawin contempt or in reverence of any who bears the same name, will be a strictly
Of 'Dog-Naming' and the Law
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
in contempt or in reverence of any who bears the same name, will be a strictly a subjective one in the eyes of the law. As Shakespeare would say, "there is no art to find the mind's construction on the face". And as with the right to give pet dogs... Read more
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The Mining Journal
The calendarBridge Club, Suite 18, Westwood Mall, Marquette. Call 225-1047 for info/partner
The calendar
The Mining Journal / Posted yesterday
Bridge Club, Suite 18, Westwood Mall, Marquette. Call 225-1047 for info/partners. Julius Caesar - The Westwood Shakespeare Company will present William Shakespeare's, "Julius Caesar" at 7 p.m. at the Vista Theater in Negaunee. Tickets... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
18 things to do in Boulder County today, Aug. 25, 2016TALKS & LECTURES Speak the Speech: Colorado's All-Stars Perform Shakespeare's
18 things to do in Boulder County today, Aug. 25, 2016
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted yesterday
TALKS & LECTURES Speak the Speech: Colorado's All-Stars Perform Shakespeare's All-Star Speeches Hear the best speeches in Shakespeare performed by some of Colorado's most wonderful people.... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Your area guide to entertainment and eventsCLUB: Fridays, 1 p.m. Pittston Memorial Library, Pittston. Free. 570-654-9565 o
Your area guide to entertainment and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
CLUB: Fridays, 1 p.m. Pittston Memorial Library, Pittston. Free. 570-654-9565 or pittstonlibrary.com. SUCH SWEET THUNDER —SHAKESPEARE ON FILM: Thursday, 7 p.m. The Cooperage, Honesdale. Donations will be collected. 570-253-2020 or... Read more
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Marie Claire
Why you need to move to Denmark *now*we�re moving to Denmark. Yes, despite it�s freezing temperatures and famously
Why you need to move to Denmark *now*
Marie Claire / Posted yesterday
we�re moving to Denmark. Yes, despite it�s freezing temperatures and famously miserable Prince Hamlet (well, according to Shakespeare anyway), Denmark has topped the poll in the 2016 World Happiness Report, to be voted the Beating last years... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Lord Michael Cashman to make brief return as groundbreaking EastEnders character Colin Russell after 30 yearsnot have been one of the founders of Stonewall and its founding chair, and I wo
Lord Michael Cashman to make brief return as groundbreaking EastEnders character Colin Russell after 30 years
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
not have been one of the founders of Stonewall and its founding chair, and I would never have ended up where I am now. “As Shakespeare would have said by returning to where it all started ‘the wheel has turned full circle’. “And the exquisite joy... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
GCSE reforms: goodbye to ABC grades as Progress 8 becomes a key league table measure(and not a part of the EBacc performance measure), pupils who take the subject
GCSE reforms: goodbye to ABC grades as Progress 8 becomes a key league table measure
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
(and not a part of the EBacc performance measure), pupils who take the subject will have to assess a 19th century novel, a Shakespeare play, a selection of poetry since 1789 and a British fiction or drama from 1914 onwards. There will also be... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Book review: ‘Feed’in political intrigue, a couple nasty murders and a mystery. The writing was c
Book review: ‘Feed’
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted yesterday
in political intrigue, a couple nasty murders and a mystery. The writing was crisp and grammatical. I am not looking for Shakespeare in my fiction, but I don't think I'm out of line to ask for properly spelled words, grammatical sentences and the... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Murder Mystery night to be held in WhitehavenA MURDER mystery night will be held in Whitehaven to mark the 400th anniversary
Murder Mystery night to be held in Whitehaven
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
A MURDER mystery night will be held in Whitehaven to mark the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death. As part of the National Library's "Celebrating Shakespeare" project, the town's Daniel Hay Library will be holding the event on Friday,... Read more
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The Coast
Letters to the editor, August 25, 2016Bard to basics I'd like to address the Love the Way We Bitch by Julius C. in l
Letters to the editor, August 25, 2016
The Coast / Posted yesterday
Bard to basics I'd like to address the Love the Way We Bitch by Julius C. in last week's issue ("Et tu opportunism?"). Shakespeare by the Sea has always been, and strives to remain, a company that is accessible to all theatregoers. Since our... Read more
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The Coast
King Lear is a bloody successPleasant ParkPWYC (reserved seat $25) It's no surprise the stage is littered w
King Lear is a bloody success
The Coast / Posted yesterday
Pleasant ParkPWYC (reserved seat $25) It's no surprise the stage is littered with bodies at the end of King Lear—this is a Shakespearean tragedy, after all. However, what actually surprised me was how much I cared. Thanks to emotionally honest... Read more
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