Not Only But Always Rhys Ifans, left, and aidan mcardle star as Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. Rhys Ifans ( Notting Hill ) and stage and television actor aidan mcardle http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr/reviews/review_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1
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Extractions: Channel 4 has begun filming on NOT ONLY BUT ALWAYS , a major new feature-length drama based on the iconic but turbulent partnership of classic comedy duo PETER COOK and DUDLEY MOORE. NOT ONLY BUT ALWAYS is written and directed by acclaimed playwright Terry Johnson. Rhys Ifans stars as the irrepressible Peter Cook alongside Aidan McArdle as Dudley Moore. Credited as the inventors of modern British satire, the film charts the searing highs and lows of these two extraordinary and different comedians, whose careers and private lives often swung in as uncontrolled and anarchic turns as their wit. John Yorke, Channel 4's Head of Drama said: "This is a fantastic project for Channel 4 to be involved in and continues our commitment to strong single dramas. It's a history of British comedy, a look at the psychology of a relationship, and a portrait of post-war Britain. But most of all, it's the story of Pete and Dud."
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Extractions: devised at first to keep the stong in awe" The Duke of Gloucester plots and butchers his way to the throne, murdering his own young nephews in the tower. But his reign is cut short on Bosworth field, marking the end of England's slide towards chaos which began in Henry VI: 1 Cast includes: Keith Bartlett as 'Stanley', David Beames as 'Hastings', Tom Beard as 'Edward', Fiona Bell as 'Queen Margaret', Richard Cordery as 'Buckingham', Aidan McArdle as 'Richard', Aislin McGuckin as 'Lady Anne', Deirdra Morris as 'Duchess of York', Elaine Pyke as 'Elizabeth', Rhashan Stone as 'Clarence' and Sam Troughton as 'Richmond' YOUNG VIC Theatre Previewed 4 April, Opened 25 April 2001, Closed 26 May 2001 Extracts from the reviews: Richard III is the final part of the RSC's History, a blood-spurting saga they've called This England... [ Richard III ] isn't just a star vehicle, it is also the final part of an epic series that's as gripping as the Godfather films. Yes, all the rival factions are a who's who nightmare and it's not without its boring bits. That's the play for you. But there are so many inspired things in director Michael Boyd's production that the evening cooks up a storm... A brilliant young actor, Aidan McArdle , has strapped on the hump and the callipers for the title role. He's a psychotic with a rather camp sense of gallows comedy - a ripe mix say, of Antony SHer and Graham Norton... James Jone's fabulous music and the tininess of the Young Vic stage - a landing strip arrangement - brings home this project in a blaze of glory. The RSC these days is often hidden behind its corporate logo. This is the wildest, livelist thing it has done in ages." The Express
Extractions: please use the menu on the left hand side. At The National Theatre: From May to September 2002, The Lyttelton Theatre - the National's most traditional auditorium - is being transformed by a sweep of seats from circle to stage to creat a new intimacy between actor and audience with seating for around 650. Home to five contemporary pieces of work by leading theatre innovators. See also Loft Theatre From a novel by Jeanette Winterson, devised by Jeanette Winterson, Deborah Warner and Fiona Shaw.
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Extractions: Welcome Welcome to 'Absolutely Sophia Myles' - a site dedicated to the highly talented Britsh actress known from movies such as Underworld and Thunderbirds and who will be seen in the upcoming Art School Confidential and . You'll find here lots of information and tons of pictures. I try to update regulary, so you are invited to check back often! I hope you enjoy your stay :-) Love, Maria
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Extractions: The Sexology Season Whatever Happened to...? Faking The Band UK Music Hall of Fame Spoons 2005, Channel 4 Comedy sketch show about the lives and loves of urban thirtysomethings, with characters including a wife who constantly reminds her partner that she "wants a fucking baby", and a blind date man, who takes a woman to a dog fight. The cast includes Rob Rouse, Kerry Godliman, Josie D'Arby, Simon Farnaby, Rosie Cavaliero and Tom Goodman Hill. Made by Zeppotron. Hip Hop Nights The Dark Side of Modern Love 2005, Channel 4 One-off docu-drama by film director Michael Winterbottom about three British Muslims who were kept at Guantánamo Bay as "enemy combatants". The Somme It's Me Or The Dog BodyShock Self-Portraits: The ME Generation Legless Who Killed the British Sitcom?
