dramatisation


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Noun1.dramatisation - conversion into dramatic form; "the play was a dramatization of a short story"
authorship, penning, writing, composition - the act of creating written works; "writing was a form of therapy for him"; "it was a matter of disputed authorship"
2.dramatisation - a dramatic representation
representation - an activity that stands as an equivalent of something or results in an equivalent
guerrilla theater, street theater - dramatization of a social issue; enacted outside in a park or on the street
puppetry - a stilted dramatic performance (as if by puppets)
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BLOODY QUEENS: ELIZABETH AND MARY (BBC4, 10pm) A right royal rivalry laced with bitterness and hatred is revealed here in this dramatisation based on letters exchanged between Mary Queen of Scots and her cousin Elizabeth I.
In a nutshell, this is a dramatisation of what happens when 'influencers' actually have any influence and to that end, the reason that none of the acts made it to the stage in the end is down to one universal truth about Instagram - it wasn't real to begin with.
Bridge of Allan this week marks the end OFWWI with an exhibition and dramatisation of life in the town during the conflict.
The Story of Skiffle David Charters' dramatisation of the greatest teenage craze to sweep this country is to be presented in the city where it all started.
6 The People Versus OJ Simpson (BBC2) Star-studded dramatisation of the famous murder trial, featuring David Schwimmer from Friends as OJ's lawyer Robert Kardashian.
ANDREW Davies' epic six-part dramatisation of War and Peace reaches a climax this evening, with chaos descending on Moscow as the French army attacks the city.
LORENZO'S OIL Sky Movies Drama 1.05PM Nick Nolte and Susan Sarandon star in bold, rigorous dramatisation of quite an extraordinary true story, a 'terminal illness' movie shot like a riveting detective thriller.
The Falls Residents Association worked with the emergency services in a dramatisation of a collision at St Peter's Square, West Belfast.
300 ITV1, 10.35pm Dramatisation of the Battle of Thermopylae in which King Leonidas (Gerard Butler) and an army of 300 Spartans attempt to repel the invasion of the mighty forces of Persian King Xerxes.
Our public's blind devotion to aristocratic privilege and an unelected head of state is moronic and it is ironic that The White Queen, the dramatisation of the Wars of the Roses, should depict cousinly war, greed and lack of principle at the time when we now know, in advance, the three heads of state for the next century.
Our public's blind devotion to aristocratic privilege and an unelected Head of State is moronic and it is ironic that the excellent The White Queen, the dramatisation of the Wars of the Roses, should depict cousinly war, greed and lack of principle at the time when we now know, in advance, the three heads of state for the next century.
Teachers will think of many ways of using the dramatisation. For example, if viewed with the volume off, pupils could make up their own story or poem as inspired by the film's imagery; it could also be performed with a pupil narrating the poem to a backdrop of the silent dramatisation.