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Keith?: first rehearsal photos released

Posted: Jan, 31, 2019

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The Arcola Theatre has shared the first photos from the Keith? rehearsal room, a new comedy by Patrick Marmion which opens on 13th February. Joseph Millson plays Keith. Tickets for the play are available via the Arcola website link.

 

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Keith?: new play announced at the Arcola Theatre

Posted: Jan, 22, 2019

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Joseph Millson began rehearsals today for a new play announced by the Arcola Theatre. 'Keith?' written by Patrick Marmion, will have a short run at the Arcola Theatre, and will be directed by Oscar Pearce, with Joseph playing the title role. 

Tickets for Keith? are on sale via the Arcola Theatre website - the play runs from 13th February - 9th March 2019.

Keith?

By Patrick Marmion

Directed by Oscar Pearce

13 February – 9 March

A South African gun runner turned Buddhist monk.

A gullible startup millionaire.

His radical feminist ex wife.

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All The Devil's Men: Region 2 DVD & Blu-ray release today

Posted: Jan, 08, 2019

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Here is a special New Year treat, which is fat free AND will increase your heart rate without even leaving the sofa. All The Devil's Men is released in UK today as a region 2 DVD and Blu-ray. Keep those New Year resolutions: the DVD costs less than a gym membership! Available to buy from Amazon UK and other good outlets. The action thriller feature film, starring Milo Gibson and directed by Matthew Hope, is also available to stream from iTunes UK and Amazon. 

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All The Devil's Men: Millson particularly giving a credible performance

Posted: Dec, 19, 2018

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A few reviews for All The Devil's Men - now available to stream online - have been shared online. It's fair to say that some of the reviews have been mixed, however Joseph Millson as Deighton has had some kind comments posted about his performance in the film.

Some of the slack is taken up by the supporting players, with Fichtner, Akkinaghbe and particularly Milson giving credible performances. Hollywood Reporter

They track their rogue via his one known acquaintance, Deighton (Joseph Millson of TV’s “The Last Kingdom,” impressive in this part). Roger's Movie Nation

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