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Welcome to a website dedicated to supporting Joseph Millson, the talented, versatile award winning British actor, who won 'Best Performance in a Play' at the 2017 UK Theatre Awards for his lead role in the RSC's The Rover, and a 2018 Take5 Theatre Award for for his two roles in Apologia at the Trafalgar Studios.

Joseph was recently on stage as Mr banks in the West End in Mary Poppins, and will next be seen in Betrayal at the Theatre Royal in Bath 14-31 October 2020.

Recent feature films include Angel Has Fallen, and Dragonheart Vengeance. Season 4 of TV series The Last Kingdom was recently screened on UK TV.

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Women's Aid: This Time It's Forever

Posted: Oct, 22, 2020

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Joseph Millson and Sarah-Jane Potts appear in the important charity video for Women's Aid, raising awareness of domestic violence and abuse, which has seen a massive increase worldwide during the covid 19 pandemic. ITV actor Ian Bartholemew wrote and performed the song This Time It's Forever. 

Should you wish to donate to Women's Aid and find out more, the just giving link is here

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Betrayal: Theatre Royal Bath production photos

Posted: Oct, 17, 2020

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Harold Pinter's Betrayal opened in previews at the Theatre Royal in Bath this week. Press night will be on Wednesday 21st October. The Theatre Royal Bath social media team has shared photos of the production, including some great ones of Joseph Millson as Robert, and the rest of the cast.

Book tickets to Betrayal on the Theatre Royal Bath website

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The Son: Radio 3 drama broadcast tonight 4th October 7.30pm

Posted: Oct, 04, 2020

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A new drama for Radio 3 will broadcast tonight at 7.30pm. Joseph Millson stars as Pierre in 'The Son' written Florian Zeller, and translated by Christopher Hampton.

Starring Laurie Kynaston, Joseph Millson and Nicola Walker, in a translation by Christopher Hampton, Florian Zeller’s timely play about parenthood explores the impact of mental illness on an already fractured family.

Pierre is about to realise a career dream and has a new baby with his second wife Sofia. Into this picture of family happiness walks his son, Nicolas, by his first wife, Anne. Nicolas has been struggling with depression, has fallen out with his mum and thinks coming to live with his dad will help him get back on track. It’s not long before past and present collide, reawakening resentments and painful memories.

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