Paddy Considine

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Funny Cow review – grit and wit
Maxine Peake is magnificent in Adrian Shergold’s unflinching drama about a standup on the 70s northern club circuit

Mark Kermode

22, Apr, 2018 @8:00 AM

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Journeyman review – Paddy Considine hits home
Writer-director Considine stars with Jodie Whittaker in his middleweight boxing drama

Simran Hans

01, Apr, 2018 @7:00 AM

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Paddy Considine: ‘I never wanted to sell my soul for this’
In his second film as director, Journeyman, the actor stars as an ageing boxer. Fighting off a shopping-related injury, he explains why he auditioned himself for the role and why he’s stayed loyal to Burton

Cath Clarke

30, Mar, 2018 @5:00 AM

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Paddy Considine’s Journeyman is fiction but it has lessons for boxing | Sean Ingle
Paddy Considine’s movie, Journeyman, is a timely and perceptive look at boxing injuries – ‘the fragility of the sport and of life itself – and what happens when the crowds have gone away’

Sean Ingle

25, Mar, 2018 @2:02 PM

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Can Paddy Considine's Journeyman land a knockout blow for British boxing movies?
Despite the sport’s popularity in the UK, Britain has never produced a fight flick anywhere near the likes of Rocky or Raging Bull. Can it ever change?

Christina Newland

13, Mar, 2018 @6:00 AM

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Hamilton becomes most nominated show ever at Olivier awards
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical picks up 13 nominations, with Follies and The Ferryman also recognised in several categories

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

06, Mar, 2018 @2:33 PM

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Prowling panthers, paranormal spies and vengeful ice-skaters: must-see movies of 2018
The Black Panther roars, Matt Damon shrinks, Aardman go stone age and Jennifer Lawrence takes spying into a new dimension – we preview the best cinema of the new year

Peter Bradshaw

02, Jan, 2018 @7:00 AM

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Journeyman review – Paddy Considine rolls with the punches in heartfelt boxing drama
The actor-director’s flawed but heartfelt story of a fighter facing a bruising crisis also stars Jodie Whittaker, outstanding as his devoted wife

Peter Bradshaw

12, Oct, 2017 @9:32 PM

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Funny Cow review – Maxine Peake blazes in the dark days of standup
Peake is hypnotically belligerent as an ambitious club performer trampling over prejudice and sticky carpets on the 1970s comedy circuit

Peter Bradshaw

11, Oct, 2017 @6:45 PM

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The 10 best things to do this week: Kraftwerk and The Ferryman
Ralf Hütter’s electronic titans bring their spectacular 3D show to the UK, while Paddy Considine stars in an IRA-themed thriller directed by Sam Mendes

The Guide

16, Jun, 2017 @8:00 AM

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The Ferryman review – Jez Butterworth pulls another rabbit from the hat
Magic runs through Butterworth’s brilliant new play, directed by Sam Mendes, with a fine stage debut from Paddy Considine

Susannah Clapp

07, May, 2017 @7:00 AM

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The Ferryman review – Butterworth and Mendes deliver shattering tale of passion and violence
Paddy Considine stars as a reformed IRA activist in the Jerusalem playwright’s deeply involving and abundant new work

Michael Billington

03, May, 2017 @10:59 PM

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