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Brazil (1985)

Brazil (1985) – Sci-Fi

Directed by: Terry Gilliam

Written by: Terry Gilliam, Tom Stoppard, Charles McKeown

Starring: Jonathan Pryce, Robert De Niro, Kim Greist 791 more words

Movies

Funny thing the brain is

We have had such wonderful weather over the weekend that Biscuit has been on some lovely long hacks. My mum took him out yesterday and was pleasantly surprised with how well he went : ) We have been upping the distance of the hacks with prolonged trotting and cantering in my case, to help support his schooling. 452 more words

Biscuit's Training

“Shall I compare thee to a summer day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate…”

Sonnet 18, Line 1-2

William Shakespeare

To be honest, I can’t actually believe it’s taken me this long to see the stage production of Shakespeare in Love, … 610 more words

Review

The Stoppard Problem

To ask the hard question is simple:
Asked at a meeting
With the simple glance of acquaintance
To what these go
And how these do; 970 more words

Theatre Reviews

The Cinemibus Podcast: Episode 2 - Superheroes, Musicals, and Tom Stoppard

https://archive.org/download/Episode2_20150417/Episode-2.mp3

In which we desperately try to spin a slow news week into an interesting conversation and end up talking about Jesus Christ Superstar…listen to find out how, though I can’t guarantee that will help.

Cinemibus Podcast

ARCADIA at the Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham

ARCADIA by Tom Stoppard at the Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham was very dull. Lizzie Spooner and I did not care about any of the characters at all. 71 more words

Theatre

Review – Arcadia, Oxford Playhouse, 14th April 2015

Tom Stoppard. A dramatist for whom I have immense respect. As a teenager who used to devour play texts like nobody’s business I did my best to keep up to date with all his works. 1,339 more words

Chris Sparkle