Angela Lansbury

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Where to start with Stephen Sondheim: 10 of the best from the maestro
Discover the musical theatre titan through the life-changing cast album of Company, Imelda Staunton’s phenomenal turn in Gypsy, starry birthday concerts and his essential book on lyric writing

Michael Billington

29, Nov, 2021 @9:00 PM

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In the footsteps of George Lansbury: lost radical who led an East End rebellion
Poplar’s Labour mayor, who went on to lead his party, was jailed in his fight for social justice 100 years ago

Steve Bloomfield

31, Jul, 2021 @4:00 PM

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Game of Thrones: is Angela Lansbury heading for Westeros?
The HBO show is rumoured to be adding a dame to the game for series seven. Unlike Ian McShane, the Murder, She Wrote star hasn’t given away any plot spoilers yet

07, Sep, 2016 @1:31 PM

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When a star doesn't know the script, send for the earpiece
China Doll, starring Al Pacino, will open two weeks later than scheduled, with some suggesting that the actor is relying on an earpiece to feed him his lines – and he wouldn’t be the only star to need technical assistance

Alexis Soloski

11, Nov, 2015 @4:53 PM

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Angela Lansbury: a dame with the Commons touch | Letters
Letters: Angela Lansbury told me she was as Labour as ever and gave me a kiss

Letters

16, Oct, 2015 @5:44 PM

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Lithe spirit: Dame Angela Lansbury at 90
A lifetime achievement in musical theatre acknowledges Lansbury’s prolific career spanning seven decades

Mark Lawson

16, Oct, 2015 @6:00 AM

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That Angela Lansbury, she’s so much more than Jessica Fletcher | Natalie Haynes
The message of Lansbury’s Olivier award at the age of 89 – for her Madame Arcati, in Blithe Spirit – is that old does not have to mean frail

Natalie Haynes

14, Apr, 2015 @7:00 AM

Angela Lansbury looks a million dollars in black lace
She may be ‘creeping up to 90’ but the Murder She Wrote stars deserves an award for this chic ensemble, as much as for her West End comeback

Guardian fashion

13, Apr, 2015 @9:11 AM

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The Manchurian Candidate review – Philip French on John Frankenheimer’s near-perfect conspiracy thriller
John Frankenheimer’s thriller satirising McCarthyism and the cold war reveals something new with every viewing

Philip French

08, Mar, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Red-carpet revolt? No, the Oscars will always be about the dress
Actresses and designers want publicity. This drives the Oscars obsession with fashion and it will never change

Hadley Freeman

02, Mar, 2015 @4:05 PM

Starry, starry night: Oscar winners on Hollywood’s biggest prize
Susan Sarandon thinks it’s the luck of the draw, Juliette Binoche tussled with Lauren Bacall, and someone stood on Ben Kingsley’s head: 14 Oscar winners reveal what really goes on at the Academy Awards

Interviews by Abigail Radnor, Rosie Ifould, Simon Hattenstone and Hadley Freeman; portraits by Pål Hansen, Chris Buck, Roberto Frankenberg, Reed Young and John Lee; produced by Troy Griggs and Daan Louter

07, Feb, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Patsy Ferran: ‘I don’t recognise my life at the moment’
The new West End star talks to Corinne Jones about playing Jim in Treasure Island, acting funny with her family – and Angela Lansbury

Corinne Jones

21, Dec, 2014 @9:15 AM

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