Charles III


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Charles III

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1. (Biography) known as Charles the Fat. 839–888 ad, Holy Roman Emperor (881–887) and, as Charles II, king of France (884–887). He briefly reunited the empire of Charlemagne
2. (Biography) 1716–88, king of Spain (1759–88), who curbed the power of the Church and tried to modernize his country
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Indeed, the preceding year, the royal houses of Holland, Austria, and England had concluded a treaty of alliance at the Hague, with the intention of plucking the crown of Spain from the head of Philip V, and placing it on that of an archduke to whom they prematurely gave the title of Charles III.
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Mike Bartlett's script for King Charles III gripped him from the start and as for the mannerisms and, more importantly, the fibre of the man he is playing, he knows that well enough.
The team led by Dr Vallati was awarded joint first-prize, sharing it with a team from Charles III University, Madrid.
King Charles III at Newcastle Theatre Royal until Saturday HERE'S a play director Rupert Goold might not have pitched to the Royal Shakespeare Company (president: Prince Charles, the future Charles III).
The premise of King Charles III - the title character played wonderfully, it has to be said, by Robert Powell - has all the ingredients of a modern Shakespearean-esque play, but it lacks any real punch and scenes such as Harry in a kebab shop do not sit well with the harder-edged more realistic scenarios which the play delves into and which we actually find ourselves in to some extent in the here and now.
King Charles III is funny, interesting and gives food for thought.
King Charles III Birmingham Rep "The Queen is dead, long live the King.
King Charles III, Birmingham Repertory Theatre September 4-19 and UK tour until December 12 Following a sell-out run in the West End, Mike Bartlett's acclaimed drama that takes a satirical peep into the future is embarking on a UK tour, with Robert Powell in the role of King Charles.
ROZ LAWS THE world premiere of Meera Syal's Anita and Me, the awardwinning new play King Charles III, a Maxine Peake play about an unsung female cyclist and The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe are among the highlights of the Birmingham Rep's new season.
King Charles III by Mike Bartlett was crowned best new play and Gypsy, starring Imelda Staunton at the Almeida Theatre, London, won the Peter Hepple Award for best musical.
Prince Charles's spokesman is suggesting King Charles III would have a much more activist role in politics, so it might be to appropriate have such a discussion.