DVD Review: Chillers - The Complete Series -
DVD Review: Chillers - The Complete Series Under the Radar MagStructured as if it were a low-rent version of The Twilight Zone set against mundane neighborhoods in England and France, the series walks us through twelve ...
Posted on 8 February 2019 | 12:00 am
Duncan Weldon, theatre producer who brought
Duncan Weldon, theatre producer who brought Hollywood stars such as Al Pacino and Dustin Hoffman to the West End – obituary Telegraph.co.ukDuncan Weldon, who has died aged 77, did more than any British theatre producer to make the West End a destination for big stars.
Posted on 6 February 2019 | 12:00 am
Remembering the Theatre Luminaries We Lost
Remembering the Theatre Luminaries We Lost in 2018 Playbill.comPlaybill looks back at the actors, directors, choreographers, and other theatre legends who died in the past year.
Posted on 31 December 2018 | 12:00 am
The Tragedy of King Richard the Second
The Tragedy of King Richard the Second review: Fresh and challenging The IndependentJoe Hill-Gibbins's stripped-back, arresting production of Shakespeare's tragedy begins near the end. Simon Russell Beale steps forward and, with a quiet, ...
Posted on 19 December 2018 | 12:00 am
Downton Abbey, the movie: The countdown is
Downton Abbey, the movie: The countdown is on Dorset EchoThe movie of much-missed television drama Downton Abbey is due to hit cinemas next year. Dorset resident Lord Julian Fellowes talks about bringing…
Posted on 26 October 2018 | 12:00 am
Sir Peter Hall thanksgiving service |
Sir Peter Hall thanksgiving service | Register The TimesThe Prince of Wales was represented by Sir Kenneth Branagh, and Princess Alexandra, the Hon Lady Ogilvy, by Mr Luke Rittner at a *service* of thanks- giving to ...
Posted on 12 September 2018 | 12:00 am
Obituary - Peter Blake, Scots actor best
Obituary - Peter Blake, Scots actor best known for Dear John HeraldScotlandScots actor best known for Dear John.
Posted on 26 July 2018 | 12:00 am
Acorn TV’s August Slate Featuring ABC
Acorn TV’s August Slate Featuring ABC Australia hit MYSTERY ROAD and the return of Paul Abbott's NO OFFENCE Broadcasting & CableSilver Spring, MD, July 11, 2018 - Following July's US Premieres of the newest addictive Welsh noir with HIDDEN (Trailer, Mon., July 16) and charming travel.
Posted on 11 July 2018 | 12:00 am
Days Gone By: The changes of styles at
Days Gone By: The changes of styles at Ipswich High Schools | Latest Ipswich News Ipswich StarNorthgate School, Ipswich, from the air in January 1979. The houses of Sidegate Lane West and Alma Close are in the top of the picture Picture: DAVID ...
Posted on 16 June 2018 | 12:00 am
Acorn TV's July Premieres - Broadcasting
Acorn TV's July Premieres Broadcasting & CableSilver Spring, MD; June 13, 2018 - Following this month's return of one of Acorn TV's most popular dramas and foreign-language series with 800 Words, S3 and ...
Posted on 13 June 2018 | 12:00 am
Tony Awards 2018: Ari’el Stachel (‘The
Tony Awards 2018: Ari’el Stachel (‘The Band’s Visit’) becomes latest to win for Broadway debut Gold DerbyAri'el Stachel ('The Band's Visit') is the 9th to win Best Featured Actor in a Musical in his first Broadway appearance.
Posted on 10 June 2018 | 12:00 am
Remembering RSC founder John Barton -
Remembering RSC founder John Barton Stratford upon Avon HeraldA SEA of famous names and the cream of Royal Shakespeare Company actors and directors from the last 50 years attended John Barton: A Celebration on ...
Posted on 7 June 2018 | 12:00 am
Glenda Jackson: Tony Award for ‘Three Tall
Glenda Jackson: Tony Award for ‘Three Tall Women’ will make her 24th Triple Crown winner Gold DerbyWith a Tony for "Three Tall Women," Glenda Jackson will become the 24th performer to take home the Triple Crown (she has 2 Oscars and Emmys).
Posted on 6 June 2018 | 12:00 am
King Lear: BBC's new modern-dress
King Lear: BBC's new modern-dress Shakespeare adaptation set to radically reimagine dying monarch The IndependentBBC2 is broadcasting a bold new adaptation of William Shakespeare's 1605 tragedy King Lear on bank holiday Monday. Starring Sir Anthony Hopkins as the ...
Posted on 27 May 2018 | 12:00 am
Anthony Hopkins was mistaken for a homeless
Anthony Hopkins was mistaken for a homeless man while filming new BBC film The IndependentSir Anthony Hopkins got so deep into his role as King Lear for a forthcoming BBC adaptation that he was mistaken for a homeless person by a member of the ...
