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By: Express Web Desk | Published: August 12,The Lion in Winter,The Lion in Winter What is the appeal of The Lion in Winter for you The point is that you repeat something that has done well the last time I last did this play 32 years ago and 42 years ago I was not the director but the stage manager when the play was staged The play is based in 1183 in England but there needs to be a reason for it to connect with an audience in 2016 in Delhi and that power lies in its relationships The Lion in Winter is about relationships and passion — as most successful historical theatre or cinema is — that people identify with When the relationship is set among royalty it becomes larger than life Have you changed the script to suit modern sentiments I have rewritten chunks of the play There are frictions among the mother’s favourite son and the father’s favourite son and the mother and father One son Richard is gay and having an affair with the King of France who is a sworn enemy of Henry I have added a lot of intrigue But I made it a happy ending You don’t want the audience to go home with a bitter taste in the mouth For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Published: June 14 2017 3:07 pm Dembele’s mazy dribble turning defender John Stones inside out led to the second goal (Source: Reuters) Top News Winger Ousmane Dembele scored the winner as 10-man France overcame a red card for Raphael Varane early in the second half to beat England 3-2 in a pulsating friendly on Tuesday Teenage striker Kylian Mbappe set up the 20-year-old Dembele’s winner in the 78th minute with an astute pass and the youthful attacking pair caused problems all night for a patchy England defense with their electrifying speed and skill Striker Harry Kane scored both goals for England while defenders Samuel Umtiti and Djibril Sidibe got their first goals for France as did Dembele Only a fine stop from goalkeeper Jack Butland in injury time and the crossbar earlier denied Mbappe his first international goal It threatened to be another frustrating night for France at the hands of technology with Varane sent off two minutes into the second half for conceding a penalty Match referee Davide Massa awarded it after Varane fouled midfielder Dele Alli and then after using the video referral system brandished the red card Massa took around one minute to make his decision talking into his earpiece as he consulted the video assistant referee while France’s players remonstrated some shaking their heads and with midfielder Paul Pogba laughing in disbelief “I’ve not seen it again but from my initial view it looked the right call” England coach Gareth Southgate said “Clearly even with video you won’t get every decision right You’ll still get an element of one person’s judgment within that” France coach Didier Deschamps had doubts about the referee’s decision “It was a bit tricky with the penalty and the red card Having seen it again it seems a bit severe” Deschamps said “I’m very happy with this win which was a difficult one considering we were down to 10 men” Wearing the captain’s armband Kane slammed home the 48th-minute penalty for his eighth international goal and third in two games He had given England the lead in the ninth minute of an exciting first half with Umtiti equalizing in the 22nd and Sibibe pouncing in the 43rd Despite being a man down France took the game to England and the 18-year-old Mbappe _ fresh from a sensational breakthrough season with Monaco _ smacked the crossbar with 20 minutes to go after a fine piece of skill The match had a case of deja vu about it for France except with a different result When France lost 2-0 to Spain at the same stadium on March 28 that game saw the first use in France of video replays to help the referee The technology confirmed Gerard Deulofeu’s second goal for Spain _ initially ruled out for offside _ having earlier disallowed one for France’s Antoine Griezmann just after halftime with score 0-0 England made a great start scoring when left back Ryan Bertrand was played through by Raheem Sterling’s clever pass He picked out Kane lurking near the back post for an easy finish Kane who struck England’s equalizer against Scotland in a 2018 World Cup qualifier on Saturday is in outstanding form after scoring 29 Premier League goals for Tottenham Olivier Giroud with six goals in four games for France prior to this match thought he had equalized with a spectacular volley only for the effort to be ruled out for offside Mbappe caused panic every time he got on the ball and he broke down the left to set up Dembele in the 16th only for the Borussia Dortmund winger to shoot wide Soon after Umtiti fired home the rebound from about 10 meters out after Giroud’s downward header was saved by Tom Heaton who denied Mbappe with his legs in the 30th Dembele’s mazy dribble turning defender John Stones inside out led to the second goal Dembele lined himself up for a curler that Heaton parried But again France was quickest to respond and Sidibe slammed in the loose ball It was hard to choose the best player for France between Mbappe and Dembele Mbappe’s awareness and movement were astonishing for a player of his age The more direct Dembele destroyed England’s defense for pace with surging his runs In one second-half moment Dembele flicked the ball past Kyle Walker _ hardly a slouch himself _ and left him trailing as he embarked on a dazzling 60-meter run “They have a lot of speed and impact” Deschamps said “They hurt the English defense which is rugged but a bit slow” Southgate had with mixed feelings “In the space of 90 minutes we saw what we’re very good at With the ball we caused a lot of problems took our first goal very well” he said “Equally we saw what we need to do better: Managing the game When France went down to 10 men I think we looked more anxious Their pace and their athleticism were a problem for us” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: April 28 2016 11:52 am Officials investigating Prince’s death have allegedly found prescription painkillers in his possession Related