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NEWS: London Palladium to Host Eugenius!

The London theatre will present a concert performance of the brand new British musical starring Warwick Davis in June. 

Taking place at the London Palladium on the 29th June, the concert premiere of the new musical is produced by as well as starring Warwick Davis. 279 more words

Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi was once mistaken for a transvestite

Actor Brian Blessed has revealed that Peter Capaldi was mistaken for a transvestite after he accidentally punched him.

The 79-year-old actor knocked his former co-star out while they were shooting a scene for The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling. 254 more words

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The Further Adventures of the Musketeers - Simply Media DVD Review

Broadcast between May and September 1967, The Further Adventures of the Musketeers (based on Dumas’ novel Twenty Years After) was a sixteen-part serial which followed on from the previous years adaptation of  1,414 more words

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Profanity and insanity – Swindon is Blessed by Brian

*** Warning: this report contains swearing, obviously: it’s about Brian Blessed. ***

Brian Blessed is going into Space. This is a good thing, as it is probably the only place large enough to accommodate his personality. 1,196 more words

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Flash Gordon (1980)

Pro football star Flash Gordon and his travelling companion are kidnapped by a mad scientist during his attempt to foil an attack on Earth by a malevolent intergalactic dictator. 243 more words

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The Three Musketeers. Part Ten - Walk to the Scaffold

The war is over and Milady de Winter once more vows vengeance on her enemies, especially D’Artagnan.  She’s tracked down D’Artagnan’s mistress, Madame Bonacieux, who is sheltering in a convent and anxiously awaiting the arrival of her lover. 362 more words

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The Three Musketeers. Part Nine - Assassin

With a limited budget, the battle scenes we see throughout the serial have to be somewhat impressionistic.  This is demonstrated at the start of Assassin… 401 more words

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