Caroline Quentin

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Mrs Warren’s Profession review – Caroline Quentin’s bewitching madam
George Bernard Shaw’s discomfiting play finds a commanding lead in Quentin, playing alongside her real-life daughter Rose

Arifa Akbar

17, Nov, 2022 @12:56 PM

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The week in theatre: Much Ado About Nothing; Jack Absolute Flies Again; Crazy for You
Shakespeare’s comedy is the gift that keeps on giving; Mrs Malaprop’s a loose cannon in Richard Bean’s Battle of Britain take on Sheridan; and who can resist Gershwin?

Susannah Clapp

24, Jul, 2022 @9:30 AM

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Jack Absolute Flies Again review – wartime comedy of manners fails to take off
The razor sharp social critique of the original is replaced by nostalgia and strained gags in this toothless transposition of The Rivals

Arifa Akbar

14, Jul, 2022 @11:01 PM

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Caroline Quentin on phone hacking and therapy: ‘I’m not dragging a carcass of misery’
The actor discusses how privacy violations affected her whole family – and what it was like to be at the centre of a Strictly storm

Paula Cocozza

13, Jan, 2021 @6:00 AM

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My top tip for coping with coronavirus anxiety? Watch Jonathan Creek
Alan Davies’s self-assured amateur sleuth and Caroline Quentin’s feminist writer take us back to a happy golden age of bad haircuts, landlines and denim

Lydia McMullan

17, Apr, 2020 @9:30 AM

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Men Behaving Badly: how Tony’s betrayal killed the flatshare bromance
While Gary was away, his best mate and his girlfriend became a bit too close. From then on, the show had lost its laddish camaraderie

Luke Holland

03, Jun, 2019 @12:00 PM

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The week in theatre: Me and My Girl; Dusty review – daft, delicious and irresistible
Timeworn tropes prove irresistible as Chichester does the Lambeth Walk, while Katherine Kingsley’s singing overcomes a galumphing script in Dusty

Susannah Clapp

15, Jul, 2018 @7:00 AM

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The Hypocrite review – hard-work humour from Richard Bean
Mark Addy and Caroline Quentin star in Richard Bean’s gag-heavy satirical tale of a 17th-century city governor navigating the outbreak of civil war

Susannah Clapp

05, Mar, 2017 @7:55 AM

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The Life and Times of Fanny Hill review – Caroline Quentin is a wry delight
April de Angelis cleverly reinvents this novel of male wish-fulfilment to offer bawdy fun in which women attempt to seize control of their own stories

Lyn Gardner

13, Feb, 2015 @3:10 PM

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Open door: The readers’ editor on … unthinkingly sexist descriptions of women | Chris Elliott
Chris Elliott: Open door: Women don’t need to be introduced by their association with their brothers, fathers or husbands

Chris Elliott

25, Jan, 2015 @7:29 PM

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Caroline Quentin: ‘As the years go by, I enjoy my sexuality more’
She may be playing a prostitute in a bawdy remake of Fanny Hill complete with love truncheon jokes, but Caroline Quentin wants to show the horrors of the trade too. She tells Emine Saner why sex is great in your 50s – and why Game of Thrones is just far too nude

Emine Saner

20, Jan, 2015 @6:50 PM

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Caroline Quentin | My family values
The actor talks about growing up in a chaotic but loving family with a bipolar mother, how she didn't see her dad after her parents divorced when she was 12 and why she wants to give her children a sense of security. Interview by Nick McGrath

Interview by Nick McGrath

14, Feb, 2014 @1:00 PM

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