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'Sherlock' wins big at the Creative Emmy Awards

Sherlock was one of the big winners at the Creative Emmy Awards last night (August 16th).

The BBC detective drama won four gongs at the Los Angeles ceremony, which precedes the main event on August 26th. 142 more words


Ever Sardonic Harry Shearer On 'Impeccable' Timing Of First Emmy Win

This was a big career highlight for Harry Shearer — he won his first Emmy tonight — and he wasn’t there to celebrate it. In fact, he wasn’t even awake when his name was announced as winner for Best Character Voice-Over performance category for his work on… 415 more words


TV - The Simpsons S25E20 "Brick Like Me"

Starring: Dan Castllaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Harry Shearer
Genre: Comedy
Broadcaster: Sky

One Sentence Summary: Homer wakes up to a world made of Lego… 114 more words


Watch Harry Shearer Recreate Richard Nixon's Resignation Speech On The 40th Anniversary

Today the 40th anniversary of Richard Nixon resigning from office amid the Watergate scandal and dismal public opinion on the Vietnam War. It’s a memorable moment for several reasons, the biggest being it is the only time in history that the President of the United States has resigned the position. 229 more words


Review - Daytona starring Maureen Lipman at the Theatre Royal Haymarket

I had intended to catch Daytona at the Park Theatre earlier this year and so was thrilled to hear it had transferred to the Theatre Royal Haymarket for a short West End run. 577 more words


Harry Shearer

 Harry Shearer is an actor, comedian, voice actor, and musician. He is best known for his roles in This Is Spinal Tap, A Mighty Wind,  45 more words

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Daytona | Theatre Review

Each act of Daytona focuses on a dramatic revelation, and both are bursting with potential for discourse. Without revealing too much, the primary concept addressed focuses on what is morally right and whether revenge can ever be justified, whilst the other, perhaps less contentious issue, of whether we can ever truly move on from lost love, fills out the rest of the evening. 423 more words

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