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Libby Purves in The Times called it one of the oddest evenings I have ever spent but gave it four stars, enchanted by Redgraves magnificent indiscipline and Jones magical twinkle … hilarious physical expressiveness and drop-dead comic timing. A Midsummer Nights Dream, directed by Michael Grandage, is a youthful, fast-paced production of the magical comedy anchored by two small-screen stars: actress Sheridan Smith and David Walliams, half of the comedy duo Little Britain. Smith, who has been garnering acclaim as a versatile stage actress in plays ranging from Legally Blonde: The Musical to Hedda Gabler, plays the fairy queen Titania in Shakespeares play about young lovers bewitched, bothered and bewildered during a mood-altering summer night. Walliams is Bottom, the pompous weaver transformed into an ass by the mischievous sprite Puck. His broad, campy performance won over most, but not all, reviewers. Paul Taylor in the Independent found Walliams delightfully funny, though the Daily Telegraphs Charles Spencer disliked his smarmy, supercilious demeanor. Walliams crowd-pleasing turn was typical of a confident production, played at a ferocious clip, that gives the magical forest setting a trippy Woodstock vibe. Amid blasts of rock music and bursts of tie-dye, fairy king Oberon (Padraic Delaney) struts around like a bare-chested rock star, while Smiths Titania is a Janis Joplin-esque den mother to a band of sprites. There is also a fair amount of attractive young flesh on display as the quartet of confused lovers swaps sexy invective in the forest. While some reviewers felt the production didnt touch the heart as much as it might, it undeniably drew hearty laughter. Its another winner for Grandage, who has staged a successful season of plays that has appealed to younger audiences through a combination of big-name casting, top-notch acting and tickets priced as low as 10 pounds ($16). Previous productions have starred the likes of Judi Dench, Ben Whishaw and Daniel Radcliffe; next up, in December, is Jude Law as Shakespeares Henry V. Much Ado About Nothing runs at the Old Vic until Nov.

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Heavy smoke rises from the Westgate Mall in Nairobi Kenya Monday Sept. 23 2013. Multiple large blasts have rocked the mall where a hostage siege is in its third day. Associated Press reporters on the scene heard multiple blasts and a barrage of gunfire. Security forces have been attempting to rescue an unknown number of hostages inside the mall held by al-Qaida-linked terrorists.  (AP Photo/ Jerome Delay)

Members of the group Disarm Defence and Security Equipment International used inflatable kayaks to try to prevent the vessel from anchoring. Another disgrace for DSEi triggered protests after Amnesty International said it has obtained brochures, which appear to clearly show illegal torture equipment advertised. Amnesty said the banned torture-ware were displayed by a company called CTS-Thompson at the Beechwood Equipment stall, despite explicit acknowledgments on the fairas website that the sale of aleg irons, gang chains, shackles and shackle braceletsa were prohibited. aWith companies openly flogging torture equipment on one side of the counter and delegates from countries like Bahrain on the other, it is hardly the sort of matchmaking that Londoners should be proud to host,a Oliver Sprague, Amnesty Internationalas Arms Program Director, said in reaction. Spragueas comment pointed to a highly-embarrassing fact about the persistent participants in DSEis. A cross-party committee of senior backbench MPs said back in 2011 that successive governments had allowed British arms supplied to North Africa and the Middle East to be used for internal repression despite official guidelines to the contrary. To make matters worse, the very repressive regimes, such as Bahrain, the Israeli regime and Saudi Arabia, were, and continue to be, invited to the fair. In 2011, 14 out of 65 delegations present at the exhibition were from countries defined as aauthoritarian regimesa by human rights groups. In 2013, it appeared that Britain had issued arms exports permits worth A12 billion for some of the worldas most brutal dictatorships, almost all of them on the DSEi guest list while being also listed among countries with ahuman rights concernsa by the British Foreign Office. The Israeli regime accounted for well over 50 percent of the value of the licences issued for the mentioned countries with 381 permits worth A7.8 billion and Saudi Arabia came in second with 417 licences worth A1.8 billion. Both were present at DSEi 2013.

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