Hamlet: The Video Game (The Stage Show): Q&A with Kathleen Burns

Hamlet

Shakespeare with tentacles, teenage sex, dead bodies galore, and nerf guns. Yup, you heard right. Hamlet: The Video Game (The Stage Show) is on now at The Court Theatre until June 24, and it is nothing like the Shakespeare you learnt at school. Kathleen Burns is one of the cast, and we had a chance […]

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The Mikado: A very modern comedy

People people-watching in bustling New Regent Street, folks out and about in their finery, and a sea of black and white as those carrying black instrument cases make their way towards an unassuming looking back entrance off Gloucester Street - New Zealand Opera is back at the Isaac Theatre Royal, and this time it's for their 2017 production […]

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What languages do you speak?

World Languages collection

There are approximately 6900 languages in the world today. That's right - six thousand, nine hundred! That's A LOT of different languages! How many of them can you speak? We all learn a language when we are born. That's our 'mother language' - we pick it up from our family and friends, and learn it without too much effort. […]

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Pippi Longstocking – 70 years young, and still going strong

Pippi

I remember reading Astrid Lindgren's Pippi Longstocking as a child, and thinking what a wonderful, exciting life this nine-year-old girl had. With no adults to tell her what to do, a pet monkey and horse who lived in her house, and two good friends who lived right next door with whom she could have adventures every […]

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