David Morrissey

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Fit fiftysomethings: why the hot new sex symbols are moreish middle-aged men
Whether it is Paul Rudd, Will Smith or Gareth Southgate, men who have passed their half century are having a moment. Welcome to the age of affability, steadiness and deeply desirable dependability

23, Nov, 2021 @4:47 PM

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We’ve got the hots for pots: David Morrissey and Bridgerton’s Phoebe Dynevor on The Colour Room
The actors talk about their new film chronicling the life of fiery, passionate ceramicist Clarice Cliff, the groundbreaking art deco genius who brought a shot of colour into a drab world

Zoe Williams

10, Nov, 2021 @6:00 AM

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The Colour Room review – Clarice Cliff story paints a bright and breezy picture
Phoebe Dynevor dazzles as the factory girl who became a celebrated ceramic artist in this rather too feelgood period drama

Cath Clarke

09, Nov, 2021 @4:00 PM

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Phoenix/The Ghost Caller reviews – spiked satire and phone spooks
Mike Bartlett’s monologue brings us the inner life of a despotic public figure and Luke Barnes’s over-the-phone drama is profoundly creepy

Arifa Akbar

10, Nov, 2020 @4:04 PM

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A Separate Peace review – Stoppard gem earns an ovation from the sofa
David Morrissey headed up a cast united on Zoom for a show that took on poignant new meaning and exuded theatrical joy

Mark Lawson

03, May, 2020 @10:06 AM

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Britannia season two review – the Roman romp so radical it must be revered
Jez Butterworth’s trippy retelling of the Romans deserves a laurel wreath for having the cheek to even exist. Make mine a mouthful of hallucinogenic bark!

Jack Seale

07, Nov, 2019 @10:01 PM

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The week in theatre: Europe; The End of History; The Color Purple – review
David Greig’s play on continental movement still resonates, while the makers of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child can’t summon the magic this time

Susannah Clapp

07, Jul, 2019 @7:00 AM

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The End of History ... review – Jack Thorne surveys the death of radical England
Beautifully staged by John Tiffany, Thorne’s new drama explores the pitfalls of socialist parenting

Michael Billington

04, Jul, 2019 @10:48 AM

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Jack Thorne and John Tiffany: 'You're the warrior, I'm the worrier!'
After a string of hits, the writer and director are collaborating again but The End of History, a drama based on Thorne’s parents, is filling him with anxiety

David Jays

30, Jun, 2019 @11:01 PM

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David Morrissey webchat – your questions answered on working-class actors, Mo Salah and Basic Instinct 2
The City and the City star discussed reviving his Walking Dead character, refusing to watch the State of Play remake and when he’ll get back to DJing

20, Apr, 2018 @1:32 PM

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Objects of desire: the design delights of my favourite things
An old typewriter, a wooden chair, a worn cuddly toy… The things we surround ourselves with loom large in our lives. Here, eight people reveal why they love the design of their prized possession

Genevieve Fox, Chris Hall, Joanne O'Connor, Kate Finnigan

15, Apr, 2018 @6:00 AM

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The City and the City review – sci-fi meets crime fiction in parallel worlds
David Morrissey heads a murder investigation in a post-Soviet dystopia while putting up with 70s moustaches and an f-bombing sidekick

Ellen E Jones

07, Apr, 2018 @5:00 AM

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