Tag: Brigid Zengeni

Posted in Silent Witness TV

TV Review: Silent Witness Series 11

Signs of staleness start to creep in Series 11 of Silent Witness as Nikki ends up in…

Posted in TV

TV Review: Trying Series 2 (Apple TV)

Rafe Spall and Esther Smith continue to be charm personified in the second series of Apple TV’s…

Posted in TV

TV Review: Motherland Series 3

Series 3 of Motherland returns to give us more of the excellent parental shenanigans, led by the…

Posted in Abi Zakarian Ancient Greeks Andrew Lloyd Webber Anton Chekhov April De Angelis Barn Theatre Bryony Lavery Charlotte Jones Conor McPherson Curve Theatre Digital fosterIANs Hannah Khalil Isley Lynn Jermyn Street Theatre Juliet Gilkes Romero LGBTQ+ Lucy Kirkwood Musicals National Theatre Not-London Sabrina Mahfouz Theatre Timberlake Wertenbaker Top moments UK Watermill Theatre West End

10 top theatrical moments of 2020

In lieu of trying to make sense of this shitshow of a year through the normal year-end…

Posted in Film

Film Review: The Good Liar (2019)

Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren team up for the entertainingly twisty film The Good Liar “It seems…

Posted in Lucy Kirkwood National Theatre Theatre Theatre review

Review: The Welkin, National Theatre

Lucy Kirkwood returns to the National Theatre with The Welkin, starring a brilliant ensemble led by Maxine…

Posted in Blogged Gary Owen Lucy Kirkwood Moira Buffini National Theatre News Richard Bean Richard Brinsley Sheridan Shakespeare Theatre Tony Kushner

News: new productions and casting updates for the National Theatre

Jessie Buckley and Josh O’Connor headline a new production of Romeo and Juliet, while Callum Scott Howells…

Posted in David Hare National Theatre Theatre Theatre review

Review: I’m Not Running, National Theatre

Not even the excellent Si├ón Brooke can do much to save David Hare’s new play I’m Not Running…

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…