Tag: Tom Mannion

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TV Review: Bridgerton Series 1

So much to love in the uninhibited Series 1 of Bridgerton, not least the most perfect of…

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TV Review: Waking the Dead Series 4

It took them a moment but Series 4 of Waking the Dead finally gets round to shaking…

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Lockdown TV Review: Spooks Series 8

With major fluctuations in the force, Series 8 maintains a strong level for Spooks – you could…

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Review: Insignificance, Arcola Theatre

“Knowledge is nothing without understanding” I loved chemistry at school, enjoyed biology too but for some reason,…

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TV Review: Fearless, ITV

“I learned a long time ago not to trust what people tell me” I did want to…

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TV Review: Unforgotten Series 2

  “You might put me in prison but let me tell you this: you can’t judge me…

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Review: All My Sons, Open Air Theatre

“This thing – this thing is not over yet….” Ivo van Hove’s revelatory approach to Arthur Miller’s…

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2011 What’s On Stage Award nominations

THE SPOTLIGHT BEST ACTRESS IN A PLAY Zoë Wanamaker – All My Sons at the Apollo  Helen McCrory – The Late…

Posted in Kiln Theatre Theatre Zinnie Harris

Review: The Panel, Women, Power and Politics at the Tricycle

The second play in the Now half of Women, Power and Politics season at the Tricycle Theatre…