Tag: Clare Higgins

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Blogged: Stars in my eyes

I’m going to New York and this time, nobody’s gonna stop me… At the third time of…

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Film Review: Stage Beauty (2004)

“A woman playing a woman, where’s the trick in that”  Any film with Clare Higgins yelling ‘give…

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Review: Other Desert Cities, Old Vic

“Families get terrorised by their weakest members”  In a rare sighting of new writing at the corner…

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Review: National Theatre – Fifty Years on Stage

“We’ve got two hours to show the vast range of work the National has done over the…

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DVD Review: The Golden Compass

“There are worlds beyond our own” Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials are amongst my favourite novels ever,…

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fosterIAN awards 2010

Posted in Best Supporting Actress in a Play & in a Musical fosterIANs Theatre awards

2010 Best Supporting Actress in a Play & in a Musical

Best Supporting Actress in a Play Rachael Stirling, A Midsummer Night’s Dream That voice! That voice! I…

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2011 What’s On Stage Award nominations

THE SPOTLIGHT BEST ACTRESS IN A PLAY Zoë Wanamaker – All My Sons at the Apollo  Helen McCrory – The Late…

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Review: Hamlet, National Theatre

“There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so” It is apparently a truth…