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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

Damien Molony

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

No Man's Land

When I saw Patrick Stewart in Anthony & Cleopatra some time ago he had a throat infection but went on like a real pro. He was clearly suffering at Thursday’s performance of this play too, but he continued gallantly. 294 more words

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THEATRE REVIEW: No Man's Land starring Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart

WORTH A LOOK?: ****

WHERE: Wyndhams Theatre

WHEN: 21/9, runs to 17/12

Never has there been a play in the history of theatre where we’ve disagreed so intently with our companion for the evening about their interpretation of it. 319 more words

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DVD Review: Clean Break

Synopsis:

Car dealer Frank Mallon (Adam Fergus, Being Erica) is watching his life fall apart around him. His wife has left him, his cars aren’t selling, and his teenage daughter, Corrina (Kelly Thornton, Sing Street), is out of control. 430 more words

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DVD Review: Suspects Series 3 and 4

Synopsis:

Detectives Martha Bellamy (Fay Ripley, Cold Feet), Jack Weston (Damien Molony, Being Human), and Charlie Steele (Clare-Hope Ashitey, Children of Men) are back to solve a series of all-new mysteries in contemporary London. 398 more words

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No Man's Land - review

Review of No Man’s Land by Harold Pinter (FOLLOW LINK), 2016, with Ian McKellan and Patrick Stewart. In spite of the fulsome reviews and the presence of both Gandalf and Captain Picard, we both disliked Pinter’s intrinsic play.  11 more words

Ian McKellan