Extractions: showHide_TellMeAbout2('false'); Business Entertainment Games Health ... More... On this page: Personalities WordNet Wikipedia Best of Web Mentioned In Or search: - The Web - Images - News - Blogs - Shopping Dudley Moore Personalities Dudley Moore Comedian / Pianist / Actor Moore joined Peter Cook, Alan Bennett and Jonathan Miller in the groundbreaking comedy revue Beyond The Fringe . (The group's offbeat satire set the stage for a later British comedy troupe, Monty Python's Flying Circus.) Moore was an accomplished pianist who toured as a jazz musician before joining Beyond The Fringe ; he often used the instrument in his comedy routines. Cook and Moore (also known as Pete and Dud) later co-starred in the sketch comedy TV show Not Only... But Also and the 1967 film Bedazzled . Moore starred in the hit 1979 film where his diminutive size (he stood 5'2") made him a perfect comic foil for the statuesque love interest, Bo Derek . Moore was nominated for an Oscar for his work in the 1981 romantic comedy Arthur (with Liza Minnelli ). In 1999 he announced that he was suffering from a rare degenerative disease known as progressive supranuclear palsy. (He ultimately died of pneumonia related to the disease.) Moore was awarded a CBE by
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Extractions: Patrick Bergin marries the wealthy Dame Olga ( Absolutely Fabulous Joanna Lumley Lucy Punch ) and Olive ( Jennifer Higham Minnie Driver Jimi Mistry ), transfigured in a badly-cast spell.Their journey covers obstacles including saving a tortured elf, Slannen ( Aidan McArdle ). Our elf in distress is closer to the stereotype of the short, pointy-eared, humans with pointy shoes and striped socks than the Legolas-type in The Lord of the Rings Cary Elwes ) who is aptly described by James Berardinelli of Reel Views: Berardinelli Sees Film , as the "villainous, evil uncle (right out of
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Extractions: New on PBS.org: Einsteins Big Idea - One Hundred Years of E=MC2 NOVA online examines the one-hundred year history of Einstein's world-famous equation E=MC2 on PBS.org. The new site features audio clips from ten of the world's top physicists describing the equation, plus an exclusive video clip from the Television program.
Extractions: A DERBY usually transcends into a battle of great rigour and it is those that battle the hardest come out the victor. Not so in Killeavy the game had all the ingredients of a derby, tough tackling, rash challenges, heated exchanges but one thing the game failed to stand up to was good football. The score rarely tells any lies and a combined score of seven points is disappointing for any spectator but it was the celebrations of the winners at the end of game that brought it back home, it was a niggley derby. Wind blew diagonally across the field giving Dromintee the advantage in the first half and the strong gale was far from suitable for a good game. Both sides had the fight and the hunger to win but putting will into practice proved a difficult task. The wind has to account for some of the shooting and this gave Dromintee a game plan of shoot for long range points in the first half and only consider going for goals in the second. County players Aidan and Martin ORourke for Dromintee and Steven McDonnell werent playing and Barry Duffy only came on for the last 15 minutes for the home side.
Extractions: DROMINTEE booked their place in the Senior Championship semi finals with an impressive and entertaining display against Lurgan side Clan na Gael. Two goals within ten minutes demonstrated Dromintee's determination and efficiency. The South Armagh side have been let down before with a lack of self-belief and a tendency not to share responsibility. However, this was a team performance with Oliver Gaughran and Martin ORourke causing havoc amidst the Clans back lines. An explosive start for Dromintee made too much of a mountain for the Lurgan side to climb. A minute and 20 seconds into the game Gaughran had the ball in the back of the net. The goal had touch of fortune as Gaughrans sideline kick looked to be floating over the bar only to dip and catch goalkeeper unaware and land in the net. However, if doubt remained over the merit of the first goal then little could qualm about the legitimacy of the second. Martin ORourke and Gaughran continually pressed the backs and Clans had non-effective answer to Dromintees questions. Diarmaid Marsden played at centre half back and it was clear that he was supposed to win the ball and assist in running through the heart of Dromintee. This ploy did not materialise as intended due to the holding and pressure game that Dromintee enjoyed.
