Rory Kinnear

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I love watching airport arrivals. The reunions say: life is better now you’re here | Rory Kinnear
Six weeks apart from my family is insignificant compared with the separation some have had to endure. Public health has deeply affected the private heart

Rory Kinnear

31, Jul, 2021 @8:00 AM

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Gemma Arterton and James Norton among 50 UK actors to star in coronavirus plays
Digital series Unprecedented: Theatre from a State of Isolation will focus on upheaval in British life caused by the pandemic

Lanre Bakare

21, Apr, 2020 @11:35 AM

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The 50 best TV shows of 2019: No 4 – Years and Years
Russell T Davies fleshed out the bad news cycle with this staggering tale of an every-family struggling to survive as the UK descends into a nightmare future

Rachel Aroesti

16, Dec, 2019 @6:00 AM

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'They've turned Michael Gove into a vacillating fool' – politicians on Brexit: The Uncivil War
Benedict Cumberbatch stars as leave campaigner Dominic Cummings in a contentious new TV film. What do the people who were at the centre of the drama really think of it?

Stephen Moss

07, Jan, 2019 @6:00 AM

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Take back remote control: a year of beguiling Brexit television
Alan Partridge returns as the BBC’s ‘voice of Brexit’, while Benedict Cumberbatch excels as the head of the leave campaign. Brexit might make for great TV – but will it alienate half the audience?

Mark Lawson

02, Jan, 2019 @8:01 AM

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The week in theatre: Summer and Smoke; Macbeth – review
Patsy Ferran shows her dramatic range in a five-star Tennessee Williams revival, but Rory Kinnear and Anne-Marie Duff are flattened in Rufus Norris’s one-dimensional Shakespeare

Susannah Clapp

11, Mar, 2018 @6:35 PM

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Macbeth review – Rufus Norris's brutal take misses the poetry
Rory Kinnear and Anne-Marie Duff star in a vigorous production that shows scant regard for the rhythms of the language

Michael Billington

07, Mar, 2018 @11:00 PM

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All-star Pinter, a Suranne Jones thriller and Carey Mulligan goes solo: 2018's essential theatre
Brace yourself for The Birthday Party, an EasyJet love story, Sting’s shipyard musical and Ben Whishaw as Brutus

Michael Billington

01, Jan, 2018 @10:05 AM

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Young Marx review – farce, family and finances but not quite the full Marx
London’s first commercial theatre for 80 years opens with a pugnacious comedy about the early days of the political visionary – and shameless sponger

Michael Billington

26, Oct, 2017 @9:00 PM

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Angels and demons: the unmissable theatre, comedy and dance of autumn 2017
Hamilton hits London, Bryan Cranston’s news anchor goes berserk, Wayne McGregor turns his DNA into dance, Mae Martin revisits her teen addictions and Toyah Willcox is a time-travelling queen

Michael Billington, Lyn Gardner, Judith Mackrell and Brian Logan

12, Sep, 2017 @5:00 AM

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Quacks: a medical comedy that will have you in stitches
Rory Kinnear’s leonine sawbone leads the cast in a gloriously grim and hilarious trip into the rock’n’roll world of Victorian medicine

Fiona Sturges

12, Aug, 2017 @9:00 AM

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Count Arthur Strong review – Delaney's dummies dish up a glorious shambles
Steve Delaney’s hapless comedian is back for a third series, and its gleeful mix of visual gags and absurdist dialogue puts to bed the idea that he is ill suited to TV

Tim Dowling

20, May, 2017 @6:00 AM

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