Bow Down to Crowden
Graham Crowden, who has died after a stroke aged 87, was one of those actors who could make you giddy with delight when he walked on a stage. He was warm, wise and perfectly potty. He seemed to ...
Hamlet & the Duchess
Rory Kinnear, the excellent new Hamlet at the National, said the other day that it was best to see a show after it had run itself in and was not stiff with critics in the stalls or nerves on the ...
Whatsonstage.com Outing to Onassis with Robert Lindsay
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Robert Lindsay returns to the West End after his Whatsonstage.com Award-nominated performance of John Osbourne's The Entertainer as the late Greek Tycoon Aristotle Onassis in Martin Sherman's ...
Guy opens a New Chapter
That wonderful but only fairly well known actor Guy Henry is about to become a national institution: he follows Barbara Windsor and Roberta Taylor into soap stardom this week by joing Holby City as ...
Kim Comes Home as Cleo
The last time I saw Kim Cattrall laid out in wait for a man, she was stripped stark naked and dotted about with sushi. That was in the first Sex and the City film. Last night in Liverpool, where she ...
Onassis & Pussy Galore
Before we got stuck into Aristotle Onassis and his lurid personal life at the Novello last night, I asked Honor Blackman, who was sitting right next to me with her regular escort, Nickolas Grace, if ...
Country Girl Memories
All sorts of memories are set loose by the revival of Clifford Odets' The Country Girl at the Apollo last night. It was on this same stage, in 1983, that Martin Shaw played the ambitious director, ...
Whatsonstage.com Club Outing to Enlightenment
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Edward Hall launches his very first season as artistic director of the Hampstead Theatre with the UK premiere of Shelagh Stephenson's modern mystery Enlightenment and last night 75 ...
Whatsonstage.com Club Outing to Flashdance
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Last night over 150 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers made their way to the Shaftesbury Theatre for a night of fantastic dance and classic tunes as iconic 80s film Fla
Age Cannot Wither Them
My daughter-in-law, Rosalind Malthouse, recently produced a widely reviewed and much commented on television series about old people finding their inner youth. The Young Ones -- not to be confused ...