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A Midsummer Night’s Dream review – the Globe’s giddy return

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A donkey-shaped piñata dangles above the stage. It’s a decent metaphor for this play’s colourful, sweet-centred festivities amid destruction. A Midsummer Night’s Dream chimes with lockdown nightmares of confinement an...

A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Cruise review – a tale of two audiences

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As if by magic, after nights of rain, the clouds lifted for the re-opening of the Globe. Bien, A Midsummer Night’s Dream is Shakespeare’s climate-change play. The groundlings did not need the theatre’s ponchos but the...

Midsummer 5k swim challenge coaxing UK ‘off the couch’

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With gyms in Britain shut for much of last year almost a million people downloaded an NHS-backed fitness app over three months in an attempt to get up off the sofa and out for a run. In subsequent lockdowns wild swimm...

Midsummer mystery on a walk in Herefordshire’s Twin Valleys

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What makes a great long distance walk? The UK has more than 1,600 with more popping up every year. Some are geographically obvious: ridge lines and riverside rambles that jump off the map. But what about the rest? Whi...