Tag: Paul Thornley

Posted in Silent Witness TV

TV Review: Silent Witness Series 25

Not even the return of Amanda Burton’s Sam Ryan can’t rescue a misconceived Series 25 of Silent…

Posted in Digital Henrik Ibsen Ivo van Hove National Theatre News Shakespeare Theatre

News: One year of National Theatre at Home – New titles added

Ahead of National Theatre at Home’s one year anniversary on 1 December, the National Theatre has today announced the…

Posted in Andrew Lippa Digital Morgan Lloyd Malcolm Musicals Theatre Turbine Theatre

Cast and creatives announced for MTFestUK 2021

Paul Taylor-Mills has confirmed the line-up of award-winning and international performers and creatives assembled for next month’s…

Posted in News Theatre

Round-up of news, treats and other interesting things

  I’m not one to blow my trumpet too much, honest, but it was nice to discover…

Posted in Peter Morgan The Crown TV

TV Review: The Crown, Series 1

“To do nothing is the hardest job of all”  It’s taken a little time to getting round…

Posted in Barbican Theatre Broadway fosterIANs Hampstead Theatre Hope Theatre Howard Goodall Jack Thorne Lin-Manuel Miranda Lorraine Hansberry Mike Bartlett Musicals National Theatre Sara Bareilles Sarah Kane Theatre Top moments West End

9 of my top moments in a theatre in 2016

The end-of-year lists of favourite plays and performances should be on their way soon, once the food…

Posted in Andrew Lloyd Webber Annie Baker Bristol Old Vic Florian Zeller Harold Pinter Jack Thorne Kenneth Branagh Menier Chocolate Factory Musicals National Theatre Old Vic Open Air Theatre Royal Court RSC Shakespeare Sheffield Theatres Southwark Playhouse Terence Rattigan The Other Palace Theatre Theatre awards Tom Stoppard Tony Kushner West End What's On Stage Awards Young Vic

2017 What’s On Stage Award nominations

Best Actor in a Play, sponsored by Radisson Blu Edwardian Ian Hallard for The Boys in the Band…

Posted in Jack Thorne Theatre West End

Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Palace – totes spoiler free!

“It’s because you love him too much” So a slightly odd position to be in, as we…

Posted in Jack Thorne Theatre West End

Preview: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Palace

“How is that even possible?!” Well it’s finally here, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts 1…