Juliet Stevenson

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The best theatre of 2022
In a superb year for the stage, our chief critic gives 10 shows an extra round of applause. Plus, Guardian theatre reviewers each pick their 2022 standout

Arifa Akbar

15, Dec, 2022 @3:00 PM

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Arts funding cuts ‘cultural vandalism’, says Juliet Stevenson, at DCMS protest
Actor joins demonstration over plans to slash £50m from arts bodies in London as part of levelling-up agenda

Nadia Khomami Arts and culture correspondent

22, Nov, 2022 @4:26 PM

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The Doctor review – a repeat prescription for acute intellectual stimulation
Robert Icke’s combative 2019 play about medical ethics, identity politics and antisemitism returns to the West End to divide and challenge audiences

Arifa Akbar

09, Oct, 2022 @11:01 PM

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Persuasion by Jane Austen audiobook review – Juliet Stevenson stars in this reading of ‘the perfect novel’
Actors including Tim Brierley and Sorcha Cusack narrate this version of the great writer’s final novel originally created for radio

Fiona Sturges

08, Jul, 2022 @11:00 AM

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Tory MPs ignore celebrity entreaties and back immigration bill
Only handful of rebels vote against government to support Lords amendments

Diane Taylor

20, Apr, 2022 @7:55 PM

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What we’re reading: writers and readers on the books they’ve enjoyed in February
David Baddiel, Houman Barekat and Guardian readers Rosa Jones and Elizabeth Best discuss the titles they’ve read over the last month. Join the conversation in the comments

David Baddiel, Houman Barekat, Rosa Jones and Elizabeth Best

25, Feb, 2022 @2:05 PM

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Juliet Stevenson: ‘The perception of women of my age is so reductive’
The actor, 65, tells Katherine Hassell about growing up in a loving family, recognising her partner, and getting more interesting while the parts she is offered get less interesting

Katherine Hassell

30, Oct, 2021 @1:00 PM

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‘When I paint, all the voices in my head go still’: Juliet Stevenson on how art got her through lockdown
Painting has helped Juliet Stevenson survive Covid restrictions and the loss of a child. We join the actor for an art class that never quite happens

Mathilda Mallinson

21, Apr, 2021 @5:00 AM

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The week in theatre: Death of England: Delroy; Crave; Little Wars – reviews
The last pre-lockdown shows evoked rage, confrontation and prejudice, but also much-needed hope

Susannah Clapp

08, Nov, 2020 @10:30 AM

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Little Wars review – starry cast sparkle as squabbling literary legends
Juliet Stevenson, Linda Bassett and others bring to life a fantasy dinner party thrown as the Nazis overrun France

Arifa Akbar

06, Nov, 2020 @2:30 PM

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Blindness review – Juliet Stevenson rages between your ears
There is no escape for an audience all wearing headphones from this menacing adaptation of José Saramago

Susannah Clapp

16, Aug, 2020 @9:30 AM

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Blindness review – blazing pandemic tale is brilliantly too close for comfort
José Saramago’s timely, sinister story of a world in chaos reopens the theatre after lockdown and is narrated with savage rage by Juliet Stevenson

Kate Wyver

09, Aug, 2020 @10:53 AM

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