Category: John Donnelly

Posted in Blanche McIntyre Charlene James Headlong James Graham John Donnelly Theatre TV

TV Review: Unprecedented, Episode 1

Episode 1 of Unprecedented features strong writing from James Graham, Charlene James and John Donnelly  “It’s clear…

Posted in April De Angelis Blanche McIntyre Charlene James Deborah Bruce Duncan Macmillan Film James Graham Jasmine Lee-Jones John Donnelly Matilda Ibini Theatre

News: cast announced for Unprecedented: Theatre from a State of Isolation

Headlong and Century Films have today announced a cast of over 50 UK actors taking part in Unprecedented:…

Posted in Blanche McIntyre John Donnelly Molière National Theatre Theatre Theatre review

Review: Tartuffe, National Theatre

Denis O’Hare shines as Tartuffe in Blanche McIntyre’s directorial debut at the National Theatre “We don’t have…

Posted in Annie Baker Blanche McIntyre Bruce Norris Caryl Churchill David Hare Ella Hickson Inua Ellams John Donnelly Katie Mitchell Martin Crimp National Theatre News Theatre

News from the National Theatre Autumn 2018 Press Conference

All sorts of goodies were announced today for the upcoming slate of productions at the National Theatre,…

Posted in BAFTA Film Awards David Hare Film Film & TV awards John Donnelly

70th British Academy Film Awards nominations

BAFTA Fellowship Mel Brooks Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Curzon Best Film Arrival – Dan Levine, Shawn…

Posted in Film John Donnelly LGBT+

Film Review: The Pass, BFI Flare

“I’m not gay…look at me, I’m a footballer” It’s no mean feat for an LGBT Film Festival…

Posted in John Donnelly LGBT+ Royal Court Theatre

Review: The Pass, Royal Court

“Sometimes you feel tired. Or angry. Sometimes you get horny” Football is a game of two halves,…

Posted in Anton Chekhov Blanche McIntyre Headlong John Donnelly Theatre Watford Palace

Review: The Seagull, Headlong at Watford Palace

“Art can’t be made into a spectacle; you can’t put it in a box”   There’s something…

Posted in John Donnelly Kiln Theatre Theatre Zinnie Harris

Review: The Bomb: a partial history – First Blast, Tricycle Theatre

“Gentlemen, let the race begin” Nicolas Kent’s final hurrah at the Tricycle Theatre, which he has patiently nurtured…