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          • Wed 03 Nov 2010 15:46

            Deborah Findlay

            As she prepares to take on her first role in a Tennessee Williams play, experienced actress Deborah Findlay tells Caroline Bishop why she loves learning on the job.

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          • Mon 01 Nov 2010 12:02

            Eat With Your Seat: The Almeida theatre

            One of numerous eateries in trendy Islington, the small but perfectly formed Almeida Café & Bar nevertheless occupies its own niche, finds Caroline Bishop.

          • Wed 27 Oct 2010 15:02

            Ray Meagher

            After playing Summer Bay’s most short-tempered resident for more than two decades, Ray Meagher has built up a sizeable fan base in the UK. But this unassuming actor isn’t one to blow his own trumpet, finds Caroline Bishop.

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          • Q+AIain Robertson

            Mon 25 Oct 2010 17:20

            Q & A: Iain Robertson

            BAFTA winning actor Iain Robertson discusses what it is like to stand behind Tom Hanks in a dinner queue, how Shepherd’s Bush is superior to Hollywood and why you may just get told off if you go and see his new play My Romantic History at the Bush theatre and misbehave…

          • Fri 22 Oct 2010 16:12

            Book review: Putting It On

            The autobiography of veteran theatre producer Michael Codron is "as much a masterclass as a walk down memory lane" writes Paul Ibell.

          • Wed 20 Oct 2010 15:56

            Ruth Negga

            Ruth Negga, currently starring as Ophelia in the National Theatre’s Hamlet, shares the trick of making everything look easy with Matthew Amer.

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          • Mon 18 Oct 2010 16:38

            Eat with your seat: The Menier Chocolate Factory

            Much like a mobile phone going off, no one wants a particularly tense dramatic moment to be spoiled by a rumbling stomach. In a new series of features, Caroline Bishop samples the best hunger-satisfying in-theatre restaurants in London. First up, the Menier Chocolate Factory.

          • Wed 13 Oct 2010 17:13

            Sharon Small

            Best known for her television work, Glaswegian actress Sharon Small is returning to the stage – and recalling her childhood – to lead the National Theatre’s Men Should Weep, finds Caroline Bishop.

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          • Q+ALydia Leonard in Onassis at the Novello theatre (Photo: Tristram Kenton)

            Mon 11 Oct 2010 12:01

            Introducing... Lydia Leonard

            Playing Jackie Onassis could be a daunting task, but, as actress Lydia Leonard explains to Matthew Amer, the iconic figure “is a human being just like any other”.

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          • Wed 06 Oct 2010 11:52

            Julie Graham

            As she returns to the theatre after a period in which she was rarely off British television screens, Enlightenment’s Julie Graham talks to Matthew Amer about fear, children and her granny’s sayings.

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