If 2017 was the year of the woman, it was the year of one very specific kind of woman.
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Rise of a demagogue He was allowed into the city by an admiral and a general, and immediately inflamed passions against elites
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Something Rotten ends its Broadway runs January 1st. What's next for you? Me, Rob and Josh are going out on tour. We start
Dem O'Crats prepare for battle. Queen Melania, the Slav(e)nian, appears in a different outfit in every scene. Her tongue
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After landing at Heathrow, I stopped to see Hatfield House, the childhood home of Queen Elisabeth I, and a great example
The Shakespeare update starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes captured a generation transfixed by MTV.
Have you always wanted to live during the time of William Shakespeare, when you could actually attend one of his plays and
As the 4th Centenary of Shakespeare's death draws to a close I'm wondering whether humanity has really changed over the past 400 years? Is there now more happiness, fulfilment and peace on our planet? If there is, it's hard to see.
ACT's King Charles III: A Brilliant 'Future History' of Britain, in a Less-Than-Affecting Production
That's a wordy way of getting to my feeling that Bartlett's text -- a vision of Great Britain's royal family and the British
Some six hundred years ago in medieval England, feverish xenophobia swept through the population as 64,000 foreigners, from