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Julius Caesar – Political Theatre At Its Best

The basic plot of a dictator murdered to bring peace to a nation but his death bringing about complete anarchy instead seemed almost a little to close for comfort. Whilst Hytner stuck to the script and didn't specifically point the finger at any current politicians, he still delivered a performance which tied very nicely into modern politics.

Why Burlesque Isn’t Anti-Feminist

Having been to quite a few burlesque performances in my time, I've formed my own opinion on the industry. I don't think that burlesque dancing is inherently anti-feminist, quite the contrary, and here's why:

Andrew Scott’s Hamlet Opens Up A Portal Into Mental Health

Mental health has always been present in Hamlet, with voices in one's head and the apparition of ghosts which others' aren't privy to. Yet Andrew Scott takes it to an entirely new level, making mental health the focal point of his performance.

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead: A Review

A couple of weeks ago I found myself back in my favourite place: the theatre. This time I had managed to nab tickets to the highly anticipated performance of the Tom Stoppard play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, playing at... Continue Reading →

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf: A Review

Sometime around November last year, I was scanning my inbox when an e-mail came through: my heart skipped a beat, I messaged my housemates instantly and grabbed my credit card. Edward Albee’s infamous Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf was coming to London with none other than Imelda Staunton as the lead.

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