Catching my breath

2nd July 2012

I was in a very rainy Glasgow over the weekend at the International Screen Studies Conference. Back in London today, I am looking forward to a month or so when I can finally do some writing, reading and viewing. This feels like a time to catch my breath after the production of Julius Caesar and Shakespeare’s Sonnets, which have meant that the last few months have been fairly hectic – and I still have lots to reflect on from both experiences (some of which I intend to post here).

There is so much to see (and to blog about), including Saturday’s Richard II (on iPlayer for a month) and then the two parts of Henry IV (above) which I’ll catch at BFI Southbank tonight. I am really keen too to return to The Space, to see (and blog about) much of what I have been missing there, and to continue working my way through the wonderful Globe to Globe recordings. I want too to get to dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel and I have one or two other small adventures scheduled across the summer.

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