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It’s a post-apocalyptic Macbeth with beheadings and bloodiness to rival that of Game of Thrones…

You never forget your first Shakespeare soliloquy...if you're partial to The Bard. And I am. Etched in my memory bank from a blessed time at school is the recital in class and on paper of an entanglement, puzzle and conundrum of yesteryear's poetic word's of mirth, drama and tragedy. Ah, Shakespeare.

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Warhorse is a beautifully choreographed, poignant peek at the toll of war on man & beast

Warhorse is a beautifully choreographed, poignant peek at the toll of war on man and beast. The strength of love and loyalty is stretched beyond anything a man or horse should have to endure or could reason. The show is a slow-paced first half reflecting the simple rural life where tilling

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Evita – spiritual leader of the nation. Last night’s performance at Glasgow’s King’s Theatre

As with all icons and even family members and friends, the truth is sometimes glossed over to paint a flattering picture and retain a halo over a cherished memory. This is so true of one of Argentina's greatest ‘spiritual leaders of the nation’, Eva Peron. There is no denying she

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Of Mice and Men is a slow burner heart-warming and heart-breaking tale during the time of the Great Depression…last night’s show review

Of Mice and Men is a slow burner heart-warming and heart-breaking tale during the time of the Great Depression and a terrible drought in America's 'Dust Bowl' southern states which led to a mass migration to California. Two men making this arduous journey with hope of turning their life

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