Any stuff about Shakespeare's plays, theatre itself, The Globe Theatre especially and brilliant actors of all times... Аnd many other things or objets d'art.

 

leprincelointain:

Arthur Rackham (1867-1939), “Queen Mab, Who Rules in the Garden” (Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens par J.M. Barrie) - 1906

leprincelointain:

Arthur Rackham (1867-1939), “Queen Mab, Who Rules in the Garden” (Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens par J.M. Barrie) - 1906

aleyma:

Coat of Arms of Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford and Viscount Beauchamp of Hache. From Wroxton Abbey in Oxfordshire, England, c.1543-47 (source).

aleyma:

Coat of Arms of Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford and Viscount Beauchamp of Hache. From Wroxton Abbey in Oxfordshire, England, c.1543-47 (source).

aleyma:

Coat of Arms of Catherine Parr, Queen of England. From Wroxton Abbey in Oxfordshire England, c.1543-47 (source).

aleyma:

Coat of Arms of Catherine Parr, Queen of England. From Wroxton Abbey in Oxfordshire England, c.1543-47 (source).

mediumaevum:

  1. Ottonian crown on display at Essen’s cathedral treasury, ca. 1100. Long believed to be the infant crown of king of Romans Otto III
  2. Long called the Crown of St. Louis and thought to have been made in Paris, the Crown of Liège, acquired by the Louvre in 1947, is now known to be a Mosan piece (late 13th century)
  3. Crown of Elizabeth Kotromanic (born ca. 1339) in Zadar, given by Louis I of Hungary
ntlive:

We’re wishing broken legs to all involved in tonight’s press performance of Medea at the National Theatre. We can’t wait for our 4 Sept broadcast!Book now Here’s a sneak peek of what’s in store…

ntlive:

We’re wishing broken legs to all involved in tonight’s press performance of Medea at the National Theatre. We can’t wait for our 4 Sept broadcast!

Book now 

Here’s a sneak peek of what’s in store…

british-history:

The Battle of Shrewsbury
21 July 1403
It was on this day in British history, 21 July 1403, that King Henry IV prevailed at the Battle of Shrewsbury. The Lancastrian army defeated rebel forces led by Henry “Hotspur” Percy of Northumberland. It was the first time that English archers fought one another on English soil, and is seen as a demonstration of the deadly effectiveness of the English longbow.

british-history:

The Battle of Shrewsbury

21 July 1403

It was on this day in British history, 21 July 1403, that King Henry IV prevailed at the Battle of Shrewsbury. The Lancastrian army defeated rebel forces led by Henry “Hotspur” Percy of Northumberland. It was the first time that English archers fought one another on English soil, and is seen as a demonstration of the deadly effectiveness of the English longbow.