Tag: Ken Stott

Posted in LGBT+ Silent Witness TV

TV Review: Silent Witness Series 1

Is Silent Witness the new The Bill in terms of most actors having a credit on their…

Posted in Photos Theatre

Photos: Ralph Fiennes on stage

I loved the Guardian’s deep dives into their theatre photo archives, so glad to see one pop…

Posted in Film Moira Buffini Simon Stone

Film Review: The Dig (2021)

Simon Stone creates a beautifully warm Britflick in the gentle Sutton Hoo drama The Dig “Don’t let…

Posted in Messiah TV

TV Review: Messiah – The Harrowing (2005)

Helen McCrory and Maxine Peake help elevate Messiah – The Harrowing to arguably the series’ devastatingly effective…

Posted in Messiah TV

TV Review: Messiah – The Promise (2004)

With its third instalment The Promise, Messiah loses its way a little bit given the high standards…

Posted in Messiah TV

TV Review: Messiah 2: Vengeance Is Mine (2003)

Messiah 2: Vengeance Is Mine keeps the gruesome intensity of this series effectively and chillingly high “For…

Posted in Messiah TV

TV Review: Messiah (2001)

The first series of Messiah only occasionally shows its age, mostly remaining a powerfully effective serial killer…

Posted in Anton Chekhov Kenneth Branagh News Photos Theatre West End

News: Tristram Kenton’s stage archive – the Chekhov edition

I’m loving this deep dive in to Tristram Kenton’s archive, this time taking a turn into the…

Posted in TV

TV Review: Fortitude Series 2

“People died. And now people are dying again and what the fuck are they doing about it”…