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

Tapestry of Bronze: Jocasta: The Mother-Wife of Oedipus – Life of The Cursed in Love

We all know the tragic tale of Oedipus, it has been made in to plays in ancient times and in the present. Heck! Freud named a complex after him and in true character to the ancient greek stories this is a tale both of misery and happiness with a squick factor. Summary: Jocasta is to … Continue reading Tapestry of Bronze: Jocasta: The Mother-Wife of Oedipus – Life of The Cursed in Love

The Borgias – Season 1 – The First Act of A Deadly Decedent Drama

The Medici's may have been the godfather's of the Renaissance in family terms, but the Borgia's were The Godfather's in the terms of Mario Puzo. A family whose reputation of debauchery, murder, politics and possible incest have gone in to legend. Famous for their infamy they are the perfect historical family to have a show … Continue reading The Borgias – Season 1 – The First Act of A Deadly Decedent Drama