Category: Rebecca Lenkiewicz

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Film Review: She Said (2022)

Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan excel in the superb but sobering She Said “Who have you talked…

Posted in BAFTA Film Awards Film Film & TV awards Martin McDonagh Rebecca Lenkiewicz Tony Kushner

76th British Academy Film Awards nominations

Best film All Quiet on the Western Front The Banshees of Inisherin Elvis Everything Everywhere All at…

Posted in Critics' Choice Television Awards Critics’ Choice Awards Film Film & TV awards Martin McDonagh Rebecca Lenkiewicz The Crown The Good Fight Tony Kushner TV

28th Critics’ Choice Awards – nominations

Film Best Picture Avatar: The Way of Water Babylon The Banshees of Inisherin Elvis Everything Everywhere All…

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TV Review: Small Axe

Steve McQueen’s anthology flm series Small Axe is an absolute triumph as it depicts the West Indian…

Posted in Andrew Haigh British Independent Film Awards Film Film & TV awards Rebecca Lenkiewicz

2018 British Independent Film Awards nominations

Best British Independent Film The Favourite – Yorgos Lanthimos, Deborah Davis, Tony McNamara, Ceci Dempsey, Ed Guiney…

Posted in April De Angelis Charlene James Dawn King Hampstead Theatre Howard Brenton Matilda Ibini Rebecca Lenkiewicz Sabrina Mahfouz Theatre Vinay Patel Winsome Pinnock Women in Theatre

Review: Women Centre Stage: Power Play Festival, Hampstead Theatre

“Join the movement for righteous anger” With over 100 cast, writers, directors and crew, and 25 plays (none…

Posted in Charlene James Hampstead Theatre Howard Brenton Rebecca Lenkiewicz Theatre Vinay Patel Women in Theatre

Review: Women Centre Stage: Power Play Festival – 24 Hour Plays | Making Headlines

“Open your eyes, what do you see?” It may well have had much to do with the…

Posted in Rebecca Lenkiewicz Theatre Watford Palace

Review: Jane Wenham: The Witch of Walkern, Watford Palace Theatre

“If she’s innocent, we’re simply sending her to God early” The most powerful image of Jane Wenham:…

Posted in Bush Theatre Rebecca Lenkiewicz Theatre

Review: The Invisible, Bush Theatre

“When I was growing up the poor were seen as unfortunates. Now they’re seen as manipulative. Grasping….