Month: October 2017

Victory Condition

  On Friday 20 October 2017,  I saw Chris Thorpe’s Victory Condition at the Royal Court. This is a double hander with Sharon Duncan-Brewster and Jonjo O’Neill.  it is only 55 minutes long, and a play that required the audience to listen to catch every word to make the words matter.  It was an experience…

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Ophelia in the Sky

  On Monday 17th October, I looked up into the sky and saw the sepia sky.   it was a sky of a strangeness in colour that heralded the ‘green girl’, Ophelia. On her way was the girl who ‘mermaid-like’ was pulled to her ‘muddy death’. A storm in the court of Elsinore. A storm in the cold…

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Clifton Walk

The landscape is now being touched by ochres and oranges, with dabs of red.  It’s the time of year when the sun still shines and it can be still warm.  I really love this time of year, but there is also a feeling of foreboding as one wind and the trees will become bare, all…

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