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Theatre Review - No Man's Land starring Ian McKellen & Patrick Stewart

I had been anticipating the arrival in the UK of this production of Harold Pinter’s 1974 play ever since its 2013 Broadway run and thanks to the wonderful decision to tour the production around the UK, I was able to see it at the Lyceum in Sheffield, in advance of its arrival in London next month. 711 more words

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Poem 19: God Bless America - Harold Pinter

خلال الفترة القادمة سأترجم هنا قصيدة أو أكثر لكل شاعر فاز بجائزة نوبل، إيماناً بأن الشعر خاصة والأدب عامة هو ما يصل بين البشر بمختلف   جنسياتهم وأجناسهم.

The Curator of Schlock #151: The Quiller Memorandum

The Curator of Schlock #151 by Jeff Shuster

The Quiller Memorandum

(His name is Quiller and he’s got a memorandum.)

There’s a scene in the beginning of The Quiller Memorandum where a couple of English gentleman are eating lunch at a fancy restaurant. 501 more words

The Curator Of Schlock

No Man's Land (UK Tour) Review

Cast

Ian McKellen – Spooner

Patrick Stewart – Hirst

Owen Teale – Briggs

Damien Molony – Foster

Venue: Theatre Royal, Newcastle

Date: Wednesday 17th August 2016 (7:30pm) 805 more words

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The Go-Between

The last collaboration between director Joseph Losey and playwright Harold Pinter to be filmed, The Go-Between is perhaps most interesting as an example of a moment in the development of the costume film, a genre as central to British cinema as the Western is for Hollywood. 444 more words

Films

NO MAN'S LAND: Damien Molony, Owen Teale, Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart - Cast photoshoot!

A gorgeous new photo of Damien with the cast of No Man’s Land has been released!

This might just be our new favourite photo of Damien, pictured here with Owen Teale, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen, as part of a photoshoot for… 323 more words

Damien Molony

PHOTO! First look at Damien Molony in NO MAN'S LAND

Our first look at Damien in No Man’s Land has arrived!

The first photo of Damien on stage with Sir Ian McKellen, Sir Patrick Stewart and Owen Teale in the production has been released in… 274 more words

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