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Blogging with Titus Andronicus, part 2

At the end of last week I wrote about the RSC’s current production of Titus Andronicus and the blogging event to which I was fortunate enough to be invited. In that first post I put up a few clips I made … Continue reading

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Riots and Shakespeare’s ragged multitude

The riots that are currently spreading through UK cities are unprecedented. Mike Butcher, interviewed this morning on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme spoke of how mobile phones have become “weaponised”, and in an interesting turn of phrase he stated “thugs … Continue reading

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