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Apologia: final shows at the Trafalgar Studios

Posted: Nov, 18, 2017

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Sending love from the website to Joseph Millson, the cast and all those involved behind the scenes, for the last two performances of Apologia at the Trafalgar Studios tomorrow! The show's run from 29th July – 18th November 2017 finishes tomorrow. If you are in London tomorrow, try and grab a ticket. You get double Joseph Millson being wonderful for your money. 

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Stamboul Train: Graham Greene drama on BBC Radio 4 November 18th

Posted: Nov, 18, 2017

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Joseph Millson's latest recording for BBC Radio 4 will be broadcast tomorrow afternoon: Saturday 18th November 2.30pm - 4pm. An adaptation of Graham Greene's thriller 'Stamboul Train' by Jeremy Front, Joseph plays the lead role of Myatt. The Times describes it as 'properly exciting'!

Radio pick of the day

Drama: Stamboul Train (Radio 4, 2.30pm)

Joseph Millson and Abbie Andrews star in a new, 80-minute, properly exciting dramatisation of Graham Greene’s tense thriller that is set aboard the Orient- Express in the 1930s. Danger and intrigue swirl round an assortment of passengers as the train thunders across a volatile Europe from Ostend to Constantinople. 

The BBC Radio 4 website has full cast details.

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Amy & Sophia: 2017 Denver Film Festival screening

Posted: Nov, 06, 2017

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According to the Denver Film Festival website, Amy & Sophia will be screened on the 10th and 12th November. Tickets and more details can be found here

Sophia's parents died before her eyes in a car crash when she was a child. Scarred by the experience and smothered by her grandparents, she escapes into her imagination, where she thrives in fantastical surroundings.

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8 Days That Made Rome: behind the scenes

Posted: Nov, 06, 2017

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An interesting article about making the Channel 5 series Eight Days That Made Rome has been shared on the Broadcast website, along with this great photo of Joseph Millson behind the scenes. Catch up with Joseph's Spartacus the Revolt episode on my5.tv if you missed it. 

We had just three days allocated to shoot the drama for each episode. Producing contemporary drama in a limited setting in this timeframe could be daunting enough. Throw in the additional requirements of a historical series (costumes, props, animals, specialist locations and so on) and the scale of the challenge quickly grows.

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