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Tag Archives: Vanessa Redgrave

Vanessa Redgrave on why she was ready to die: ‘Trying to live was getting too tiring’ | Stage | The Guardian

The legendary actor, 79, on ageing, religion, human rights and the notorious Oscars speech that stalled her Hollywood career Source: Vanessa Redgrave on why she was ready to die: ‘Trying … Continue reading

06/13/2016 · 2 Comments

Archive Exhibition Review • THE REDGRAVES: a family on the public stage

A crowded reception at the Theatre Museum on Tuesday night launched a new exhibition based on the personal archive of Sir Michael Redgrave, which was acquired for the nation thanks to … Continue reading

03/03/2016 · Leave a comment

Royal Shakespeare Company’s plans for 2016 | The Shakespeare blog

All the large Shakespeare organisations are celebrating the four-hundredth anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in 2016 with events to show that Shakespeare is universal, appealing to people of all ages and … Continue reading

01/18/2016 · Leave a comment

Archive Interview • ALAN DOBIE • Waiting for Godot • 2005

While everyone around me was drawn to the Pierre Bezuhov of Anthony Hopkins in Jack Pullman’s masterly dramatisation of Tolstoy’s War and Peace for the BBC in 1972, I was … Continue reading

08/31/2015 · 8 Comments