Posted on 15 May 2018 | 12:00 am
The Reading File: Excerpts from interesting
The Reading File: Excerpts from interesting articles Tampabay.comThe baby formula gang. In Sunday's New York Times Magazine, Chris Pomorski writes an expansive expose about a crime ring that was based in Tampa Bay.
Posted on 30 April 2018 | 12:00 am
Last chance to bid for David Tennant's RSC
Last chance to bid for David Tennant's RSC costumes Stratford upon Avon HeraldTHE clock is ticking on the RSC's Stitch In Time eBay auction which closes at 8pm tonight, Friday. For the past 10 days The Royal Shakespeare Company have ...
Posted on 27 April 2018 | 12:00 am
VIDEO: Queen Jane: 'unique award has made me
VIDEO: Queen Jane: 'unique award has made me happy' Stratford upon Avon HeraldJANE Lapotaire quoted William Shakespeare to roars of laughter as she accepted this year's Pragnell Award at the Shakespeare Celebrations on Saturday.
Posted on 22 April 2018 | 12:00 am
BARD'S BIRTHDAY: Sell-out Birthday Luncheon
BARD'S BIRTHDAY: Sell-out Birthday Luncheon Stratford upon Avon HeraldTHIS year's much-anticipated Shakespeare Birthday Lunch takes place as part of Stratford's annual celebrations today, Saturday. Among the highlights this year, ...
Posted on 21 April 2018 | 12:00 am
William Shakespeare's birthday: How the Bard
William Shakespeare's birthday: How the Bard bade farewell through Prospero and The Tempest The IndependentWilliam Shakespeare (1564-1616), perhaps the finest mind to ever put quill to parchment, is famously thought to have been born and died on the same date - 23 ...
Posted on 20 April 2018 | 12:00 am
Resolved Question: Need Help. I do not know
I was watching a movie about a girl who losses her mother and moves to the country with her nanny. the nanny goes as a promises to her father to always look after the girl. the girl gets a room in the tower. the tower has stars on the ceiling and murals on the walls. the stars move when she is not looking and when she wakes up she has a cooking and milk waiting for you. She also has a dress laid out for her to wear. She does not wear it. she goes to breakfast where her uncles complains about how much the nanny talks. she yells at him and wonders why he invited a bunch of noisy woman to live with him. You learn the father had debt and refused his brothers help with the family money. He sees the girl with a book. the book upsets him and he takes it from the girl. early in the movie the girl was reading the book the story was about two families that live at the edge of town and there children fall in love. there is a lion and unicorn at the wedding. the gift to the bride is a set of beads or pearls that grant wishes good or evil and the story stops. the bride from the story is in a frame outside the little door to the tower bedroom that she was given by her uncle. she is given a list of rules by her uncle that prevent her from going into most of the house including the library where the uncle took her book she was given by her father. she goes to play the piano that just starts to play on it own like magic. she starts to play and this upset the uncle. He takes her riding where he is upset to learn she cannot ride as all members of the family can and should be able to ride. She rides and the uncles leaves her to ride alone. she breaks the uncles rule of not going into the woods where she is unsafe. she was nearly kidnapped by people upon arriving at her uncles. she goes into the woods and is with the same people who tried to take her. only she has no idea why they do not like her and why they are after her."
I only know the beginning of the movie.
Posted on 19 October 2011 | 4:34 am
Resolved Question: What's The Name Of This
The film was made either in the 60s or early to mid 70s. It was about this man in the 1800's who created a way how to remove the soul from the body and I think this meant they could stay alive forever. He first tests it on a hamster and then on his self. He then wants his daughter and her boyfriend to do the same but they are a bit reluctant and then a fire happens and destroys his lab. But this has happened during the time his soul and the hamster soul are in a box so he has now lost them. At the end of the film you see him in present time and is over 100 years old and the hamster comes out his pocket and he is also very ancient looking. I think the name of the film begins with an X or maybe a Q and I think the name of the film is just one word
Posted on 1 August 2010 | 2:59 am
Resolved Question: Lady Macbeth
Please help, its for coursework..or if you know the mans name, or the director, or the year it was made!
Posted on 24 April 2010 | 2:13 am
Resolved Question: What's the name of that
It's a medieval movie about a princess or something.. who is forced to marry some other prince but they fall in love with each other... and she ruled england i guess... there was something about the silver shilling being lighter. i don't remember but i think they died in the end! Any clues?
Posted on 5 October 2009 | 8:45 am
Resolved Question: A film i believe it was
I want to know the name of a film where it was based(victorians) i think in england maybe somewhere sort of (classic queens and kings film) else and it was a forced marriage between a girl and boy they hated each other at first then they fell in love but because something to do with the family line they are be headed killed or one banished....please help me if u know this film
Posted on 22 March 2009 | 6:39 pm