Monthly Archives: April 2015

A Night in Russia – Cheek By Jowl’s Measure for Measure

Yesterday I went to see Measure for Measure by Cheek By Jowl at Oxford Playhouse. It was the second time I’d seen the production, having caught the live screening from the Barbican last Wednesday. Of both, undoubtedly the live performance … Continue reading

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Complete-Lyly

There are so many Early Modern plays, mostly not by Shakespeare, and many playwrights I’ve yet to read so over the next few weeks, I’m hoping to make a concerted effort to read more early modern drama. Not because I … Continue reading

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Reconnecting With Reading: A Letter to Terry Pratchett

‘My Lord… what is Death like?’ called the old man tremulously. ‘When I have investigated it fully, I will let you know,’ came the faintest of modulations on the breeze. ‘Yes,’ murmured the Loremaster. A thought struck him. ‘During daylight, … Continue reading

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