Rufus Sewell

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The week in TV: The Pale Horse; Endeavour; The End; The Split – review
Sarah Phelps retro-fettles with aplomb in her latest Agatha Christie adaptation, while Endeavour hits a tricky 1970

Euan Ferguson

16, Feb, 2020 @5:30 AM

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Canvassing opinion: what art critics make of the hit play Art
What is art and how do we judge its value? As Yasmina Reza’s play is revived at the Old Vic in London, Stephen Moss asks Guardian critics Adrian Searle and Skye Sherwin if the price is right

Stephen Moss

20, Jan, 2017 @12:00 PM

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Art review – 90s ‘comedy’ becomes an old master
Rufus Sewell is poised and sleek in Yasmina Reza’s tale of three friends and a very expensive white canvas

Susannah Clapp

01, Jan, 2017 @8:00 AM

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Art review – Rufus Sewell shines in finely shaded character study
Tim Key and Paul Ritter are equally strong in a tale of shifting power alliances between a trio of men following the purchase of an extortionate painting

Michael Billington

21, Dec, 2016 @11:56 AM

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From The Man In The High Castle to Mozart In The Jungle
Rufus Sewell is back as the SS enforcer John Smith, while Gael García Bernal’s rash conductor is what drives the music

Hannah J Davies and Phil Harrison

10, Dec, 2016 @9:00 AM

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Victoria review – Jenna Coleman goes back in time to become a future queen
Coleman swaps Tardis travel for court machinations as the young Victoria. Plus, a little Are You Being Served? and Porridge go a long way

Stuart Jeffries

29, Aug, 2016 @6:13 AM

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Closer review – Marber’s 90s passion play still stirs
Patrick Marber’s finely wrought 1997 play about the brutal business of falling in and out of love holds good in David Leveaux’s smooth if safe revival

Susannah Clapp

01, Mar, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Closer review – Patrick Marber's play is as powerful and pertinent as ever
David Leveaux’s fine revival featuring an expertly balanced cast shows this 1997 play is much more than the product of its time

Michael Billington

23, Feb, 2015 @10:00 PM

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Hercules review – cheerfully ridiculous

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson plays the classical hero in glistening semi-nudity, leading a squad of mercenaries to defend the king of Thrace, writes Peter Bradshaw

Peter Bradshaw

23, Jul, 2014 @11:45 AM

The Sea review – glum psychodrama adapted from Booker winner
John Banville reduces his Booker prizewinner to jumbled pound-shop Proustisms in this choppy adaptation, writes Mike McCahill

Mike McCahill

16, Apr, 2014 @8:45 PM

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All Things to All Men – review

Kidulthood producer George Issac makes his writer-director debut with this stylish crime thriller, writes Peter Bradshaw

Peter Bradshaw

04, Apr, 2013 @8:45 PM

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Old Times – review
Kristin Scott Thomas and Lia Williams alternate roles to fascinating effect in one of Pinter's most mysterious plays, writes Susannah Clapp

Susannah Clapp

03, Feb, 2013 @12:07 AM

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