• ‘I Think He Was Called Rosalind’ @ NNT Quarantine Season

    Abigail Whitehead reviews 'I Think He Was Called Rosalind' @ NNT Quarantine Season...
  • The Curtain Call (Season 1) – ‘I Think He Was Called Rosalind’

    Daisy Forster In the final episode of this season, Daisy chats with Tara Anegada, Chiara Crompton and Sophie Curtis to head behind the scenes of ‘I Think He Was Called Rosalind’, a reimagining of Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’. ‘I Think He Was Called Rosalind’ will be broadcast on...
  • [The Fall of] Julius Caesar @ NNT

    “How many ages hence shall this our lofty scene be acted over?” asks the character of Cassius in William Shakespeare’s timeless "(The Fall of) Julius Caesar". The answer is for many ages, most recently by the Nottingham New Theatre for the entirely online quarantine season....
  • To Become A King Is To Become A Killer @ NNT

    ‘Within five years of Scotland voting yes to independence, the King is murdered, and the country is thrown into panic. Those watching the events unfold from both inside and outside begin to question: Can the young monarchy survive such a brutal murder? And who would hate the King enough...
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream @ NNT

    Nottingham’s New Theatre’s performance of ‘A Midsummer nights dream’, adapted by Tara Anegada, was certainly one for the history books with its unique approach....
  • Valentine’s Locations: Europe

    As Love Actually once stated, “love, really is all around us” or, if not, the competition to book a restaurant for the infamous ‘V-Day’ definitely is. Valentine’s Day is one of the most diversely celebrated events around the world, but where are the most romantic places to travel in...
  • Style Icon – Leonardo DiCaprio in Romeo + Juliet

    I don’t know about you, but I’m still hung up over Baz Lurhmann’s 1996 masterpiece, Romeo + Juliet. Young Claire Danes and a pre-Titanic Leonardo DiCaprio? Exquisite cinematography? An amazing 90’s-inspired soundtrack? A love story intertwined with a mafia crime family narrative? Original Shakespearean dialogue in a contemporary setting?...