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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

Theatre

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

Theater - Literature - Language

The DMF Top 20 Molony Moments 2016

It has been another exciting DaMo-filled year for us Molonians, with our fave actor’s talent continuing to shine on stage and screen.

Here are our top twenty Molony Moments from 2016 (in no particular order of importance!) 957 more words

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NO MAN'S LAND Nominated In 2016 BroadwayWorld UK Awards, Damien Molony For Best Supporting Actor - VOTE NOW!

No Man’s Land has received multiple nominations in the 2016 BroadwayWorld UK Awards, including Damien for Best Supporting Actor!

 

The awards honour the best musical and theatre productions of the past year and nominations are reader-submitted. 471 more words

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Review – No Man’s Land, Wyndham’s Theatre, 22nd October 2016

I remember when No Man’s Land first hit the stage back in 1975. It was the first new Pinter to appear after I first started reading him and seeing his plays. 1,557 more words

Chris Sparkle