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Apologia: The laurels go to Joseph Millson, doubling as both sons

Posted: Aug, 05, 2017

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New photos have been shared of the Apologia production (on FT.com) and from last night's after party (on WOS), as well as some great new reviews. The Official London Theatre site offers a list of reasons to see the show, and The Times awarded 4 stars! The Arts Desk also loved the show. 

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Apologia: Joseph Millson takes both roles, with laurels

Posted: Aug, 04, 2017

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The Telegraph has shared new photos from Apologia following press night tonight, to accompany its 4 star review! Read the review in full on The Telegraph website.

Yet the separate confrontations with her two sons – so separate they allow Joseph Millson to take both roles, with laurels – pushes the conversational needling into a terrain of loss that strikes at the heart of questions about parenting, career-making and home-making, framed within the context of early feminism. Channing beautifully lets a lifetime of hurt seep through that brittle façade.

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The Rover: so fine is Millson’s sense of timing and physical comedy

Posted: Nov, 18, 2016

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Lots of new production photos for The Rover have been shared online by photographer Geraint Lewis, and they are available to buy. Another new review for The Rover has been shared on this website, with some kind words to say about Joseph as Willmore. The Rover runs at the RSC until February 2017 - plenty of time to see it yet!

Joseph Millson is tremendous as the Rover, part Brian Blessed, part Blackadder’s Lord Flashheart. He company could so easily prove tiresome, but it never does, so fine is Millson’s sense of timing and physical comedy, and so tangible his underlying sense of humanity.

 

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The Rover: The RSC has a hit on its hands

Posted: Oct, 08, 2016

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The Rover is in the Guardian's best theatre and dance shows this week. Buy tickets to see The Rover here

The RSC has a hit on its hands with a revival of the Restoration comedy by Aphra Behn, the extraordinary playwright who predated the current glut of female writers in theatre by several hundred years. Loveday Ingram had all but disappeared as a director yet returns in triumph with a production that’s irresistibly entertaining as it follows a group of English cavaliers, led by Joseph Millson’s charming bounder Willmore, who find fun at the Naples carnival while in exile during the Cromwell period.

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The Rover: winning swagger & some cherishable audience ad-libs by Joseph Millson

Posted: Sep, 28, 2016

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A few more wonderful reviews for The Rover have appeared online. See The Rover at the RSC until February 2017.

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