Month: March 2019

GOD OF CHAOS – The Drum Theatre, Theatre Royal Plymouth

12 March 2019 4**** It is no coincidence, I am sure, that this play is timed to open on the 30th anniversary of the submission of proposals for the web by its founder, Sir Tim Berners-Lee. To mark the occasion, Berners-Lee offered his thoughts on the current state of his invention. “I’m very concerned about nastiness …

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A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM – Bristol Tobacco Factory Theatres

2 March 2019 2** In his programme notes, Director Mike Tweddle says “..we’ve discovered a very political and dramatic story. There is so much at stake for the characters, who live in a society that is harsh and problematic. We wanted to make these high stakes as palpable as possible for a modern audience, so …

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