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18-Aug-2017 - Theatre
KING LEAR REVIEW – POVERTY-STRICKEN SHAKESPEARE PUTS SPOTLIGHT ON HOMELESS‘No disco-dancing yet,” someone remarked in the interval. Given this theatre’s recent record of treating Shakespeare as a bitter pill that needs to be extensively sugared, that was a relief. But, while Nancy Meckler’s production is sober, chaste and decently spoken, it never fully capitalises on its central conceit. Source -           
18-Aug-2017 - Theatre
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL 2017: THE SHOWS WE RECOMMENDChris, an out-of-work plumber, starts an online relationship with data analyst Josh, who spends his spare time working for a charity that tells the truth about civilian casualties in Syria. The charity is short of cash and Josh has found a way to make money on the dark web. Soon Chris is involved too. But, even if it’s for a good cause, does the end always justify the means? The production may be basic but the knottiness of Rory Horne’s
18-Aug-2017 - Theatre
THE MAJORITY REVIEW – SOLO SHOW ASKS US TO VOTE ON ETHICAL ISSUESVoting is becoming the theatrical vogue. Recently Ferdinand von Schirach’s Terror asked the audience to decide whether it was morally right to shoot down a hijacked plane to prevent further loss of life. Now, this solo piece by Scottish performer Rob Drummond asks us to vote on a range of ethical issues culminating in the question of whether violence is a legitimate weapon of political protest. But, although the show
18-Aug-2017 - Sport
ENI ALUKO ' HUSH-MONEY ' CASE: FA BOWS TO PRESSURE AND REVEALS FINDINGS The Football Association has bowed to growing pressure surrounding the Eni Aluko “hush-money” case by revealing the reasons why the barrister they employed to investigate the matter cleared the England women’s team manager, Mark Sampson, of allegedly making a comment with “racial and prejudicial” connotations to the player. Source -         
18-Aug-2017 - Sport
TROLLIED BY TRUNCH: EDGBASTON FANS TOAST NEW DAY-NIGHT SCHEDULEAt a quarter to seven on Thursday evening, just as the sun was starting to dip and the shadows to stretch out towards the wicket, the ground staff switched on the floodlights and shortly after the players walked out for the final session.  Source -                  https://www.theguardian.com/sport/blog/2017/aug/17/trollied-trunch-
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