It's really amazing to me that I haven't seen Richard Armitage on a movie screen since The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies was out in 2014. But what a great experience it was on the weekend to see The Crucible larger than life and to even meet up with a fellow fan! My older son … Continue reading Theatre at the Movies: The Crucible
Here is more evidence that my viewing choices are not mainstream... Above is the "crowd" just before the same-day "as live" broadcast of Yaël Farber's Salomé, part of the National Theatre Live project. In fact several of the people who did show up to see it walked out before it was over and I can't say I blame … Continue reading Theatre at the Movies – Salomé
Watching theatre at the movies is great fun, and I did just that on this Saturday past. I had a ticket for a really nice neighbourhood cinema, where I saw the 50th anniversary production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. National Theatre Live films several plays per year, showing them in cinemas across the world while the show is still … Continue reading Theatre at the Movies – Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
Thank you Esther, for nominating me for a Liebster Award. As this involves answering a series of questions, I took the liberty of finishing the RA Challenge questions first! The rules to be followed are: Thank the person who nominated you and link their blog into your post. Answer 11 questions which you have been asked … Continue reading Liebster Award Nomination – Thanks!
Lately, the internet has been rife with speculation about Richard Armitage's next theatre project. Much of the talk has him in a London performance of Yaël Farber's adaptation, Oedipus to Antigone, likely to be staged in 2018. Recent tweets and interviews have added fuel to the fire, and die-hard fans have begun planning trips to … Continue reading Oedipus and Antigone