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Much Ado About Downloads

Digital Theatre – the online company that provide theatre lovers with downloadable performances of some of the finest productions Britain has to offer – are streaming the DoctorDonna adaptation of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing now for as little as £5.99. The record-breaking Josie Rourke re-imaging of the play saw David Tennant and Catherine Tate…

Lady McGillan?

Fair Scottish Maiden Karen Gillan has called upon the spirits to fill her top-full of direst cruelty in order to fulfil a life time ambition of playing Lady Macbeth in ‘The Scottish Play’. Speaking to the Daily Record Gillan revelled her desire to take to the stage as the manipulating partner of her desirous husband…

Much Ado About Reviewing

Careening onto the stage in a Union Jack clad golf buggy is one way to make an entrance. Naturally for a Shakespeare veteran David Tennant received the bulk of praise for Josie Rourke’s go-go 80’s update of William Shakespeare’s comedy Much Ado About Nothing. The adaptation, half high art, half sitcom pilot, sees the former…

Much Ado About Not Doctor Who

Amidst all the excitement and hype for the sure-to-be-brilliant interpretation of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing starring former Doctor Who duo David Tennant and Catherine Tate, one voice is bravely speaking out about why this production may not be entirely a good thing. Ian Shuttleworth of the Financial Times published a review the other…

Put Some Clothes On!

David Tennant and Catherine Tate’s appearance on Friday evening was scheduled to promote their roles in the West End production of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, but ended up revealing the depths to which some Doctor Who fans will descend just to get an autograph. If you were the chap that accosted mild-mannered David…

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