Denise Gough

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Under the Banner of Heaven review – ambitious but uneven true crime series
Andrew Garfield and Daisy Edgar-Jones shine in a mixed adaptation of Jon Krakauer’s 2003 book on a double murder by Mormon fundamentalists

Adrian Horton

28, Apr, 2022 @9:12 PM

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Too Close review – could this ‘yummy mummy’ be a murderer?
Emily Watson and Denise Gough star in ITV’s compelling whydunnit, which boasts one of the most convincing cat-and-mouse games ever seen on screen

Lucy Mangan

12, Apr, 2021 @9:00 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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British theatre stars storm the nominations for 2018 Tony awards
Angels in America and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child are in the running for prizes at New York’s theatre ceremony

Chris Wiegand

01, May, 2018 @1:58 PM

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Denise Gough: the extraordinarily gifted actress on being the toast of New York
The award-winning Irish actress talks about taking her performance in People, Places and Things to the States, being bullied in the theatre, and who writes the best roles for women

Interview by Susannah Clapp

19, Nov, 2017 @9:00 AM

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The week in TV: Twin Peaks; The Trial: A Murder in the Family; Paula; White Gold
David Lynch baffled in bravura style with the long-awaited return of his 90s cult series

Euan Ferguson

28, May, 2017 @6:00 AM

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Angels in America review – Kushner’s epic ‘gay fantasia’ flies again
Gaudy and unflinching, Tony Kushner’s 90s Aids drama still resonates in this bold, starry revival directed by Marianne Elliott

Susannah Clapp

07, May, 2017 @6:55 AM

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Angels in America review – Garfield and Lane excel in Kushner's surreal epic
Twenty-five years after its first production, this eight-hour fantasia is revealed as both a document of the Aids crisis and an enduringly relevant commentary on US politics

Michael Billington

04, May, 2017 @11:59 PM

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Lyn Gardner's top 10 theatre of 2016
Phyllida Lloyd’s storming all-female Shakespeare trilogy is saluted by Lyn Gardner who, in no set order, chooses other essential productions of the year

Lyn Gardner

06, Dec, 2016 @11:54 AM

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Is Denise Gough’s star turn the latest in theatre’s greatest ever performances?
Her turn in new play Peoples, Places, Things is what the critics call a tour de force: the kind remembered long after the final curtain

Vanessa Thorpe Arts and media correspondent

09, Apr, 2016 @11:05 PM

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People, Places and Things is a triumph for Denise Gough – and for equality
With her Olivier-winning performance in People, Places and Things, Denise Gough played a role that is all too rare for women – one where she explores what it is to be human, rather than female. We need many more like it

Lyn Gardner

08, Apr, 2016 @9:25 AM

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Olivier awards 2016 – full list of winners from Kinky Boots to Judi Dench
The 2016 Olivier awards have been dished out in London, with Gypsy, Kinky Boots and the National Theatre the biggest winners – see the full list here

Guardian stage

03, Apr, 2016 @8:43 PM

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