Liz Lochhead’s play Blood and Ice was first performed at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August It was later. Buy Blood and Ice (NHB Modern Plays) (Nick Hern Books) Revised by Liz Lochhead (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices. And so I wonder what she would have made of the poet Liz Lochhead’s febrile psychodrama, Blood and Ice, which in a conventional.
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Yeah, “life, ah life is full of potential Mary creates one of the most celebrated Gothic novels of all time, but how did this monstrous horror flow from the pen of a year-old English woman?
Renowned poet and dramatist Liz Lochhead tells the story of Frankenstein ‘s creation.
Sorry, Blood and Ice did very little for ,ochhead. Alan Henderson rated it liked it Mar 14, India rated it did not like it Jun 18, Renowned poet and dramatist Liz Lochhead tells the story of Frankenstein ‘s creation. Using flashbacks and the rich poetic language for which she has become admired, Lochhead weaves a spider’s web of connections between Mary’s own tragic life and that of her literary monster.
Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. There are a few dull scenes. Sara Hosseini rated it liked it Dec 16, Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive? Eighteen-year-old Mary and her husband Percy Bysshe Shelley, along with Mary’s half-sister Claire and the infamous Lord Byron, take part in a challenge to see who can write the most horrifying story.
Also by Liz Lochhead: Jess Milner rated it liked it Mar 08, Flexible staging several suggested locations. Apply for performing rights for this title.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. In the lead role, red-headed Lucianne McEvoy gives a radiant performance that captures the effervescence of youth and the depths of the despair that followed. Lewis rated it really liked it Mar 02, Preview — Blod and Ice by Liz Lochhead. Aug 04, Pedro L.
Refresh and try again. Fran Lotti rated it liked it Sep 11, It was again revived, in this published version, at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, in October Blood and Ice is well-written but I just found it quite dull for the most part. How Plays Work David Edgar. A gripping historical drama charting one woman’s dazzling trajectory from model to lover to artist, to a tragic figur In the early s she joined Philip Hobsbaum’s writers’ group, a crucible of creative activity – other members were Alasdair Gray, James Kelman and Tom Leonard.
Liz Lochhead – Blood and Ice
We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. What this had to do with Frankenstein is never made really clear.
For it seems to Mary that she is the progenitor of all her woes: Amateur rights performance fee: I really enjoyed this play, but I feel like I might have a better understanding of it if I actually read Frankenstein. His production brilliantly charts Mary’s journey from youthful zest to mature restraint, juxtaposing the heady period inwhen the Shelleys joined Lord Byron and his mistress Claire Clairemont on the shores of Lake Geneva, with the vision of an older, lonely Mary, defeated by life and let down by her friends.
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