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TV Review: Silent Witness Series 10

Series 10 of Silent Witness, aka the one where they add episodes, make Harry a wannabe stand-up…

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Film Review: Spectre (2015)

After the emotional triumph of Skyfall, the lethargic pacing of Spectre can’t help but feel a letdown…

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TV Review: It’s A Sin

La. It’s A Sin is a triumphant piece of television written by Russell T Davies, a crucial…

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News: Tristram Kenton’s stage archive in pictures

Not really news, more a heads-up to this brilliant piece in the Guardian which covers the 30-odd…

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News: National Theatre at Home Phase 3

The National Theatre has today announced further productions that will be streamed live on YouTube every Thursday…

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20 shows to look forward to in 2019

So many of the recommendations for shows to see next year focus on the West End. And…

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fosterIAN awards 2017

Posted in Best Supporting Actor in a Play & in a Musical fosterIANs

2017 Best Supporting Actor in a Play + in a Musical

Best Supporting Actor in a PlayFisayo Akinade, Barber Shop ChroniclesTo pick someone out of this prodigiously talented ensemble…

Posted in Inua Ellams National Theatre Theatre Theatre review

Re-review: Barber Shop Chronicles, National Theatre

“It’s not about the word, it’s the context in which it’s used and who uses it” A…