Cupid and Psyche: A Play in Blank Verse (2009) – How I love Thee, Tale as Old as Time

Now this one was a discovery I am ever so thankful for! A search for something mythological, with the addition of one of the oldest tales ever told, told anew in this play that is so exquisitely made with such prose (Blank verse for those who don't know) that it makes the story both familiar … Continue reading Cupid and Psyche: A Play in Blank Verse (2009) – How I love Thee, Tale as Old as Time

Much Ado About Nothing (2011) – Sizzlingly Fun and Entertaining Shakespeare with Tennant and Tate

This is my favourite adaptation of Shakespeare's work simply because it's so accessible and immensely quotable with lines fit to burn anyone you dislike by the first scene alone. Add to already a play filled with sarcasm, burns and David Tennant ¬†and Catherine Tate with the loose sun bathed British in the 1980s and you … Continue reading Much Ado About Nothing (2011) – Sizzlingly Fun and Entertaining Shakespeare with Tennant and Tate

King Charles III – A “What If” of Shakespearean Proportions

"The Queen is dead. Long live the King!" those words shall be uttered one day and Great Britain will mourn along with many more people. This story takes it to another level and looks at what could happen when Charles is crowned king. Summary: Queen Elizabeth II is dead. Long live King Charles III. With … Continue reading King Charles III – A “What If” of Shakespearean Proportions