Kellie has joined the cast as Linda Carter. Thursday 19th 7:30pm on BBC1.
A Robber's Tale. Set in 1963. John plays Billy Still. Wednesday 18th 8pm on BBC1.
Historical drama. Aidan plays Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Sunday 8:40pm on BBC2.
Three one act plays. The Dreamy Kid directed by Ruth and also cast as Rose & Mrs. Rowland. Hoxton Hall until 30th December.
**** Evening Standard, The Times. Catch Ella at the National Theatre until the 18th March.
Best Sketch Show. Sharon Horgan plays Jane Austen & Frida Kahlo. Winners announced 12th 9pm on C4.
Comedy actor currently starring in Chickens on Sky1. Check out his brand new reel.
Best Sitcom. Starring Mathew Horne and Sarah Solemani. Winners announced 12th December 9pm on C4.
British Comedy Awards. Winners announced 12th December 9pm on C4.
Best New Comedy Programme & Best Sitcom starring Rory Kinnear. Winners announced 12th December 9pm on C4.
Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist for his role in Chickens. Winners announced 12th December 9pm on C4.
Best Male TV Comic for Would I Lie To You? and Best TV Comedy Actor for Peep Show. Winners announced 12th December 9pm on C4.
Best Male TV Comic for A League Of Their Own & Best Panel Show. Winners announced 12th December 9pm on C4.
The Best of the Sarah Millican Television Programme. Thursday 12th 10pm on BBC2.
Two part crime drama. Rupert plays Dominic Elwes. Starts Wednesday 11th 9pm on ITV1.
Two part crime drama starring Rory as Lord Lucan. Starts Wednesday 11th 9pm on ITV1.
Northern Irish actress Niamh plays Mary-Claire Carter. Tuesday 8pm on BBC1.
Action triller movie. Olivia plays Rachel. Saturday 10pm on C4.
Second episode in this 5 part mini series. Paul plays Samuel. Saturday 9pm on C5.
Author P. L. Travers reflects on meeting Walt Disney during production of her novel, Mary Poppins. Ruth plays Margaret Goff. Cinemas now!
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AMANDA DREW STARS AS OLIVIA IN TWELFTH NIGHT   18th Jan 2011
Sir Peter Hall's production at The National Theatre is now running.
Shipwrecked on the shore of Illyria, Viola believes her twin brother Sebastian to be drowned. She disguises herself as a boy and enters the service of the love-sick Duke, Orsino, who proceeds to send her to woo Olivia on his behalf. This plan creates a chaos of mistaken identities and confused desires. Even the pompous Malvolio, duped by Sir Toby Belch and his ebullient companions, dons his yellow stockings in pursuit of a dream.
To celebrate his eightieth birthday, former Director of the National Theatre Peter Hall returns to direct this fine romantic comedy. His daughter Rebecca Hall makes her NT debut as Viola.