Tag: Paul Hilton

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News: National Theatre’s Othello reveals its full cast

Clint Dyer (Death of England: Parts 1, 2, and 3; Get Up Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical) will…

Posted in April De Angelis National Theatre News Richard Brinsley Sheridan Shakespeare Theatre

News: National Theatre reveals Othello and Kerry Jackson

The National Theatre has announced two further productions to be staged this winter, Shakespeare’s Othello and Kerry Jackson a new play…

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Film Review: Eternal Beauty (2019)

Sally Hawkins is scorchingly good in Craig Roberts’ Eternal Beauty, as effective a screen portrayal of mental…

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TV Review: Silent Witness Series 8

Amanda Burton’s departure is smoothly managed as Series 8 of Silent Witness heralds a major new age…

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Photos: classic views of The Cherry Orchard

Wild horses couldn’t drag me to see another Cherry Orchard at this point, but it is one…

Posted in Tennessee Williams Theatre Theatre503 West End

Some early October theatre news

Theatre503 has announced the cast for Milk and Gall, the debut play by 2018 Theatre503 International Playwriting…

Posted in Blanche McIntyre Digital National Theatre Tennessee Williams Theatre Young Vic

News: National Theatre adds new productions to streaming platform NT at Home

The National Theatre has announced the latest productions to be made available on its National Theatre at…

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News: NT launches new streaming service National Theatre at Home

The National Theatre, in partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies, has today launched  National Theatre at Home, a brand-new…

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

Perhaps inevitably, famous names getting more clicks than bona fide theatrical talent remains as true as ever…