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Angela: audio-digital play by Mark Ravenhill

Posted: Apr, 01, 2021

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A new audio digital play by Mark ravenhill for the Pitlochry Festival Theatre has tickets available until 2nd April 2021. For more details click on the theatre website. Joseph Millson shared his recent Basic Theatre Award for his role in Mary Poppins on Instagram.

ANGELA - an autobiography by leading dramatist Mark Ravenhill - will be the first of eight new plays delivered in our brand-new audio-digital platform with The Lyceum, and Naked Productions, and directed by Sony Award-winning Polly Thomas.

The link is your ticket and gives you access to the whole event.

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Devoted: BBC Radio 4 drama now on iPlayer

Posted: Mar, 26, 2021

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A recent BBC Radio 4 drama is now availavle to download from BBC iPlayer

Devoted by Ray Connolly

In 2020 writer Ray Connolly spent six months in hospital with Covid. As the virus attacked his body, he was, for much of the time, in a coma. Unaware of how doctors and nurses were saving his life, his mind was filled with fantasies. Only when he recovered did he discover that his wife, Plum, had sent daily bulletins on his condition to their children, some of which had made harrowing reading. Devoted is the story of how Plum would fear the ringing of the phone from the hospital, but also of how music was used to break into Ray’s coma and help nurse him back to health.

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Creation Stories: on SKY and NOW TV from tomorrow

Posted: Mar, 19, 2021

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Creation Stories, a film directed in 2019 by Nick Moran, is released this weekend on Sky Cinema UK and on NOW TV. Joseph plays Peter Mandelson in the biopic of music guru Alan McGee.

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Work and Other Four Letter Words new interview

Posted: Feb, 20, 2021

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A new interview with Joseph Millson was shared by the Leighton Buzzard Observer. Joseph discusses his new book Work and Other Four Letter Words, and secribes the challenges of being an actor during the pandemic. 

Joseph said: “It’s not just a book for actors and those nosy about acting, there is a spine running through it which non actors have enjoyed enormously, the love affair we all have to develop with work itself. No golden secrets, but a huge dollop of stubborn optimism runs through the pages. “Writing this book over the last few years has been fascinating, joyful and occasionally painful as I revisit a few dark places.

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