Lindsay Duncan

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Sherwood recap: episode four – have we found our Keats?
Arrows continue to fly as the fugitives hide out in the forest and spycop suspicion comes exceedingly close to home. And what a final sequence. Wow

Michael Hogan

21, Jun, 2022 @9:00 PM

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Dance of Death review – lethally dull Strindberg staging
A strong creative team featuring Lindsay Duncan and Hilton McRae cannot bring this dreary revival to life

Arifa Akbar

31, May, 2022 @10:00 PM

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The week in theatre: Hansard; The Son; Bartholomew Fair – review
Alex Jennings and Lindsay Duncan snipe to perfection as an 80s Tory MP and his wife in a debut play that isn’t quite so sharp

Susannah Clapp

08, Sep, 2019 @7:00 AM

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Hansard review – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? for the Cotswold set
Alex Jennings and Lindsay Duncan treat us to 90 minutes of sustained verbal warfare between an entitled Tory minister and his disaffected liberal wife

Michael Billington

04, Sep, 2019 @9:50 AM

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Gifted review – touching family melodrama
The adults in a seven-year-old whiz-kid’s life can’t agree on what is best for her in Marc Webb’s touching melodrama

Simran Hans

18, Jun, 2017 @7:00 AM

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Gifted review – real issues turned into gooey fantasy
Plot contrivances and a copout ending compromise a film that tries to tackle the issue of a child prodigy caught up in family battles

Peter Bradshaw

16, Jun, 2017 @5:00 AM

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The week in TV: Churchill’s Secret; Land of Hope and Glory: British Country Life; Murder: The Third Voice; House of Cards – review
Churchill’s children were sidelined in a slight but well-acted drama. But House of Cards returned and worked like a dream

Euan Ferguson

06, Mar, 2016 @7:00 AM

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Les Liaisons Dangereuses review – Alan Rickman is a cat who knows the way to the cream
From the archive: Christopher Hampton’s theatrical re-creation of the epistolary novel opens at the Ambassadors in London

Nicholas de Jongh

11, Nov, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Birdman review – Michael Keaton goes a long way to restoring his reputation
The former Batman actor is ideally cast as a faded star once famed for his superhero roles, writes Jonathan Romney

Jonathan Romney

04, Jan, 2015 @9:30 AM

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Guy Lodge's DVDs and downloads
Superb performances from Tom Hanks in Captain Phillps and the late James Gandolfini in Enough Said are among this week's DVD highlights, writes Guy Lodge

Guy Lodge

09, Feb, 2014 @12:05 AM

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Metro Manila named British independent film of the year

Low-budget thriller set in the Philippines is standout winner at 2013 Bifas, with director Sean Ellis also named best director

Mark Brown, arts correspondent

08, Dec, 2013 @10:35 PM

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Le Week-end – review

Lindsay Duncan and Jim Broadbent shine in Roger Michell and Hanif Kureishi's melancholy romantic comedy, writes Mark Kermode

Mark Kermode

12, Oct, 2013 @11:06 PM

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