Mind the Advent 2020

After a break in 2019, I decided to revive #MindTheAdvent for 2020 – and of course focused on the array of online theatre that proliferated from March onwards… #MindTheAdvent Day 1: I have to begin with the show that started it all… @TSMGOnlineLive's The Two Gentlemen of Verona! Little did we all know how TSMGO would take […]

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The Show Must Go Online: “Very proud of our 50/50 gender split and diverse casting”

People get incredibly excited about casting announcements, but very rarely do they trace things back to the people who put these casts together. The tide now may (finally) be turning, however, as several awards ceremonies now have added prizes for casting – such as BAFTA in both its film and television awards (Shayna Markowitz winning […]

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Day 7: Shakespeare and Remembrance

For my final evening of challenge week I thought it was only right that I head to the Globe, especially as they were putting on a Remembrance-based event to mark the centenary of Armistice Day: Shakespeare and Remembrance (“The harsh and boist’rous tongue of war”). Now, this is more my fault than anything, but I […]

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Titus Andronicus

Often labelled as ‘Shakespeare’s bloodiest play’, Titus Andronicus has been reimagined by the Time Zone Theatre Company and is partway through a run at the Rose Playhouse, Bankside. Running at approximately 90 minutes, straight through, it is a whirlwind trip across a tale of violence and revenge. Set in the late days of the Roman […]

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