MINI-REVIEW – The Winter’s Tale

This will only be the briefest of posts as it's late and a school night. This evening I headed out with two friends I do not see frequently enough to the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield, to see The Winter's Tale by Northern Broadsides - three firsts in one evening! Though I rarely spend any time there, … Continue reading MINI-REVIEW – The Winter’s Tale

Christmas Read-a-long 2014 – Act 05

THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE WC - 08th of Dec 2014 - ACT 05 Scene 01 - The Plains of Philippi Scene 02 - The field of Battle Scene 03 - Another part of the Field Scene 04 - Another part of the Field Scene 05 - Another part of the Field (it's … Continue reading Christmas Read-a-long 2014 – Act 05

Christmas Read-a-long 2014 – Act 04

THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE WC - 24th of Nov 2014 - ACT 04 Scene 01 - A house in Rome Scene 02 - Camp near Sardis Scene 03 - Brutus' Tent (calm...it ain't that sort of play...)      Available FREE - Project Gutenberg Available FREE - iTunes Available FREE - Kindle

Christmas Read-a-long 2014 – Act 03

THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE WC - 10th of Nov 2014 - ACT 03 Scene 01 - Rome Scene 02 - The Forum Scene 03 - A Street     Available FREE - Project Gutenberg Available FREE - iTunes Available FREE - Kindle

Christmas Read-a-long 2014 – Act 02

THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE   WC - 27th of Oct 2014 - ACT 02 Scene 01 - An Orchard Scene 02 - Caesar's Home Scene 03 - A Street near the Capitol Scene 04 - Same Street  There weren't any warnings on the video clip on youtube and I have a high … Continue reading Christmas Read-a-long 2014 – Act 02

Christmas Read-a-long 2014 – Act 01

THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Who's Who The Main Cast of Characters JULIUS CAESAR, Roman statesman and general OCTAVIUS, Triumvir after Caesar's death, later Augustus Caesar, first emperor of Rome MARK ANTONY, general and friend of Caesar, a Triumvir after his death LEPIDUS, third member of the Triumvirate MARCUS BRUTUS, leader of the conspiracy against … Continue reading Christmas Read-a-long 2014 – Act 01

Covering Shakespeare!

As a fan of the Bard, I'm very excited to read about the Hogarth Shakespeare programme, launching in 2016  to mark the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death. Similarly to the Canongate Myth series, contemporary authors will be commissioned to create 'cover versions' of many of William Shakespeare's most beloved plays. To reinvent the plays as prose, … Continue reading Covering Shakespeare!

The Laini Challenge – Book 07 – The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare

  READ! TO GO! 7 123   The LainiBop Challenge   The Taming of the Shrew  by William Shakespeare   * * * * * * * * * * SPOILERS * * * * * * * * * * It's been years and years since I read a Shakespeare play - last time would probably … Continue reading The Laini Challenge – Book 07 – The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare

WTFBC – Much Ado About Nothing – Review

* * * * *SPOILERS* * * * * * * * * *SPOILERS* * * * * * * * * *SPOILERS* * * * *   Much Ado About Nothing  By William Shakespeare   Well, that was all a bit different! Our initial meet up(? Tweet up?) was a little quiet due to … Continue reading WTFBC – Much Ado About Nothing – Review

Much Ado About Whedon – when fandoms collide…

Joss Whedon has made a film. A film based on a play. The cast is positively teeming with former collaborators from Buffy, Angel, Firefly, Doctor Horrible and Dollhouse. We know very little else. However, if the name is anything to go by; the play might just be Much Ado About Nothing by a little known and under appreciate … Continue reading Much Ado About Whedon – when fandoms collide…