The problem with this production is not in its cast, but in its source material. Meredith Wilson’s 1963 Broadway adaptation is outdated.
Over the past two weeks, I have been volunteering at a local secondary school to gain experience as an English Teaching Assistant...
If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things by Jon McGregor. Autumn by Ali Smith. Confessions by Jean Jacques Rousseau. De Profundis by Oscar Wilde. I know why the caged bird sings by Maya Angelou. The Bluets by Maggie Nelson. A Body Undone by Christina Crosby. The Baghdad Blog by Salam Pax.
Francis Ford Coppola, The Godfather. Martin Scorsese, The Aviator. Micelangelo Antonioni, L'Aventura. Noah Baunbach, The Meyerowitz Stories. The Duffer Brothers, Stranger Things (Season 2). Kenneth Branagh, Murder on the Orient Express. Damien Chazelle, La La Land.Beyoncé Knowles, Lemonade - a visual album. Alfred Hitchcock, The Lady Vanishes. Arthur Christmas. Nativity. White Christmas. Battle of the Sexes. Molly's Game.
27/08/2017 - Ever-After Dance Spectacular at the Symphony Hall (The Swing Ear dance company and The Jim Wyn Swing Orchestra) 31/08/2017 - Yerma (NT Live) directed by Simon Stone 2/09/2017 - The Wind and the Willows (Chapterhouse Theatre) adapted by Laura Turner Miracle on 34th Street at the New Alexandra Theatre A Christmas Carol at the … Continue reading Theatre Watch List
Paired by their love of the swinging forties, Birmingham based dance company The Swing Era joined forces with The Jim Wynn Swing Orchestra (also Birmingham based) for an evening of swing music and lindy hopping at the Symphony Hall this August Bank Holiday Weekend.
In second semester at University, I wrote a prose/poetry collection called Madly about anxiety and depression.
My accompanying essay for my short story One Night in Florence was printed as a booklet, a travel document that detailed how and why I came to write the piece.
Dear Reader, I fear that romanticism is dead.
Amanda poured herself a third glass of wine and sat down by the window. The worn wooden shutters swayed gently in the evening breeze, knocking on the wall of the hotel like fingers tapping impatiently on a table.