‘Maybe, just maybe_ Good luck England!’ Football and the art of understatement

by Rashmee

Posted on July 11, 2021


/ TRAVELS IN MY MIND Walking past a shop, I saw the sign in the …

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Much ado about the Bard’s birth-day

by Rashmee

Posted on April 25, 2021


/ TRAVELS IN MY MIND April 23 was Shakespeare’s birthday. Allegedly. No one really …

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Immersive theatre Vs the real thing

by Rashmee

Posted on March 20, 2021


/FAITH, HOPE… An interesting experiment comes to an end today (March 20). The Royal Shakespeare …

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After Brexit, the French urge Europe to rethink the language of Shakespeare

by Rashmee

Posted on January 23, 2021


It’s not particularly surprising that the French sent up a trial balloon within a few …

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This second Elizabethan age is just as uncertain as the first. How we respond is up to us

by Rashmee

Posted on July 28, 2020 / The Focus


Like William Shakespeare, we live in an age of great uncertainty, King’s College law professor …

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India, extra-judicial murder, and the theatre of public cruelty

by Rashmee

Posted on December 7, 2019


What a twisted way to approach justice. I’m referring, of course, to the response by …

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In Tunisia, the Season of Love. And London’s Summer of Love continues into autumn

by Rashmee

Posted on September 1, 2017


Don’t know if you feel it, but love is in fashion. As a branding exercise …

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Shakespearean England was a theatre of cruelty. For 21st century India to become one is deeply sad

by Rashmee

Posted on July 1, 2017


Someone should invite Neil MacGregor to Lynchistan, sorry, India. The former director of the British …

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Rashmee has lived and worked in several countries in the past decade, including Afghanistan, India, Haiti, Tunisia, the UAE, US and UK