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BBC Lands 'Picnic at Hanging Rock,' Starring Natalie Dormer (EXCLUSIVE)

The BBC will take British viewers on a “Picnic at Hanging Rock” with Natalie Dormer next year after scooping exclusive U.K. rights to the hotly anticipated TV adaptation of the classic movie and novel, … 438 more words

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Venus in Fur @ Theatre Royal Haymarket London Theartre Review

There is nothing I love more than getting a text out of the blue from my best friend Sophie saying she has bought us Theatre tickets… even better when she doesn’t even tell me what she’s booked us and I just get a message saying ‘I’ve booked us tickets to see that play on the 4th November.’ Urm okay??? 703 more words

Venus in Fur @ Theatre Royal Haymarket

Venus in Fur – Theatre Royal Haymarket

Cast: Natalie Dormer and David Oakes 

Running Time: 90 mins, no interval 

 

After a highly lauded Broadway run,  251 more words

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Mai giocare con una Dea: VENUS IN FUR al Theatre Royal Haymarket

Quando Vanda Jordan bussa alla porta del regista e sceneggiatore Thomas Novachek; inzuppata dalla pioggia scrosciante, in ritardo per il provino e vestita con bustino e collare di pelle nera e minigonna scozzese;  722 more words

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Review: 'A nippy night out' ★★★ Venus in Fur, Theatre Royal Haymarket

With more and more revelations surfacing about sexual exploitation in the world of showbusiness, the new production of David Ives’ Venus in Fur at the Theatre Royal Haymarket couldn’t be more relevant. 230 more words

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REVIEW: Venus in Fur, Theatre Royal Haymarket

Natalie Dormer shines in this gripping and intense play by David Ives that examines power and desire. 

Following a successful run on Broadway, David Ives’ play has now landed in the West End to offer an intriguing insight to relationships as well as our attitude to power and desire in a gripping production directed by Patrick Marber. 545 more words

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