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THEATRE REVIEW: King Lear starring Ian McKellen

WORTH A LOOK?: *****

WHERE: Minerva Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre

WHEN: 23/9, press night 29/9, booking to 28/10

This is the third King Lear we’ve seen in recent years and is actually McKellen’s second stab at the role, describing it in the programme as ‘unfinished business’. 398 more words

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DAMIEN MOLONY DOODLE for Epilepsy Action's 'Doodle Day' Celebrity Auction - bid to win!


Damien has joined other celebrities in adding his personal doodle to Epilepsy Action’s National Doodle Day, an online celebrity auction held annually to help raise much needed funds for the charity. 304 more words

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Damien Molony Gives Blood for 14th Time!

Damien has made his 14th blood donation!


Damien has given blood for the fourteenth time, continuing his campaign to highlight the importance of donating, and encouraging others to follow his example. 548 more words

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The Next Doctor WHO? Damien Molony Top Choice for Show Writer & Being Human Creator!

Being Human creator and Doctor Who writer Toby Whithouse has named Damien as his favourite to be the next Doctor.

Speaking to Digital Spy, Toby put forward Damien’s name for the legendary role, going on to say his “ideal choice” would be Damien or Chiwetel Ejiofor. 466 more words

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Damien Molony makes 13th blood donation, inspires others to "save lives", "burn calories", "feel really proud"

Damien has given his thirteenth pint!

Damien has made his thirteenth blood donation and continued his five-year campaign to inspire others to do the same, sharing his post donation photo and a motivational message on his… 481 more words

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No Man's Square

As well as being ridiculously accessible, I love National Theatre Live because of its introductions. Handy when the cinema doesn’t print those programme things anymore. A brief explanation of the themes of the play. 371 more words

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Harold Pinter - No Man's Land

For Alex’s birthday, I took him to see the National Theatre Live’s No Man’s Land.

It is a Harold Pinter four man show starring Sir Patrick Stewart, Sir Ian McKellen, Damien Molony and Owen Teale.  2,673 more words

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