Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company live: Romeo & Juliet

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I have been looking forward to this play ever since the Kenneth Branagh company announced their year in theatre last year.  I’ve tried to convince my cousin earlier this year ,when we went to London, to try to fit in this play in our schedule. But since there were only two seats available and they were not next to each other, he decided to pass on it.  I was not overly upset about not seeing it live since I knew it was going to be broadcasted in the cinema just over a month later.

The other reason I wanted to see this play was because I had seen the chemistry between Richard Madden and Lily James already when they were the romantic leads in Cinderella. I was hoping that this chemistry would show up in Romeo & Juliet even more.

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Bastille Day

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I only learned about this film because ever since it was announced to play in Belgian theatres, a friend of mine asked if we could go see it. It took us some time to finally find a moment that we both had time to see it. A few weeks after the release it was only playing as the last film on Saturdays and some other days during the week. So we thought up the plan to see a double feature. First, finally go see Huntsman: Winter’s war and because we were already at the cinema at that moment just see it then.

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