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Entitled Arms and the Man, the season will include four new plays by Simon Armitage, Richard Bean, Howard Brenton and David Eldridge. There will also be new productions of Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra, Julius Caesar and The Comedy of Errors.
Here, The Independent exclusively reveals their work Lamorna Tregenza Reid, 12, Penzance She was inspired to write after finding her grandmother's poetry books in the attic, which included DH Lawrence...Notes on a Piano In the candlelight of a
Archive Recent Posts September 26 In the third example of our new Text to Text feature, we pair a passage from The Scarlet Letter with a recent Op-Ed article that, together, invite discussion on societal attitudes toward female sexuality. September
01 am Wikimedia Commons Journeys and destinations are the focus of this Poetry Pairing . It features a poem about San Francisco by Simon Armitage, Avalon , and Emily Brennan's interview with Mr. Armitage, Walking That Long Trailing Leg of Britain.'
Search 1,000+ destinations Q&A Walking That Long Trailing Leg of Britain' Heather Elton via Newscom The South West Coast Path near Lynmouth, England. Published: August 20, 2013 On Aug. 29, the English poet Simon Armitage will set off to walk England'
His book made many readers want to hike that route themselves, which bewildered me. Paul Wolfgang Webster Simon Armitage My take-away from A Walk in the Woods is that, unless you are Mark Sanford, the former South Carolina governor, hiking the
Journey Invite friends to discover what they are reading by connecting to Facebook. Connect with friends on Facebook and start sharing new and exciting content...Karen comes to Wellington fresh from appearances at the Cork Poetry Festival and
Poetry in motion Simon Armitage hopes to 'barter' his way over 260 miles. Photograph: Eamonn McCabe for the Guardian Armitage, recovered from the challenge of walking the Pennine Way in 2010, will set out from Minehead on 29 August, intending to
Poetry was entrancing 30 January 2013 Last updated at 02:54 ET Writers Seamus Heaney and Simon Armitage have been speaking to the BBC about their love of poetry. In an interview with the Today programme's James Naughtie, Seamus Heaney remembered how
Writers can submit their work in development and hope to win a share of the £40,000 prize fund. Here's a northern view to inspire you: Beeston castle in Cheshire Photograph: Martin Wainwright for the Guardian Created in 2000 by the literature