In 1974, renowned Polish journalist Ryszard Kapuscinski travelled to Ethiopia to chart the downfall of Emperor Haile Selassie, “King of Kings, elect of God”, through interviews with his loyal servants and associates. Kapuscinski’s 1978 book has been adapted by Colin Teevan into an extraordinary showcase for the talents of quicksilver quick-change artist Kathryn Hunter, who transforms into a dozen different characters with the aid of nothing more than a cane, hat or set of epaulettes.
- RT @acreature: Something that occurred to me in the shower this morning. https://t.co/08SkK0TR7K 7 hours ago
- RT @janinegibson: A Russian bear is on the loose with two guns in the Siberian wilderness, why do we not have news copters on the scene? ht… 7 hours ago
- RT @femmina: I am weirdly in love with this story of a 16 year old who just discovered Foucault as told by his clearly very irritated siste… 8 hours ago