HM THEMES

schweppesteaandsympathy:

globefan:

Titus andronicus pics (c) simon kane

I have this fever called shakespeare can’t stop won’t stop

Ain’t no fever like a Shakespeare fever

a-n-g-i:

snowprincess-kittykolorz:

all-hearts-r-broken:

Tom in Coriolanus (NTL) so sorry for make you all cry!

Oh dear

It makes it even worse, that apparently crying from your left eye first, means it’s from something painful (as opposed to something happy from the right side first)…so Tom must have been thinking of something painful, to make himself cry…

a-n-g-i:

snowprincess-kittykolorz:

all-hearts-r-broken:

Tom in Coriolanus (NTL) so sorry for make you all cry!

Oh dear

It makes it even worse, that apparently crying from your left eye first, means it’s from something painful (as opposed to something happy from the right side first)…so Tom must have been thinking of something painful, to make himself cry…

How, away ?

cosmiccelery:

formaldejekyll:

This can mean one of several things:

1. Insulting someone so cleverly and backhandedly that they can’t call you out on it

2. Pretending to be crazy when you’re perfectly sane

3. Stabbing some dude behind an arras

4. Actually going batshit crazy

5. Procrastinating on something for so long that it’s no longer an issue

6. Get really offended when someone says a “your mom” joke

7. Second-guessing yourself to death

yeahwriters:

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Marking the 450th Anniversary of William Shakespeare’s Birth

For more photos from the sites of William’s Shakespeare life, explore the Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Globe Theater and Shakespeare’s Grave location pages.

Every year at the end of April, a celebration of the life and works of the great playwright William Shakespeare takes place in the market town of Stratford-upon-Avon, England. Shakespeare was born there in 1564 and cultural celebrations in Stratford’s streets, with entertainers, street performers and traditional Morris dancers, go back hundreds of years.

From his plays to his sonnets, Shakespeare’s extensive works have produced a legacy of characters, ideas, histories and, of course, words—it is thought he contributed more than 2,000 to the English language. His plays are a staple on many school curriculums, and continue to be reinterpreted on stage, rewritten in fiction and retold on screen.

The man himself is still very much a mystery and few details exist about his private life. Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway with whom he bore three children, before relocating to London to pursue his acting and writing career. He died at the age of 52 on April 23, 1616—a date which fell very near to his birthday in the same month (the exact date is unknown).

This year marks the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth and, on Saturday, a special procession will take place in Stratford, ending with celebrants laying flowers on Shakespeare’s grave in the Holy Trinity Church. The world-renowned Royal Shakespeare Company will also host a full program of shows.

Damn Shakespeare, you old.

joe-made-this:

23.4.2014

joe-made-this:

23.4.2014

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Anonymous:
You're fabulous <3

Thank you, lovely. (Today is really hard so thank you times six billion…)