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Former Doctor Who Matt Smith to Star in Unreachable

It has been confirmed that Matt Smith will star in Anthony Neilson’s new play Unreachable at the Royal Court Theatre from the 2nd July. 

The cast for the production also directed by Anthony Neilson, will also include: Amanda Drew, Tamara Lawrance, Jonjo O’Neill and Richard Pyros. 374 more words


So who will the successful candidate be that's recruited to the Pertemps roll of honour?

One of the UK’s largest recruitment agencies, Pertemps have been running a series of recruitment days over the last five months from Huntingdon to Haydock, Carlisle to Chepstow, Leopardstown to Liverpool and eight other locations in between. 2,687 more words

Cheltenham - Friday 11th December

Going prediction: soft-good to soft in places.

12:00 Harrison James And Hardie Novices’ Chase (Class 2) – 3m 1½f

AT THE RACES verdict:

The step up to this trip could be the making of… 250 more words

Cymbeline review

Review added of Cymbeline at the Globe’s Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. This one didn’t make it for us, despite the beauties of the theatre’s candlelit setting.

Wanamaker Playhouse

More Of That justifies connections' faith to win chasing debut at Cheltenham

By Simon Jackson.

More Of That justified connections’ faith when he made a winning debut over fences on his first race for more than 11 months at Cheltenham on Friday. 564 more words


Aintree: Jonjo's second string a big player

1.55 Aintree: Class 2 Handicap Hurdle, 3m 149y

Intriguing to see Shutthefrontdoor back over hurdles. The former Irish Grand National winner should enjoy the conditions and trip and has done well as a fresh horse in the past, however as top weight of a mark off 146 he would have to be at his absolute very best to land this, given the last hurdle race he won was off 135. 336 more words

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The Crucible @ the Royal Exchange Theatre

The Crucible

By Arthur Miller

Royal Exchange Theatre, 23 September 2015

Arthur Miller’s classic play gleams darkly in a compelling production at the Royal Exchange. 214 more words

Theatre Review