‘Hamlet’, Harold Pinter Theatre

There’s a heatwave in London, and Hamlet’s not coping. Here’s the rundown: the palace is more penthouse, with a multi-purpose conservatory-like structure – sometimes a hallway, wardrobe, but mainly a recurring memory of Claudius and Gertrude’s wedding on the patio. Hamlet and Ophelia are an item, and Hamlet is drowning in a grief-stricken psychosis over…

Sunday Round Up #21

When was the last time you looked through the sites you follow? Feel free to join in and link back to this post! Maybe I’ll discover some new blogs along the way… Otherwise, stick around, you might find something new! Sincerely Sunny There are two sides to Sunny’s site: “dating in the twenty-first century“, and…

Alpine Fresco (Photo Challenge Best Of)

Focus is a weird thing. There’s the practical version. In trying to capture the sky and its alpine horizon by focussing the lens in the twilight, I caught this. Has a weirdly biblical vibe going on, huh? And then there’s the mental version. When you don’t have a consistent schedule, it can sap all available…

The Playwright’s (unofficial) Guide: Home Truths

Every story begins differently. Sometimes it’s an image. Sometimes you’re led by a character. Sometimes, if you’re really lucky, you might already have a plot from start to finish (this is the rarest, so consider it the holographic Charizard of the literary world: not many people have it, and those that do won’t let you…