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News: Christmas Special Followed By 2017 Run for Inside No 9

The eagerly anticipated third series of Inside No 9 will be preceded by a Christmas special. 

News: Latitude Announces More Comedy – Bill Bailey, Reece Shearsmith, Katherine Ryan & Many More

More comedy shows have been announced as part of this year's Latitude Festival. The new highlights include Bill Bailey and Katherine Ryan doing solo shows and Reece Shearsmith as a special guest along with Rufus Hound for Robin Ince & Josie Long’s Festival Shambles, a special take on their hit podcast, Book Shambles.

Also just announced are Silver Sony Award winner Milton Jones, Piff the Magic Dragon, Marcus BrigstockeDane Baptiste and Jen Kirkman.

News: South Bank Sky Arts Awards for Catastrophe, Izzard & Hangmen

The winners of the 20th South Bank Sky Arts Awards were announced at a ceremony today.
The Sharon Horgan/Rob Delaney sitcom Catastrophe picked up Best Comedy, beating Peter Kay's Car Share and Michaela Coel's Chewing Gum.
Eddie Izzard was presented with the Outstanding Achievement award by Lenny Henry, joining previous winners from Tracey Emin to J.K Rowling. Host of the awards Melvyn Bragg said “Eddie Izzard is a marvel.

News: Reece Shearsmith to Appear In West End Play

Reece Shearsmith is to appear onstage in London later this year.

He will co-star with Ken Stott in a new production of Ronald Harwood's play The Dresser, directed by Sean Foley.

News: Star Guests Announced for Third Series of Inside No 9

The third series of the award-winning and acclaimed BBC Two comedy Inside No 9 has begun filming and will return later this year. A star-studded cast will join creators Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton in six stand-alone comedy dramas - each one set in a different location with a completely new style, tone and characters.

New settings include a restaurant after closing time, an art gallery and an alpine chalet in 1978.

Theatre Review: Hangmen, Royal Court

By one of those quirks that you either love or deem irrelevant, I've just seen two shows in a row with a noose onstage. First there was Sam Simmons’ dark Foster’s Award-winning Soho Theatre show. And then this positively pitch-black piece of theatre by acclaimed writer Martin McDonagh, who most will probably know best for the hit hitman movie In Bruges.

News: Reece Shearsmith Joins Dr Who Team

Actor, comedian and award-winning writer Reece Shearsmith joins Peter Capaldi (the Doctor) and Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald) as he takes-up a guest role in a special episode of Doctor Who, returning to BBC One this September.

Reece has previously played Patrick Troughton in a docu

News: Reece Shearsmith To Appear In New Play

Reece Shearsmith has been confirmed as one of the stars of a new play, Hangmen, which opens at the Royal Court Theatre on September 10.

Hangmen, written by Martin McDonagh, tells the story of "the second-best hangman in England" on the day in 1965 when hanging is abolished. McDonagh also wrote the movies In Brudges and Seven Psychopaths.

TV Preview: Inside No. 9 – The Trial of Elizabeth Gadge, BBC2

Another dramatic tonal gear change in this fantastic series this week. And also a change of period, with writers Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton taking centre stage in The Trial of Elizabeth Gedge, set during the witch trials of the 17th Century.

Shearsmith and Pemberton play Warren and Clarke (decide for yourselves if that’s a homage to the late actor), who are called in to oversee a trial in the village of Little Happens. Is Elizabeth Gadge (Ruth Sheen) a sorceress in league with the devil or just a smutty old hag?

TV Preview: Inside No. 9 – The Twelve Days Of Christine, BBC2

The co-star of this week’s Inside No. 9, Tom Riley, recently tweeted that it was “maybe the greatest half hour of TV I’ve ever been lucky enough to be in”. Actors are not unfamiliar with the art of hyperbole, so perhaps we should take that with a wheelbarrow full of salt. On the other hand I think he might just be right.


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