The Rest is Silence, by DreamThinkSpeak

We went to see DreamThinkSpeak‘s adaptation of Hamlet, The Rest is Silence, yesterday. Although, as Tristan said, it is at the other end of the spectrum of their work, I had a similar reaction to the play as I did to Before I Sleep – open-mouthed delight and amazement. We both did.

I don’t really want to give too much up about it – it runs for a bit longer still. I really hope to be able to work with DTS, as their take on audience engagement feels very relevant.

It was too windy for me to entertain any further ramblings, so we returned to base for food and warmth and general niceness. Somebody had burnt the candle and was a bit tired…

I finished subject Y026’s Kinovea markup this afternoon, so that is a little bit closer to where we need to be very soon. Lots to do.

We went for a walk in the early evening, and stopped at China Garden for a small meal. But alas, a long evening was not to be.

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