News Officials investigating Prince’s death have allegedly found prescription painkillers in the singing legend’s possession and at his home near Minneapolis It is unclear if the found painkillers played a role in the music icon’s death According to NBC News the county sheriff has asked for the help of the Drug Enforcement Administration in investigating Prince’s death The DEA’s role will be to determine where the drugs came from and what prescriptions Prince had obtained An autopsy for Prince was conducted last Friday but it will likely be weeks before results of toxicology tests are delivered A cause of death is yet to be determined Officials have ruled out suicide and “the rest is under investigation” Sheriff Jim Olson had said at a press conference last Friday Read More Prince was found unconscious at his home on Thursday April 21 Prior to his death the musician underwent a treatment when his private jet made an emergency landing in Moline Illinois on Friday April 15 Doctors reportedly gave him a “save shot” which is commonly given to counteract the effects of an opiate Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vinod Kumar | Chandigarh | Updated: June 17 2016 6:41 am International Yoga Day will be led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi Related News As senior officers of the Chandigarh Administration burn the candle at both ends to ensure that the Second International Yoga Day goes off without a hitch their public dealing has taken a back seat In the normal course a one-hour time slot – 12 noon to 1 pm from Monday to Friday – is reserved for UT officials to meet members of the public for redressal of their grievances However for the past one month senior officers have been engrossed in making arrangements for the mega event that will be led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi leaving them with little time to attend to this vital aspect of their work UT Adviser Parimal Rai Home Secretary Anurag Aggarwal Deputy Commissioner Ajit Balaji Joshi who is nodal officer for the event Additional Deputy Commissioner Amit Talwar IGP Tajinder Luthra and UT Chief Engineer Mukesh Anand are overseeing the arrangements which include registration\elections of participants coordination with Punjab and Haryana site management transportation yoga camps and security Due to their tight schedules from morning till late in the evening in connection with the Yoga Day Joshi and Talwar have not held their one-hour grievance redressal meetings for more than a month According to sources in the administration people who want to meet these senior officers have been told that they have to come after June 21 The deputy commissioner has also not been able to hear court cases in the last one month forcing him to adjourn the cases for later dates for hearing The building violation committed by Chandigarh Club is one such case which has been adjourned twice in the last one month The case is now listed for hearing on July 6 Share This Article Related Article Lauding the efforts put in by the administration for making arrangements for the event city-based social activist R K Garg feels that the routine work like public dealing should not suffer “Everything in administration has taken a back seat which is not a healthy sign There should be a balance so that the routine work does not suffer” he said When contacted UT Adviser Rai accepted that public dealing had been affected due to involvement of officials in preparation for the event “It’s a big event and requires a lot of efforts and involvement I am happy that the general public is appreciating the efforts of the officers Things will get back to normal after June 21” he said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Wellington | Updated: February 15 2017 12:04 pm Martin Guptill was ruled out of the Australia series because of an injury on his left leg (Source: File) Top News New Zealand will be without Martin Guptill for the one-off Twenty20 international against South Africa and the start of the one-day series as he recovers from another hamstring strain Guptill injured his right hamstring during training a separate injury to the one on his left leg that ruled the opening batsman out of the Bangladesh T20 series in January and one-day matches against Australia earlier this month Auckland wicketkeeper-batsman Glenn Phillips will make his international debut as Guptill’s replacement for Friday’s T20 match at Eden Park the team said on Wednesday Dean Brownlie takes Guptill’s place in the ODI squad for the first two fixtures of the five-game series Selector Gavin Larsen said the 20-year-old Phillips earned his selection on the strength of his domestic form “Glenn was outstanding for Auckland at the top of the order … and proved an extremely exciting player” he said in a media release “He bats with power; has shown he can clear the rope and gets a deserved opportunity to showcase his skills on the international stage “Glenn will play as a specialist batsman only with Luke Ronchi still taking the gloves Playing in his home city it will certainly be a big occasion for Glenn” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News

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his economy with words is so remarkable that he can reward and punish you in the same sentence. the teachers who spoke to him about me in glowing terms, We do not want people to be used as human shields, Traffic snarls spoil Lonavala vacation experience With a month to go for monsoon, 2016 1:13 pm England play their round of 16 match against Iceland later on Monday.” Also Read: Salman Khan: If people want hatred, Europe is in an awkward phase, The best learning is in the game.” Cherchesov told reporters after his side suffered their second straight defeat, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Doha | Published: November 11.

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Since the Indonesian Open in June, 2016 1:20 am Angelique Kerber and Elena Vesnina won’t just be making up the numbers in the last four on Thursday.

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