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2015/02/25 08:08
2015/02/25 08:08
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Harold Pinter’s Old Times will be seen through a new light in Unifaun’s production of it, which opens next week. Jo Caruana speaks to director Chris Gatt and finds herself intrigued by a play that has...
2015/02/25 08:08
2015/02/25 08:08
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2015/02/25 01:07
2015/02/25 01:07
5d
Most art museums are known for their collections of creative and historically important pieces of permanent art. However, rather than defining themselves as glorified vaults for visual art, many...
2015/02/24 16:56
2015/02/24 16:56
5d
AN “unparalleled collection” of hundreds of interviews made for the long-running ITV arts programme The South Bank Show is being made available to researchers in a new university archive in...
2015/02/22 20:49
2015/02/22 20:49
7d
Two 'forgotten' Harold Pinter screenplays - which were never turned into films - are to be broadcast by BBC Radio 4. Mark StrongSimon Russell Beale and Bjarne Henrikse will also star in Victory,...
2015/02/21 15:09
2015/02/21 15:09
8d
Nighy is being a little harsh on himself. He may have turned 65 in December but he still looks in fine fettle. As if to celebrate the fact GQ recently polled him at Number 29 in their list of...
2015/02/20 01:17
2015/02/20 01:17
10d
In an outpouring on Thursday, leading thinkers, writers, and fans reacted to an essay published in The New York Times by neurologist and bestselling author Oliver Sacks. Sacks, 81, whose lifelong...
2015/02/19 21:44
2015/02/19 21:44
10d
Novelists might appear to be in charge of their invented worlds, but they often have to wait a surprisingly long time to do what they want; fiction isn’t quite as malleable as it may seem. Kazuo...
2015/02/17 17:31
2015/02/17 17:31
12d
Psst. "Want to know a secret to long-lasting romance? Lie," says Sunday's New York Times, promoting thrice-married philosophy professor Clancy Martin's reflections on love. The late Harold Pinter,...
2015/02/15 12:42
2015/02/15 12:42
14d
LOS ANGELES — There are 195 individuals nominated for Oscar this year. And when the winners are named Feb. 22, they will become part of film history, joining such greats as Billy Wilder, Ingrid...
2015/02/09 11:24
2015/02/09 11:24
20d
Stoppard outside the National Theatre. Photo: Linda Brownlee for the New Statesman. It’s the final dress rehearsal for Tom Stoppard’s new play, The Hard Problem. We’ve come in from the cold outside...
2015/02/08 15:13
2015/02/08 15:13
21d
The veteran actor, 74, best known for playing wizard Albus Dumbledore in the Harry Potter films, said a recent audition for a new West End play had prompted his retirement from theatre. In an...
2015/02/07 13:24
2015/02/07 13:24
22d
Quite a Good Time to Be Born: a Memoir (1935-75) David Lodge Harvill Secker, 488pp, £25 My History: a Memoir of Growing Up Antonia Fraser Widenfeld & Nicolson, 304pp, £20 A couple of pages from...
2015/02/06 16:03
2015/02/06 16:03
23d
Nick Hornby first became known as a bard of young men perennially stuck in place: Rob Fleming in his record shop in High Fidelity; Will Freeman trapped by his song royalties in About a Boy; even...
2015/02/06 14:34
2015/02/06 14:34
23d
Sir Patrick Stewart can usually be found on the bridge of a starship, sitting in the world's most iconic wheelchair, or treading the boards on some London stage. You don't expect to find the face of...
2015/02/05 16:24
2015/02/05 16:24
24d
Examining attempts to explain human thought and behaviour, Tom Stoppard’s new play, The Hard Problem, has itself fallen victim to a common psychological phenomenon. Excessive anticipation – the...
2015/02/04 18:20
2015/02/04 18:20
25d
Gavin and Stacey star James Corden is up against Jude Law for a prestigious theatrical award. The pair are both in the running for the Best Actor gong at this year’s Olivier Awards. Among the other...
2015/02/04 04:26
2015/02/04 04:26
25d
Ooh, the '70s. Hipsters, groovers, scenesters, bubble-permed rock gods in big-ass flares, auteur movies, blissed-out, bedenimed surfer boys and sun-kissed girls on roller skates… Yeah, well, sort...
2015/02/03 20:07
2015/02/03 20:07
26d
For any actor, there are a handful of names that loom large over theater in the last century. Samuel Beckett, Anton Chekhov, Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams, George Bernard Shaw, Henrik Ibsen and...
2015/02/02 16:49
2015/02/02 16:49
27d
The musical has been running at London's Harold Pinter Theatre since October 2014 and recently celebrated its 100th performance. Featuring some of The Kinks' most famous songs, including 'You Really...
2015/01/30 10:39
2015/01/30 10:39
30d
Almost a decade ago actor Julian Sands was approached by Nobel Prize-winning playwright Harold Pinter to prepare a special selection of his poems for a charity event in London. Pinter, considered...
2015/02/25 08:08
2015/02/25 08:08
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