Post Tagged with: "Rome"

Coriolanus Takes Center Stage

February 7, 2014 11:00 am0 comments
Coriolanus Takes Center Stage

Review of Coriolanus at Donmar Warehouse, London, 30/01/2014 On the 30th of January, Coriolanus broadcast live around the world from the Donmar Warehouse in London. The Shakespearean play is one of the least known amongst his work, and scepticism has haunted many views surrounding the play as to how the dramatic […]

Read more ›

Walking on the Border

January 25, 2013 12:15 pm0 comments
Walking on the Border

Holding the phone pressed up against my ear I look at the small and blurred image that has appeared on the screen of my computer. Dr Hoffmann, on the other end of the line, is telling me that what I see in the picture she has just e-mailed me, is […]

Read more ›

Sympathy for the New Pharaoh

December 1, 2012 11:13 am2 comments
Sympathy for the New Pharaoh

Mohammed Mursi has recently given himself sweeping powers, leading to international condemnation for being a ‘New Pharaoh’, a potential despot even worse than Hosni Mubarack. There’s serious protesting again in Tahrir Square, and opposition growing against Mursi’s police. International powers are preparing to condemn the development.   After all, everyone remembers […]

Read more ›

When In Rome…An Affordable City Guide

August 22, 2012 1:16 pm0 comments
When In Rome…An Affordable City Guide

As we have had one of the worst Summers in British history, it is inevitable that minds across the nation are going to wander onto ideas of hotter climates and foreign jaunts. Rome is the perfect destination for a short city break; not too far, delicious food, historical sites, cultural […]

Read more ›