The Happy Prince premiere in London

Colin Morgan at The Happy Prince premiere in London today – Photos from @mcrossick
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#ColinMorgan: ‘There’s a real war against mediocrity right now’

” Now 32, Morgan — best known for playing the title role in the BBC series Merlin — is about to appear for the first time at the National Theatre, now run by Norris.

He’ll star in a major revival of Brian Friel’s Translations, a deceptively gentle title for a play that’s essentially about an act of cultural violence. Set in the 19th century, a group of English Royal Engineers turn up in rural Donegal and start renaming everything with anglicised names. Morgan plays Owen, the son of a local schoolmaster who returns to the village after six years in Dublin and acts as a go-between for the English and Irish. ”

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#Humans new photos from the Season 3

Humans returns tonight at 9pm on Channel4 !

 

What’s next after Day Zero?

The new series of Humans picks up 12 months after Mattie (Lucy Carless) unleashed the consciousness code, bringing every Synth to sentient life. We open on the one-year anniversary of what’s now being called Day Zero, when tens of thousands died in the resulting chaos.

On the set of Humans season 3: Gemma Chan, Colin Morgan and cast on the show’s biggest conflict yet

 

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Rehearsal photos of #Translations with #ColinMorgan

Photos have been released offering a peek into rehearsals of the upcoming revival of Translations at the National Theatre.

Colin Morgan stars in the play, alongside Dermot Crowley, Aoife Duffin, Adetomiwa Edun, Michelle Fox, Ciarán Hinds, Laurence Kinlan, Seamus O’Hara, Judith Roddy and Rufus Wright.

https://www.whatsonstage.com/

 

#Thehappyprince will be released in cinemas on 15 June 2018 through Lionsgate UK. #ColinMorgan

The happy prince will be released in cinemas on 15 June 2018 through Lionsgate UK.
Written and directed by, as well as starring, Rupert Everett, opens in cinemas across the UK on 15 June.  The final years of Oscar Wilde, and the ghosts that haunted him, are vividly evoked in Everett’s directorial debut.