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Salon.com
Aaron Sorkin could ruin “To Kill a Mockingbird”: The last thing Atticus — or Scout — needs is his pithy, caffeinated touchAfter existing for decades as a kind of beloved but slightly outdated American
Aaron Sorkin could ruin “To Kill a Mockingbird”: The last thing Atticus — or Scout — needs is his pithy, caffeinated touch
Salon.com / Posted 2 days ago
After existing for decades as a kind of beloved but slightly outdated American classic – the kind of book that kept being assigned every year even though quiet debunking accumulated — “To Kill a Mockingbird” has seen a lot of action lately. Last... Read more
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Evening Standard
Small Faces musical All Or Nothing to open in LondonMod legends the Small Faces are returning to the London stage in the shape of a
Small Faces musical All Or Nothing to open in London
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
Mod legends the Small Faces are returning to the London stage in the shape of a musical inspired by their chart career. The band, fronted by Steve Marriott and featuring Kenney Jones, Ronnie Lane and Ian McLagan, got together in east London and had... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
A licensing decree prohibiting reviews of 'The Room' at REDCAT overshadows the production, which is iffyThis is not a review. Samuel French Inc., the licensing agent representing the
A licensing decree prohibiting reviews of 'The Room' at REDCAT overshadows the production, which is iffy
Los Angeles Times / Posted 8 days ago
This is not a review. Samuel French Inc., the licensing agent representing the Harold Pinter estate in the U.S., has decreed that the Wooster Group's production at REDCAT of Pinter's first play, "The Room," shall not be reviewed. Let's call this... Read more
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The New Statesman
Q&A: Why the UN’s Julian Assange ruling is meaninglessCombining suburban dinner party, social awkwardness and simmering resentment, i
Q&A: Why the UN’s Julian Assange ruling is meaningless
The New Statesman / Posted 8 days ago
Combining suburban dinner party, social awkwardness and simmering resentment, it was all rather more Ayckbourn than Pinter. I was at a small dinner given to celebrate one of the early birthdays of BBC4. It was held at a discreet private dining club... Read more
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The New Statesman
Ignore the people who say to never meet your heroes: I ended up booking a canal boat holiday with mineCombining suburban dinner party, social awkwardness and simmering resentment, i
Ignore the people who say to never meet your heroes: I ended up booking a canal boat holiday with mine
The New Statesman / Posted 8 days ago
Combining suburban dinner party, social awkwardness and simmering resentment, it was all rather more Ayckbourn than Pinter. I was at a small dinner given to celebrate one of the early birthdays of BBC4. It was held at a discreet private dining club... Read more
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Londonist
How Anti-Communist Witch-Hunts Drove US Filmmakers To LondonHelen Mirren and Bryan Cranston in Trumbo. This week, Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cra
How Anti-Communist Witch-Hunts Drove US Filmmakers To London
Londonist / Posted 8 days ago
Helen Mirren and Bryan Cranston in Trumbo. This week, Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston stars in Trumbo, a sizzling biopic about the screenwriter who won an Oscar in 1957 despite being put on a blacklist of communist sympathisers. The witch-hunts of... Read more
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Gramophone
New music at the heart of BBC Radio 3 anniversaryStation marks 70th anniversary of its predecessor the Third Programme in Septem
New music at the heart of BBC Radio 3 anniversary
Gramophone / Posted 11 days ago
Station marks 70th anniversary of its predecessor the Third Programme in September New music will be at the heart of BBC Radio 3's celebration of the 70th anniversary of its predecessor, the Third Programme, this September. Three established... Read more
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Evening Standard
The Ivy: why the iconic restaurant will always be a celebrity hotspotThe London restaurant scene is full of hidden gems, charming spots in secret co
The Ivy: why the iconic restaurant will always be a celebrity hotspot
Evening Standard / Posted 15 days ago
The London restaurant scene is full of hidden gems, charming spots in secret corners where you can escape from the rest of the world with a glass of wine. But the city also showcases the opposite: the glittering jewels that people all over the world... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
L.A. theater openings, Jan. 31-Feb. 7: 'The Mountaintop' and moreThis week: New takes on plays by Shakespeare and Harold Pinter, plus the L.A. p
L.A. theater openings, Jan. 31-Feb. 7: 'The Mountaintop' and more
Los Angeles Times / Posted 16 days ago
This week: New takes on plays by Shakespeare and Harold Pinter, plus the L.A. premiere of an award-winning drama about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant? CAP UCLA presents cartoonist and storyteller Roz Chast in... Read more
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The Forward
Remembering Abe Vigoda, Big-Screen Gangster, TV Detective and Real-Life MenschThe joyous, life-enhancing aspect of Abe Vigoda, the performer of Russian Jewis
Remembering Abe Vigoda, Big-Screen Gangster, TV Detective and Real-Life Mensch
The Forward / Posted 18 days ago
The joyous, life-enhancing aspect of Abe Vigoda, the performer of Russian Jewish origin who died at age 94 on January 26, was reminding us that good acting creates an image different from reality. Beloved for such roles as the moribund, hunched-over... Read more
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express
How Joan Bakewell is set to become a champion for spending the kids' inheritance SHE is a voice for older people, a broadcasting pioneer, a dame of the Britis
How Joan Bakewell is set to become a champion for spending the kids' inheritance
express / Posted 20 days ago
SHE is a voice for older people, a broadcasting pioneer, a dame of the British Empire, a Labour peer and was a feminist when The Female Eunuch was not even a smudge on... Read more
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The Pitch
Actor and director Mark Robbins finds beauty and connection in his workMark Robbins is one of those actors who lends marquee appeal to local shows. Ev
Actor and director Mark Robbins finds beauty and connection in his work
The Pitch / Posted 25 days ago
Mark Robbins is one of those actors who lends marquee appeal to local shows. Even if he may not think so. "I have no indication that I have an actual following," Robbins told The Kansas City Star in 2012. "I don't even see any quantifiable reason... Read more
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Daily Mail
Video: Wife throws her husband’s alleged mistress off a BRIDGEDon’t mess with my man! Shocking moment a scorned wife beats up her husband’s a
Video: Wife throws her husband’s alleged mistress off a BRIDGE
Daily Mail / Posted 26 days ago
Don’t mess with my man! Shocking moment a scorned wife beats up her husband’s alleged mistress before throwing her off a BRIDGE Clip shows furious wife viciously attacking her husband's alleged mistress The scorned woman then drags her shrieking... Read more
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Daily Mail
Joan Bakewell recalls drama of seeing secret romance turned into playMy affair with Harold Pinter...and how we were all tainted by Betrayal: In her
Joan Bakewell recalls drama of seeing secret romance turned into play
Daily Mail / Posted 28 days ago
My affair with Harold Pinter...and how we were all tainted by Betrayal: In her new book, broadcaster recalls the trauma of seeing secret romance turned into a hit play Dame Joan Bakewell had eight-year affair with playwright Harold Pinter In new... Read more

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