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(Norse mythology) any of the three goddesses of destiny

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As we will see, however, the issues this speech invokes come into focus not only in that textual moment, but in the portrayal of the weird sisters, and later in the play, during Lady Macbeth's sleepwalking scene.
Employing a 10-person, all-black cast for no other apparent reasons than that the Bard's themes are universal (uh, OK), director Steve Marvel advances the tale of Macbeth, his Lady, Banquo and the Weird Sister with a certain dispatch if little narrative imagination.
But, even though the members of the audience do not know whether the Weird Sisters tell the truth or lie, they are aware of this uncertainty.
King's findings, however, restrain him from doubling Boy and French Queen in Henry V or Weird Sister with Gentlewoman in Macbeth.
It's a weird sister of a play that traffics in ritual, esoteric allusions to ancient cosmologies, metaphor, symbolism, and other of the poets's tools.
Last November, the band won the 2014 Welsh Music Prize with their debut album Weird Sister.
The story goes that the Cardiff five-piece met in anger management - and that has been a ready-made introduction for most of the reviews of Weird Sister so far.
Cardiff-based five-piece Joanna Gruesome received the award last night for debut album Weird Sister.
lt;B Joanna Gruesome win the Welsh Music Prize with their album Weird Sister in Cardiff yesterday
Brown Lady Macduff Florencia Lozano Weird Sister 1, Gentlewoman Joan MacIntosh Weird Sister 2 Ching Valdes-Aran Weird Sister 3, Porter Lynn Cohen Lennox Mark L.
Joanna Gruesome Thrilling Cardiff-based noisepop five-piece Joanna Gruesome released their terrific debut album Weird Sister via Fortuna POP
Therefore, just when we've gotten used to the terrible blackness, it's time for a backstage look at a staging of "Macbeth," complete with a Weird Sister who might be a real witch.
Debut album Weird Sister featured tunes that skittered along breathlessly recalling the finer moments of the C86 movement of yore while offering a thoroughly modern template.
As for those featured in the NME, Cate Le Bon's new album Mug Museum, written in Wales and recorded in LA, will be released on November 11 on Cardiff's Turnstile Records; Joanna Gruesome's rollicking debut collection Weird Sister - brimming with irresistible pop melodies and spiked with dissonant fuzzy jangle - is out now on Fortuna Pop; while Future of the Left's latest album How To Stop Your Brain In An Accident - coursing with righteous anger and disembowelling sonic fury - is released on Monday on their own Prescriptions label.