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The Rover: new synopsis by the finest comic-drunk actor

Posted: Sep, 24, 2016

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The RSC has shared a new video on You Tube of Joseph explaining the (complicated) plot and background to The Rover, currently receiving incredible reviews. The Rover runs until February 2017, so plenty of time to get your ticket, though The Telegraph suggests that you should see the 'rugged Joseph Millson' this week.

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The Rover: Joseph Millson's Willmore is swaggering, priapic, and irresistible

Posted: Sep, 19, 2016

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The Times has shared its 4 star review of The Rover online! Read it in full on the Times site.

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Macbeth: Millson has plenty of dash & energy, a constant, rather starry suggestion of sex

Posted: Jun, 10, 2016

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A fairly recent review for Macbeth, shared after one of the Globe on Screen worldwide screenings, has been posted here, with kind words about Joseph's performance. 

Millson is a youngish, dashing Macbeth, more sure-footed than usual these days with the verse and with plenty of moody fire and fierceness...

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Mr Foote's Other Leg: video footage

Posted: Jan, 03, 2016

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Video footage from Mr Foote's Other Leg has been uploaded to Vimeo. The video appears to be of clips from a trailer, but as far as I am aware, no trailer for Mr Foote's Other Leg has ever been shared. The show continues at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket until January 23rd 2016. See it if you can. 

It was also great seeing Mr Foote’s Other Leg in its home territory — the Theatre Royal Haymarket is where much of it is actually set. It’s one of the best new plays in town, with a fantastic cast led by Simon Russell Beale (pictured left), Dervla Kirwan and Joseph Millson and featuring a scene-stealing turn from the ever-irrepressible Jenny Galloway. Mark Shenton

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Mr Foote's Other Leg: review round up

Posted: Nov, 06, 2015

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Some great reviews from the press night of Mr Foote's Other Leg at the Theatre Royal Haymarket this week have been shared online.

Joseph Millson, though much taller than the real-life actor, gives Garrick a measure of the gravitas with which he sought to elevate the social status of the profession as well as friendly bon homie and just a touch of his disdain at the way in which the incorrigible Foote undermines all sense of propriety. British Theatre Guide

Joseph Millson is suave as Foote’s more successful contemporary, David Garrick. The Telegraph

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