Main idea The main idea of this performance is based on the stimulus which was the song 7 years by Lukas Graham and the song is about his life, what he went through due to his biological father leaving when he was born and how at 7 years old he was told by his mother […]
Due to circumstances beyond our control, we have had to defer the external performance of your “Oh What a Lovely War!” piece until Tuesday 19th of June (a one week deferral). You will now be timetabled in lessons as normal tomorrow. Our apologies for the lateness of this notice.
MAIN IDEA: The main idea of this play is to get the message across that the war generals and propaganda made war seem like it was going to run smoothly and everyone will kill their oppositions. But the reality of war was: soldiers were sleeping in extremely poor conditions, in more detail; rats running across […]
PARAGRAPH 1 Macbeth: In the beginning of the play Macbeth, the emotions being portrayed are shocked and disbelief, Macbeth is told Banquo is going to be king and he himself will be the thane of Cawdor and he doesn’t like that. So he starts having a go at the witches complaining about why he has […]
There are a lot of people for and against the death penalty, but in my opinion the against people are just following the crowd and not really sticking up for themselves; perhaps they are just scared of what others are going to say and scared that they will be judged and that is one of […]
“yes , as sparrow eagles, or the hare the lion”- here macbeth really starts to show whats on his mind and how savage his thoughts are and he can compare to Scrooge because scrooges first outburst consists of some pretty spiteful things when he is asked to donate some money to a charity worker who […]
Macbeth: In the beginning, you can see that there is no visible flaws, but as if you pay attention to the way his friends talk about him being such a good leader and strong, noble warrior, others say he is a more cold and brutal warrior. By them saying he’s a cold warrior suggests to […]
Brian Woolland worked as a van driver, a helper on a farm, a wine merchant and a photographer; as a teacher in mainstream education and in a therapeutic community for maladjusted adolescents before becoming an Advisory Teacher for Drama. He then took up a post at the University of Reading. On the BA he taught […]