Tag: Nitin Ganatra

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News: NT announces Death of England Trilogy to stream on National Theatre at Home

The National Theatre has today announced that the Death of England trilogy, written by Clint Dyer and Roy Williams…

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TV Review: Silent Witness Series 21

Series 21 of Silent Witness is an absolute corker, some of its strongest work in years as…

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TV Review: Silent Witness Series 6

Not a moment too soon, Series 6 of Silent Witness finally includes some colleagues for Sam Ryan…

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10 top theatrical moments of 2020

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

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TV Review: Twenty Twelve (Series 1)

The enduring lightness and laughter of Series 1 of Twenty Twelve make it an ideal lockdown watch…

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Review: Death of England, National Theatre

In Death of England, Rafe Spall delivers the performance of a lifetime in this punchy monologue by…

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The finalists of The Offies 2019

Some decisions that reflect my own nominations for the year, many others for plays I haven’t seen…

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DVD Review: The Canterbury Tales (2)

“I was meant to do the world a service” Watching the 2003 adaptations of The Canterbury Tales…

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DVD Review: The Shadow in the North

“I thought you had a bit of milk in your coconut” The second (and last) of the…