To suit the Action to the Word, the Word to the Action


  1. Below you will find: Screen Scenes (film, tv, etc.); Performance Skills and Advice; Shakespeare; Miscellaneous (Edward Lear, the man who grew a forest, zap your brain!); DF on-line
  2. Screen Scenes – relating to Film, TV, etc.

  3. Why the world needs Val Kilmer…
  4. Performance Skills and Advice

  5. GREAT OFFER for course I can highly recommend!

    “COMMEDIA DELL’ARTE COURSE 26-27 MAY @ BATHGATE // SPECIAL OFFER- VALID UNTIL 15TH MAY // ONLY £100 IF YOU BOOK WITHIN THE NEXT 5 DAYS. // TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE (Book with a friend and you will pay only £75 each!) // Don’t miss this opportunity! // Possibility to be part of our interactive exhibition at the Festival Fringe 2012!

    For more information and booking
    valentina.albertario@charioteertheatre.co.uk
    Tel. 07765 096709

    Spread the voice and invite your friends!!!”

  6. Shakespeare

  7. World Shakespeare Festival and a new sonnet for Shakespeare…
  8. Mark Ravenhill’s Sonnet for Shakespeare

    I envy you. Your world was new, unmapped,
    The language that you wrote in barely fixed;
    You were Shagsbeer or Shaxpeer – whatever
    Form your Will-full pen chose to take each day;
    Great continents of human thought and heart
    Were not yet owned by any national tongue
    And were yours to chart, conquer, describe, sell:
    You made an empire of our language in your Globe.
    And now we rush to patent every cell
    Of being: we brand ourselves with jingles,
    Every word we speak or write is trade
    And our little lives are ended with a deal.
    You taught us language and there’s profit on’t
    But still a greater possibility – to curse.

  9. Miscellaneous

  10. 12th May was the 200th anniversary of the birth of the brilliant Edward Lear…
  11. DF On-line

Comments on: "What’s been catching the DF Eye…" (3)

  1. Why doesn’t this web site operate in Chrome? I had to switch to firefox to see the information. Not a huge deal, but bothersome for someone that despises having to use firefox. I wouldn’t
    care, however I actually wanted to find out more.

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    • I am sorry that you seem to be having problems, Jenny, but I only use this site in Chrome – with no problems – and have had no-one else mention this, so the fault is unlikely to be with this blog. All the best in exploring this!

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