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Paul Darrow will be best remembered as the dour, dangerous, increasingly unhinged Avon, a glowering Machiavellian presence in Terry Nation’s critically panned but cult-attracting...

My first acting job is the job I’m still doing. I’ve played Shak in BBC1’s Doctors since September 2015. Roughly a month after I...

While inevitably remembered most for her long 1970s run as the ever-suffering Maggie Clegg in Coronation Street, Irene Sutcliffe also had a career of...

A writer whose work encompassed novels, theatre and television, John Bowen was a prolific talent who married the political and the popular with a...

In an increasingly crowded field, this immersive dining experience-slash-cheeky cash-in created by Ami Stidolph and Sam Carrack, and based on the dizzyingly popular HBO...

In 1959, The Stage and Television Today (as we were then known) reported on how “COLOUR TELEVISION IS NOT QUITE AS FAR AWAY AS...

ITV's coverage of this year's Olivier Awards attracted an average audience of 600,000, with figures remaining consistent from last year. An edited version of the...

Lame, lazy and lacking in guile, Brendan O'Carroll's latest live show, on a 12-city arena tour, continues from the plot of D'Movie, in which...

Hailing from Dallas, Texas, Cedric Neal has starred in the West End’s Motown the Musical, played alongside Audra McDonald in the 2012 Tony award-winning...
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