The Three Musketeers: A Comedy Adventure | Theatre Royal Winchester

This was an extravagantly delightful display of coruscating ludic pyrotechnics and sustained intellectual and physical athleticism. Pure entertainment performed with unrelenting energy and an infectious lightness of touch. We enjoyed the ride!LJ

From Le Navet Bete, award-winning creators of smash-hit shows Dracula: The Bloody Truth and Dick Tracy, comes a hilarious new comedy adventure that will have you rolling with laughter from here to the French countryside.
Armed only with a baguette and his questionable steed, join hot-headed D’Artagnan as he travels to Paris full of childish excitement and misplaced bravado to become a Musketeer.
Will things go to plan? It’s unlikely. With four actors and over 30 characters, this will be their most hilariously chaotic adventure yet!
— Read on www.theatreroyalwinchester.co.uk/whats-on/three-musketeers-comedy-adventure

Amy Chua – Wikipedia

Amy Chua – Wikipedia
— Read on en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amy_Chua

In her discussion with Anne McElvoy on the podcast “The Economist Asks” Amy Chua offers some wise and unusually balanced insights into the problematic schism entailed by identity politics and the damage caused to the “connective tissue” holding heterogeneous societies such as the USA and the UK together.

The Economist asks: Have identity politics gone too far? | The Economist asks on acast

Tribalism has always existed, but is now playing a far more pivotal role in society: from the rise of gender and ethnic affiliation, to nationalist parties in Europe and even the appeal of Donald Trump. Amy Chua, author of “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother” and “Political Tribes”, explains why the politics of sharp-edged identities have become so powerful.For information regarding your data privacy, visitacast.com/privacy
— Read on play.acast.com/s/theeconomistasks/eed21a66-66ac-4463-8f46-f107aec42d8a

Ernest Dowson

Vitae Summa Brevis Spem Nos Vetat Incohare Longam

The brief sum of life forbids us the hope of enduring long. –Horace

They are not long, the weeping and the laughter,
Love and desire and hate:
I think they have no portion in us after
We pass the gate.

They are not long, the days of wine and roses:
Out of a misty dream
Our path emerges for a while, then closes
Within a dream.