Rising British talent is expected at the BFI London Film Festival today, with both Josh O’Connor and Tom Hughes due at screenings of their new films.Continue reading At LFF 2021 – day nine
The National Theatre has released the trailer for its upcoming broadcast of Romeo and Juliet, starring Josh O’Connor and Jessie Buckley.Continue reading Watch: O’Connor and Buckley in Romeo And Juliet
The National Theatre has released the first image of the filmed version of Romeo and Juliet, starring Josh O’Connor and Jessie Buckley.Continue reading First look: Josh O’Connor and Jessie Buckley in Romeo and Juliet
The National Theatre’s production of Romeo and Juliet starring Jessie Buckley and Josh O’Connor is to be broadcast on TV in both the UK and US.Continue reading Buckley and O’Connor’s Romeo and Juliet to be broadcast on TV
Netflix has released a teaser for season four of The Crown, complete with the first looks at Margaret Thatcher and a young Princess Diana.Continue reading First look: The Crown season four
You couldn’t ask for a more ‘Royal’ cast: Olivia Colman is set to star alongside Colin Firth and Josh O’Connor in new period drama, Mothering Sunday.Continue reading Colman, Firth, O’Connor to star in Mothering Sunday
Following on from last week’s post of some suggestions of film and TV shows to watch while you’re stuck at home, I thought I’d recommend some films that you might never have seen before and are free to watch on Netflix and Amazon Prime.
As always, these are my choices, so you’re not likely yo see many horror films here, but there may be a few that will pique your interest,
Rising British star Jessie Buckley and The Crown’s Josh O’Connor will play the ultimate star-crossed lovers in a new production of Romeo and Juliet at the National Theatre.
NT Live has announced its productions for 2020, including screenings of plays starring James McAvoy, Maxine Peake, Jessie Buckley and Josh O’Connor.
Netflix is releasing the first episode of season three of The Crown for free to viewers in the UK.