Monthly Archives: October 2010


Went to see Lucy Prebble’s Enron last night at the Lowry. A really imaginative production which takes a potentially dry subject and makes it a great night at the theatre by an inventive use of story, dialogue, sets and lighting. The lighting was p… Continue reading

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George Bernard Shaw on Shakespeare

“There are moments when one asks despairingly why our stage should ever have been cursed with this ‘immortal’ pilferer of other men’s stories and ideas, with his monstrous rhetorical fustian, his unbearable platitudes, his pretentious reduction of… Continue reading

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