Tag: Amy Morgan

Posted in Jessica Swale TV

TV Review: Ten Percent

Ten Percent remakes Call My Agent for the English and loses pretty much all of its charm…

Posted in Bond Film Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Film Review: No Time To Die (2021)

Spoiler-free territory as Daniel Craig steps into 007’s shoes for the last time in the lengthy and…

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News: The Mono Box launch The Monologue Library

I mean, just look at this absolute treasure trove of theatrical talent!  We are proud to announce…

Posted in Royal Court Theatre Theatre review

Review: A Kind of People, Royal Court

Not much festive cheer around at the Royal Court, but plenty of grimly insightful writing in Gurpreet…

Posted in National Theatre Patrick Marber Theatre Theatre review

Review: Exit the King, National Theatre

Undeniably challenging but ultimately thought-provoking and impeccably designed, Exit the King plays at the National Theatre this…

Posted in Anthony Neilson David Hare National Theatre News Nina Raine Shakespeare Theatre West End

News: National Theatre Season: July 2018 – January 2019

So much goodness announced here in the National Theatre’s near future – particularly excited for Nine Night’s…

Posted in News Theatre

Round-up of news and treats and other interesting things

  News, news everywhere – Joe Orton’s Loot has had its initial casting revealed in the shape of Calvin Demba and Sam…

Posted in Patrick Marber Theatre Tom Stoppard West End

Not-a-review: Travesties, Apollo

“It may be nonsense but at least it’s not clever nonsense” The problem with being addicted to…

Posted in Theatre West End

Review: Red Velvet, Garrick Theatre

“…now begrimed and black as mine own face” For all the excitement of Kenneth Branagh’s announcement of…