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Revenge is a dish best served as a hot pie

Out of ideas for a dinner party? Why not serve up a dish made out of the heads of two children stewed in their own blood encased in a pie-crust of their ground down bones? Such is the notoriously grisly fare of Shakespeare's revenge tragedy Titus Andronicus and, in a cheeky nod to the play's nasty nosh, two chefs at the RSC's Rooftop Restaurant in Stratford-upon-Avon have devised a Titus Andronicus-themed pie with a steak and KIDney (boom boom) filling as a culinary accompaniment to the RSC's new production.

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1. Which philosopher (1889-1951) said: "Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent"?

Kate's nose was the most requested surgery this year

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Kate Winslet wed Ned RocknRoll in front of her two children and a small number of friends

Kate Winslet marries for third time in a private New York ceremony

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Lord and Lady Grantham the love story: Julian Fellowes plans Downton spin-off

Downton Abbey writer Julian Fellowes is planning to pen a prequel to hit ITV period drama Downton Abbey centred on a younger Lord Robert and Lady Cora Grantham.

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