On the Stage

It’s BBC actors and comedy stars who’ve made the corporation great over the years — not two-a-penny journalists

Over these past months, one has lost count of the number of humble showbiz folk selflessly going to the trouble of taking photos/videos of themselves being jabbed

If plum roles started being handed out on the random basis of “artistic merit”, anarchy would surely reign…

And Piers Brosnan’s Irish accent leaves something to be desired

The latest buzz from our back-stage gossip

As the misrepresentations in The Crown call for historical dramas to be clearer in their creative license, Romeo Coates offers a brieg guide to fact and fiction in drama

I struggle to think of a more glorious spectacle than the sight of Sean flashing that winning smile

One cannot imagine how profound Ms Winslet’s pain must be to now regret working with Woody Allen and Roman Polanski

After Dame Judi Dench’s resignation as a “national treasure”, Romeo Coates considers the runners and riders for the role

Following a brief loss of balance in a London watering hole I ‘took the knee’ – but that doesn’t detract from the symbolism