These women are reaching into themselves, talking restlessly about all that the men in their lives have taken from them and what, if anything, they can salvage. Read full article: Talking Heads' David Byrne apologizes fo...→, Steven Gerrard cut a dejected figure as he could only watch his side struggled at the Tony Macaroni Arena. Dance Of The Miller’s Wife, The Three-Cornered Hat, Part 1 IV. Alan Bennett's classic monologue, performed by Maxine Peake. The last two miniatures to be premiered in the run at the Bridge Theatre are even more satisfying. Nights in the Garden of Spain Performed by Tamsin Greig, directed by Marianne Elliott. Alan Bennett's Talking Heads Series 1. Dance Of The Magistrate, The Three-Cornered Hat, Part 2 IV. But Miss Fozzard clutches on to her taste of liberation, even when her brother begins to encroach on it again, by entering into a transactional exchange with her chiropodist (she serves his foot fetish, he pays her for it). However the pianist at the first performance was neither Viñes nor Falla (who was a skilled pianist), but José Cubiles. A policeman, looking for a motive at the murder scene in Fran’s house, comments wryly: “It’s marriage. Read full article: James Argent to miss Towie reunion show ...→, The offensive clips were culled from a commercial in support of Stop Making Sense, a concert film documenting the band behind hits such as Burning Down the Hou [...] The Paris premiere took place in January 1920, with the pianist Joaquín Nin playing under Fernández Arbós. In The Generalife, Nights In The Gardens Of Spain II. Read full article: Talking Heads: The Outside Dog and The H...→, JAMES Argent will miss the Towie reunion show after getting stuck in Spain, The Sun Online can reveal. Bridge theatre, LondonTamsin Greig and Maxine Peake play long-suffering women, gravely put-upon by the men in their lives, in Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads, Fri 2 Oct 2020 13.37 BST It is Falla’s most "impressionistic" score. The first monologue in this double-bill offers up a slice of suburban gothic: a middle-aged wife is tethered to a dog leash by her husband and made to crawl on all-fours with a bag over her head as the neighbours watch. Read full article: London’s Bridge Theatre to reopen with l...→, I THINK my favourite story in Chris Frantz’s new memoir Remain in Love is the David Johansen one. Read full article: Make use of your garden for cheap nights...→, Kristin Scott Thomas, Lucian Msamati, Imelda Staunton and Tamsin Greig will be reprising their Talking Heads roles for live audiences, as the Bridge Theatre ha [...] Read full article: Best of UK theme park Halloween 2020 eve...→, ★★★★☆No one uses brand names as deftly as Alan Bennett. With business as usual suspended fo [...] © 2020 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies. Nights in the Garden of Spain. Maxine Peake’s Miss Fozzard is a very different kind of woman. Available for everyone, funded by readers. It’s proof, if proof were needed, that his Talking Heads monologues — many written three decades ago — are still stories of our times. Tamsin Greig in Nights in the Gardens of Spain, directed by Marianne Elliott. Read about our approach to external linking. The reality favourite, 32, jetted to Marbella last month [...] Read full article: Talking Heads review — Alan Bennett more...→, Talking Heads band member David Byrne has apologised for wearing blackface in the 1984 concert film Stop Making Sense for an interview segment Nights In The Garden Of Spain/Miss Fozzard Finds her Feet Bridge Theatre, London ★★★★ SHINING light on abusive dynamics between men and women has always been a signature strength of Alan Bennett. Read full article: Talking Heads review: A pure injection o...→, David Byrne has apologised for using black and brownface after a video from the 1980's resurfaced. Read full article: Celtic miss out on reported target Harry...→, Read full article: Talking Heads: Nights in the Garden of S...→, It's madness not to expect consequences for the nation's mental health as lockdown takes its toll I. Afternoon, The Three-Cornered Hat, Part 1 III. III. The orchestral writing is lush. Complete your Artur Rubinstein* With The Philadelphia Orchestra And Eugene Ormandy collection. Episode 9 of 12 ... Alan Bennett's classic monologue, performed by Tamsin Greig. Caring for an ungrateful brother, she is lonely, housebound and full of yearning. Read full article: Talking Heads: Nights in the Garden of S...→, Here's what we picked out as the talking points from the League Two thriller The piano part is elaborate, brilliant, and eloquent but rarely dominant. 2 at Discogs. It is bleak not only for its modern-day resonance to campaigns such as Sally Challen’s but in its picture of married life as a whole. Nights in the Gardens of Spain (disambiguation), http://www.ivoryclassics.com/releases/70906/pdf/booklet.pdf, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Nights_in_the_Gardens_of_Spain&oldid=953602401, Articles containing Spanish-language text, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 28 April 2020, at 02:30. There’s certainly nothing twee about the opener in t [...] We have noticed that there is an issue with your subscription billing details. The Grapes, The Three-Cornered Hat, Part 2 I.