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SCREEN IT! PARENTAL REVIEW: ELLA ENCHANTED aidan mcardle plays an elf who wants to be a lawyer rather than an entertainer as the current law dictates. He assists Ella in her quest. http://www.screenit.com/movies/2004/ella_enchanted.html
Extractions: Nudity Smoking Tense Family ... Violence Mild None *Mild Mild *Moderate QUICK TAKE: Comedy: A teen tries to find her fairy godmother who cast a spell on her that makes her unable to resist or refuse anyone's command. PLOT: In a far away land of magic and mystery, an infant has been given the "gift" of obedience by her fairy godmother. The result is that she can't refuse any command, including one given to her years later by her dying mother dictating that she can't tell anyone about her condition. Things then go from bad to worse when the now teenage Ella of Frell (ANNE HATHAWAY) learns that her father, Sir Peter (PATRICK BERGIN), is planning to marry Dame Olga (JOANNA LUMLEY). If it's not bad enough that he's doing so just for the money, her two daughters, Hattie (LUCY PUNCH) and Olive (JENNIFER HIGHAM), are mean and condescending toward Ella when not fawning over the dashing Prince Charmont (HUGH DANCY). Ella isn't impressed by "Char" as his groupies refer to him, or the fact that he'll soon be crowned king. He'll soon be replacing his uncle, Sir Edgar (CARY ELWES), who now sits on the throne and has made many enemies among the elves, giants and ogres of the adjacent lands. Besides, she's concerned that Hattie has now discovered her weakness and is enjoying ordering her around.
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Extractions: Otherwise, use the following link to read our complete Parental Review of this film. QUICK TAKE: Comedy: A teen tries to find her fairy godmother who cast a spell on her that makes her unable to resist or refuse anyone's command. PLOT: In a far away land of magic and mystery, an infant has been given the "gift" of obedience by her fairy godmother. The result is that she can't refuse any command, including one given to her years later by her dying mother dictating that she can't tell anyone about her condition. Things then go from bad to worse when the now teenage Ella of Frell (ANNE HATHAWAY) learns that her father, Sir Peter (PATRICK BERGIN), is planning to marry Dame Olga (JOANNA LUMLEY). If it's not bad enough that he's doing so just for the money, her two daughters, Hattie (LUCY PUNCH) and Olive (JENNIFER HIGHAM), are mean and condescending toward Ella when not fawning over the dashing Prince Charmont (HUGH DANCY). Ella isn't impressed by "Char" as his groupies refer to him, or the fact that he'll soon be crowned king. He'll soon be replacing his uncle, Sir Edgar (CARY ELWES), who now sits on the throne and has made many enemies among the elves, giants and ogres of the adjacent lands. Besides, she's concerned that Hattie has now discovered her weakness and is enjoying ordering her around.
Extractions: Review by Philip Fisher (2002) The second play in the Lyttelton Transformation season is another adaptation of a modern novel. A Prayer for Owen Meany is John Irving's New Hampshire-set tale of a Christ-like young boy. The first thing to mention is that it is distinguished by excellent acting, particularly from Aidan McArdle as the eponymous hero. It must take all of his physical resources to perform for three hours in the part of "a boy with a wrecked voice". To do this, he produces a voice reminiscent of Mickey Mouse and it is clear by the end of the performance that this is very hard work. The style of Mick Gordon's production is reminiscent of previous adaptations at the National such as Remembrance of Things Past and the wonderful Cloudstreet . It is very episodic and uses a bare set with props appearing from the wings and flies. It achieves great success by adding layer upon impressionistic layer to build up a picture of this latter-day Messiah. The play thrives on dramatic tensions. At almost any moment, the good will be juxtaposed with the bad, although it is not always certain which is which. This adds to an intimate drawing of the relationship between Owen, with his certain Catholic upbringing, and his great friend, disciple and chronicler, Johnny Wheelwright, played by Richard Hope. By contrast, he is a man who searches for but cannot find religious faith.