1. Performance by Paapa Essiedu, Tim Minchin, Benedict Cumberbatch, Dame Harriet Walter, David Tennant, Rory Kinnear, Sir Ian McKellen, Dame Judi Dench and HRH the Prince of Wales. Royal Shakespeare Company.

    # vimeo.com/174434551 Uploaded 195K Plays 8 Comments
  2. An ongoing series of Shakespeare soliloquies for the website ShakespeareUnplugged.com

    In the well- known "To be, or not to be:" soliloquy of William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet', the title character considers the implicates of either killing himself, or killing the king as instructed by his father, the ghost.

    Actors featured in this soliloquy are Robert Projansky, David Jackson, Ben Farmer, Lindsae Klein, and Jim Crino.

    # vimeo.com/45148804 Uploaded
  3. Professor Guy Claxton, speaking at the 2012 Graham Nuthall Annual Lecture: Traditional education aims to raise standards by any means, but we are coming to see that preparing young people for tests, and preparing them for life, are different goals. How do we deepen learning so that it systematically builds the learning dispositions that the next generation will need? As work on ‘key competencies’ and ‘21st century skills’ evolves it is becoming clearer just what it takes to raise standards in a way that helps kids be ready for anything.

    # vimeo.com/50513229 Uploaded
  4. Fyzické predstavenie na motívy rovnomennej knihy
    maďarského spisovateľa Lászla Krásznahorkaia a nemeckého maliara Maxa Neumanna

    Physical performance based on the book of the same title created by
    hungarian writer Lászlo Krásznahorkai and german painter Max Neumann / duet

    Telo jazyk maľba vyzvaní na apokalyptický súboj
    s pamäťou myšlienkami ideami a predstavami
    o ľudskom druhu o moci o Bohu o zmysloch o kráse snívania
    o láske vlkoch a iných zvieracích formách v nás
    zavýjanie tiel v priestore krutého času
    fyzické obrazy z výtvarného a textového sveta neopísateľných emócií
    stavov mysle jazyk a telo tlačení za hranice svojich vlastných pravidiel
    hra s nervovým systémom diváka.

    Body language painting called for the apocalyptic battle
    with memory thoughts ideas and imaginations
    on human kind on power on God on senses on beauty of dreaming
    on love wolves and other animal forms inside us
    howling of bodies in the space of cruel time
    physical images from fine arts and textual world
    of unspeakable emotions states of mind
    language and body pushed over the borders of their own rules
    game with the audience's nervous system.

    Premiered on the 13th and 14th December 2012 at Záhrada - Centrum pre nezávislú kultúru / Garden - Centre for independent culture (Banská Bystrica, Slovakia)
    Dĺžka predstavenia / Run time: 70 minutes bez prestávky / no interval

    # vimeo.com/77044296 Uploaded
  5. Video: Aljosa Rebolj & Dorijan Kolundzija
    directed by Tomaz Pandur
    music: Silence

    KING LEAR / Athens Greece / 4 / 2015

    Directed by Tomaž Pandur

    Adaptation by Livija Pandur

    Translated by George Kimoulis

    Dramaturgy Livija Pandur

    Set design Sven Jonke

    Costume design Felype de Lima

    Music by Silence

    Video by Dorijan Kolundžija

    Light design Juan Gomez Cornejo

    Sound design Mariano Garcia

    Photographer Aljoša Rebolj

    Casting and Assistant director Akis Gourzoulidis

    2nd Assistant director Konstantinos Tzathas


    George Kimoulis as King Lear,

    and Argiris Pantazaras, Stefania Goulioti, Kora Karvouni, Pinelopi Tsilika, George Gallos, Harry Tzortzakis, Prometheus Aliferopoulos

    and Adamandia and Zeta Mastrodouka, Zoi and Michaela Petraki, Nikoleta Faltseta, Vicky Rene Vronska Chatzilia

    # vimeo.com/125019833 Uploaded

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