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Apologia: new interview with Joseph Millson by Mark Shenton

Posted: Jul, 28, 2017

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Mark Shenton has shared a new interview (and photo) of Joseph Millson, on the London Theatre website. Check out more photos and read it in full on the website. Apologia opens at the Trafalgar Studios tomorrow! 

"I am still a beggar who can't be a chooser," says Joseph Millson, surprisingly, of a career that has taken him from starring in such popular TV favourites as Peak Practice and Holby City to leading roles with the RSC and in the West End in Love Never Dies, the sequel to The Phantom of the Opera.

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Apologia: cast guess quotes from Stockard Channing

Posted: Jul, 26, 2017

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A new promotional poster for Apologia has been shared today, while ATG Tickets has shared another fun video with the cast of Apologia. Joseph Millson, Stockard Channing and Laura Carmichael take part. Watch below.

 

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Apologia: new interview with Joseph for The Stage

Posted: Jul, 24, 2017

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As rehearsals for Apologia enter the final week before opening this Saturday 29th July at the Trafalgar Studios, more press promotion is appearing. A new interview with Joseph for The Stage has been shared online. You need to log into / register to read it in full. 

“I’m a little contentious here, I fully respect everyone else’s opinion. My opinion is that it’s always been difficult, [but] if you want it enough, it will happen.

I think it’s a very easy press story; the Harrow, actor, privilege story. I don’t think it’s as bad as it’s purported to be.

“I work in this industry consistently, and I am consistently working with working-class actors. Because it’s a good story, it’s not necessarily true.”

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Apologia: new interview with Joseph for London Theatre

Posted: Jul, 21, 2017

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Another great photo of Joseph, with the cast of Apologia, has been shared by London Theatre, along with a new interview to promote the show. Check out more photos, and read the interview in full on the London Theatre website.

How would you describe Apologia in a nutshell?

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