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BLOGATHON: Coward on Screen

The world of Noel Coward is undeniably irresistible: a gregarious whirl of sparkling comedies and insightful satires that leap from the pages on which they are presented, thrilling readers and audiences almost one hundred years on from his first experiment with playwriting (a one-act comedy co-written with fellow performer and writer Esmé Wynne). 666 more words

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Passions are Running High – But Some People are just Dickheads

McDougall, the complete wank stain that he is, threatened to call the cops, and he had every right. In fact anyone in their right mind should have called the law on this… 103 more words

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More Pointless Schoolgirl Crap from Riddoch

Gotta say I cant follow u because of ur name. After all the efforts of the Scotswoman etc u cd have been truly modern! @ModernScotsman…

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Brett vague-tweets Sheridan

I'm accused of 'dividing the left' for denouncing a misogynist who, for the sake of his own ego, actively destroyed the left. Oh the irony.

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Separation anxiety

I think the core of the problem is actually the obsession with what we can’t touch. I bet if we began dating Jennifer Aniston or Zac Efron, we’d see that they are in fact just regular people with regular problems – and probably, not all they’ve cracked up to be. 207 more words

Toby and Annie-Lou

Husband and wife team Toby Stephens and Anna-Louise Plowman appeared in Noël Coward’s classic comedy Private Lives at the Gielgud Theatre in July 2013.

A married couple playing a married couple; the line between reality and fiction becomes blurred and hard to define – a bit of ‘dramatic ambiguity’. 111 more words