Adrian Edmondson

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‘It has added political resonance this year’: why Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol still strikes a chord
Audiences can choose from a glut of Ebenezers this festive season, with the infamous miser a more pointed character than ever in these hard times

Vanessa Thorpe

13, Nov, 2022 @10:00 AM

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A Christmas Carol review – Adrian Edmondson stars in a biting tale for our times
David Edgar’s sharp script feels close to home in this exuberant, illusion-filled version of Dickens’ seasonal but socially conscious story

Mark Lawson

08, Nov, 2022 @11:59 PM

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Once Upon a Time in Nazi Occupied Tunisia review – stiff with humorous intent
Mirth and menace fight it out in Josh Azouz’s play of shifting alliances, with Adrian Edmondson on fine form as a knitting Nazi officer

Susannah Clapp

05, Sep, 2021 @9:30 AM

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Once Upon a Time in Nazi Occupied Tunisia review – horror, humour and forgotten history
Adrian Edmondson plays a psychopath in Josh Azouz’s nuanced tragicomedy about Jewish-Arab relations in 1942

Arifa Akbar

27, Aug, 2021 @12:42 PM

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On my radar: Adrian Edmondson’s cultural highlights
The comedian on rediscovering Cat Stevens, an eye-opening podcast on Bangladesh and binge-watching Derry Girls

Adrian Edmondson

07, Aug, 2021 @2:00 PM

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Comedian Adrian Edmondson traps himself on window ledge
Star of British comedies The Young Ones and Bottom had to be rescued from the outside of his house by the fire brigade

Edna Mohamed

02, May, 2021 @9:21 PM

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Adrian Edmondson: 'Hamlet saved me from being expelled'
As the RSC’s Twelfth Night is streamed online, the actor recalls putting on Malvolio’s yellow stockings and how pub theatre led him into comedy

Adrian Edmondson

09, Apr, 2020 @12:42 PM

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The week in TV: Save Me Too, Ozark, Money Heist, Pen15 and more
Lennie James’s brilliant stolen child thriller returns

Euan Ferguson

05, Apr, 2020 @8:30 AM

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Comic Strip's riotous Soho club reborn as state-of-the-art theatre
New Boulevard theatre aims to awaken area’s rebel spirit in the building that hosted Eddie Izzard and Rik Mayall in the 80s

Chris Wiegand

19, Mar, 2019 @4:49 PM

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Vulcan 7 review – the Young Ones meet again as old dinosaurs
Adrian Edmondson and Nigel Planer write and star in a Beckettian comedy about two past-it thesps making a sci-fi film on the edge of a volcano

Brian Logan

05, Oct, 2018 @9:56 AM

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The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales review – warm and witty farmyard fables
An interfering duck, a bossy pig and a dozy rabbit face a series of misadventures in this cute family-friendly animation

Leslie Felperin

02, Aug, 2018 @1:00 PM

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Funny bones run in the family as fringe plays host to comic dynasties
This year’s Edinburgh festival features many young standups with parents – from Mark Steel to Gyles Brandreth – who blazed the same trail

Vanessa Thorpe

14, Jul, 2018 @1:00 PM

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