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Early Throwback Thursday Post-The Hour (2011-2013)

From the perspective of someone watching the news at home on the television, it seems like everything is smooth sailing. But like everything in life once the curtain is pulled back, what appears to be smooth sailing is actually rough waters. 138 more words

Television

The Iron lady (2011)

Director: Phyllida Lloyd

Writer: Abi Morgan (Screenplay)

Starring: Meryl Streep, Jim Broadbent, Richard E Grant, Olivia Coleman, Alexandra Roach, Iain Glen

 

Plot: An elderly Margaret Thatcher… 521 more words

Drama

Playing with political power

Spendour (Now Look Here)

Metro Arts, Sue Brennar Theatre

March 29 – April 8

While civil war rages outside in a snowy Eastern European-ish country, four women from very different backgrounds are bunkered in a lavish drawing room, waiting for a dictator to return home. 407 more words

Brisbane

SundanceTV Teams With BBC One On Abi Morgan's 'The Split'

SundanceTV is partnering with BBC One on The Split drama series, the network announced today at TCA.

From Emmy-winning  writer Abi Morgan (The Hour), … 166 more words

Breaking News

SundanceTV Partners With BBC One for Abi Morgan's 'The Split'

SundanceTV is partnering with BBC One for new drama “The Split,” the network announced today at the Television Critics Association winter press tour.

“The Split” comes from Emmy-winning writer Abi Morgan (“The Hour”). 259 more words

News

SUFFRAGETTE (2015, UK)

SUFFRAGETTE || 2015, UK || Period Drama || Directed by – Sarah Gavron / Written by – Abi Morgan / Produced by – Nik Bower, Hannah Farrell, Rose Garnett, Cameron McCracken, Teresa Moneo, Alison Owen, Tessa Ross, James Schamus, Andy Stebbing, Faye Ward / Music by – Alexandre Desplat / Cinematography by – Eduard Grau / Editing by – Barney Pilling / Production design – Alice Normington / Costume design – Jane Petrie / Starring – Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham Carter, Brendan Gleeson, Anne-Marie Duff, Ben Whishaw, Meryl Streep / Running time: 106 mins.

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Review