The BBC is to broadcast the special one-off celebration of Stephen Sondheim that took place in London earlier this year.Continue reading BBC welcomes Sondheim’s Old Friends
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At LFF 2022 – day three
Florence Pugh walks the red carpet at the BFI London Film Festival today to promote her latest film, The Wonder.Continue reading At LFF 2022 – day three
Old Friends gather to celebrate Sondheim
A host of theatrical stars are set to perform in a special tribute to Stephen Sondheim in London in May.Continue reading Old Friends gather to celebrate Sondheim
Damian Lewis, Dominic West in talks for new BritBox drama
Damian Lewis and Dominic West are in talks to star in A Spy Among Friends, a new drama series that will debut in the UK on Britbox.Continue reading Damian Lewis, Dominic West in talks for new BritBox drama
There will be a second series of Wolf Hall
The BBC’s drama controller has confirmed plans to turn the final part of Hilary Mantel’s trilogy into a TV series.
Host of stars to ask Whodunnit?
Gillian Anderson, Ian McKellen, Judi Dench, Ronan Keating, Carherine Tate and Damian Lewis are among the actors who will be taking part in a new production of Whodunnit [Unrehearsed].
That’s A Wrap!: Wesley Snipes, Kirk Douglas, favourite female character…
Angie Greaves and I have lots to discuss in the latest edition of That’s A Wrap!
This week we’re covering everything from Hollywood’s favourite female character to Wesley Snipes’ debut novel to a host of comedians taking to the London stage for charity.
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Go backstage with McAvoy, Scott Thomas, Ejiofor and more
A new book taking readers backstage at some of the West End’s most popular shows in 2015 has gone on sale.
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Weekly catch-up – March 27
This week’s catch-up column includes new films starring Ricky Gervais, Idris Elba, Lego Batman and Richard Madden.
Looking forward to London theatre
For the first time in a while, there are lots of new plays coming into London that I actually want to see.
Usually I get my fill of theatre when I’m in New York. I tend to fill my week with back-to-back shows. There’s been little in London that I’ve wanted to see.