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Rogues & Vagabonds · 2d ago

From Olivier’s dance of death to Picasso’s Quixote: the National Theatre’s poster power | Stage | The Guardian

An exhibition of highlights from the NT’s archive triggers memories of striking productions and shows how the poster imprints a play on the public’s imagination Source: From Olivier’s dance ...
Rogues & Vagabonds · 6d ago

“I get bored with actors talking about themselves.” – Art of Quotation

“I get bored with actors talking about themselves.” — Alan Rickman, actor, English Source: “I get bored with actors talking about themselves.” – Art of QuotationFiled under: Quotes, Televisi...
Rogues & Vagabonds · 1W ago

Piaf and Cocteau: Les Enfants Terribles | A R T L▼R K

When I write I disturb. When I make a film I disturb. When I paint I disturb. When I exhibit my paintings I disturb, and I disturb if I don’t. … Continue reading →
Rogues & Vagabonds · 1W ago

The Gallery of Achievers: The Inescapable Sarah Bernhardt | Victorian Paris

Be a little careless in your hearing and when I give you my name, it sounds as if I’m saying, Sarah Bernhardt. I love it. Perhaps I’d have done better if I’d … Continue reading →
Rogues & Vagabonds · 2W ago

Bernard Kops, Poet, Novelist & Playwright | Spitalfields Life

“It’s amazing I have lived so long, after all the drugs that I have taken in my life!” declared Bernard Kops with a certain genial alacrity – speaking now as a … Continue reading →
Rogues & Vagabonds · 2W ago

Quote • ALAN DOBIE on PETER HALL on GODOT

“As he gets older, he does this wonderful thing, which is why I always like working with him — he never has a pre-conceived notion of how he’s going to … Continue reading →
Rogues & Vagabonds · 2W ago

RIP Harry Dean Stanton! A Great Actor! A Class Act! An American Original… – johnrieber

Just before I went into hospital, this great American actor died. Farewell, Harry! RIP Harry Dean Stanton… One of Hollywood’s most interesting, unique and singular talents passed away at the...
Rogues & Vagabonds · 2W ago

Quote • LIVE THEATRE v FOOTBALL MATCHES • Surprising

I have been in hospital for two weeks, hence the gap in transmission. ‘More people watch live theatre every year than Premier League football matches.’ Libby Purves, @RadioTimes  Originally ...
Rogues & Vagabonds · 2W ago

Benjamin Whitrow obituary | Stage | The Guardian

‘Benjamin Whitrow has never given a bad performance,” said Laurence Olivier, who employed the actor in his National Theatre company at the Old Vic for seven years in the late 1960s. By … Con...
Rogues & Vagabonds · 2W ago

The March on Russia, Orange Tree Theatre review – vividly funny amid the bleakness

The late David Storey spoke movingly, elsewhere on The Arts Desk, of his sense of overwhelming powerlessness at the challenge of accepting his father’s death. “I was quite racked by his … Co...