Fiona Shaw

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Actor ​Anjana Vasan: ‘We Are Lady Parts is about embracing your weirdness’
The ​star of Channel 4’s punk comedy ​on playing reluctant singer Amina ​and performingwith Paul Mescal in A Streetcar Named Desire

Ammar Kalia

04, Dec, 2022 @9:30 AM

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¡Showmanism! review – astonishing lip-sync solo raises spirits
Dickie Beau offers a merry miscellany, featuring stories from Ian McKellen and Fiona Shaw, in a meditation on theatre that is closer to possession than parody

David Jays

24, Nov, 2022 @10:34 AM

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Andor review – the best Star Wars show since The Mandalorian
It’s all laser guns and hoverbikes in this gritty, kinetic spy thriller which gives us the backstory to one of Rogue One’s heroes. Once a couple of slow episodes are out of the way, that is …

Jack Seale

21, Sep, 2022 @11:04 AM

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The Tempest review – Deborah Warner’s grimy island engrosses and disgusts
Ustinov, Bath
The veteran director’s arrestingly visceral production honours the sheer strangeness of Shakespeare’s late play

David Jays

08, Jul, 2022 @9:38 AM

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Fiona Shaw: ‘I got to Hollywood at 28 and they said: You’re very old’
The thrilling star of stage continues her TV takeover. As she joins mercilessly dark drama Baptiste, Shaw talks about Fleabag, American burnout – and marriage as a cure for chaos

Emine Saner

14, Jul, 2021 @5:00 AM

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‘Life is never what you expect!’ Deborah Warner on theatre, nature and new parenthood
The groundbreaking director’s new project, Arcadia, fills tents with poetry and music in Manchester. She talks about Covid and Brexit, becoming a mother and taking over Bath’s Ustinov

Andrew Dickson

07, Jul, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Kindred review – unnerving pregnancy horror delivers on its promise
Fiona Shaw is at her haughty best as a sinister mother-in-law in this racially charged tale of class and captivity

Steve Rose

03, Jul, 2021 @10:00 AM

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On my radar: Fiona Shaw’s cultural highlights
The award-winning actor on the genius of Fritz Lang, the human cost of Homer’s Iliad and where to find the best live music in Ireland

Kathryn Bromwich

08, May, 2021 @2:00 PM

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Electra, Oresteia and an execution: the daring designs of Hildegard Bechtler – in pictures
The theatre designer on creating a family dinner at Agamemnon’s, an election night Oedipus and the night Fiona Shaw got stuck

David Jays

23, Oct, 2019 @5:00 AM

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Killing Eve season two review – riveting psychosexual thriller returns
The show finds Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer orbiting one another again, playing up the show’s penchant for dark comedy and blood-thirst

Jake Nevins

27, Mar, 2019 @6:00 AM

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RSVP Nina Simone and Shamima Begum: a dinner party for our times
In Caryl Churchill’s play Top Girls, five famous women from history gather for a dinner party. Who would today’s big names in theatre invite?

Interviews by Kate Wyver

24, Mar, 2019 @3:00 PM

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Fiona Shaw: ‘I’m delighted to be in with the young crowd!’
The acclaimed stage actor on the joy of her spymaster role in Killing Eve and playing a therapist in the new series of Fleabag

Michael Hogan

03, Mar, 2019 @8:59 AM

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