Julius Caesar at The Bridge Theatre

Nicholas Hytner’s production of Julius Caesar at the Bridge Theatre has received a staggering amount of praise, and rightly so. One of the first at the new theatre which benefits from a beautiful view over the river Thames, it is a production that captivates, immerses, and impresses. What is so admirable about the production, though, … Continue reading Julius Caesar at The Bridge Theatre

Henry VIII, David Davis and Democracy

Within the United Kingdom, law takes two forms: primary legislation and secondary legislation. The first of which is the law which you’re undoubtedly aware of, i.e. Parliament debates the act and once a majority agrees on its form, it becomes a statute of Parliament. These acts, however, can often form but an outline that requires … Continue reading Henry VIII, David Davis and Democracy