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Review: Pride (2014)

PRIDE is good-ish. They’re going for feelgood, and they certainly succeed in delivering that, but if you’re looking for much more then you might leave a little disappointed. 669 more words


Ah, Wilderness!

I’ve been a fan of Eugene O’Neill for a very long time, but I don’t recall a production of this play in London, which is rather baffling as it shows another side of O’Neill and is really rather good. 331 more words


11 Questions with the cast of Ah, Wilderness! - George MacKay

George MacKay is currently playing Richard Miller in Ah, Wilderness! at the Young Vic. Here are his answers to our 11 Questions…

Can you describe your character in… 248 more words

Young Vic

Ah Wilderness Eugene O'Neill's only comedy now on in London

Ah Wilderness

The great American playwright Eugene O’Neill is not usually associated with romantic comedies but Ah Wilderness is just that, a wonderfully light hearted and beautifully simple story of love, loss and a young boy’s coming of age.  428 more words


Review - Ah, Wilderness! - Young Vic

I’ve really warmed up to Eugene O’Neil since seeing his Long Day’s Journey Into Night at the Apollo some years ago. I’d previously thought of him as a writer of go America rah-rah schmaltz (based upon reading the script for Wilderness in high school, apparently), but now I see him as a modernist with a well-honed ability to create characters with real depth. 928 more words

Bypass screening and Q&A at the Ultimate Picture Palace

Duane Hopkins’ Bypass is the story of Tim (George MacKay), an unemployed young man doggedly keeping scraps of food on the table and bailiffs at bay by selling stolen electronic goods. 412 more words

Film Reviews

Preview: Duane Hopkins' 'Bypass'

Duane Hopkins latest feature Bypass, starring Pride’s George Mackay comes to the Tyneside Cinema this week.

Mackay plays Tim, a young drip of a man, who has been left to deal with family debts after the death of his parents. 156 more words