Here’s some of the feature by Lynn Barber. “The play actually sounds very interesting. It’s about a period from 1940 to 1941 when Benjamin Britten, WH Auden and Carson McCullers (author of The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter) were all sharing a house in Brooklyn, along with the stripper Gypsy Rose Lee. Sadie, of course, plays Gypsy. “She’s a great character and has a very sparky wit. She’s known as a showgirl, but there’s this other side to her — she wrote a wonderful memoir and also wrote a bestselling novel during this time called The G-String Murders. But she probably felt a bit in Carson McCullers’s shadow, so there’s this very intense relationship between the two of them. Obviously, I’ve got to work on the accent.””
Continuing his work with MatchesFashion.com. Pip recently shot rising star Luke Pasqualino at London’s Somerset House.
In his interview with MatchesFashion.com, the young actor talks about his lead role in the new BBC mini-series The Musketeers and the next step in his career, as he transitions from television to the big screen.
Read the full interview here
The third episode of The Musketeers airs on BBC1 at 9pm on 2nd February.
Currently making electronic waves…Rebecca Miller captures the emotional intensity of East India Youth as his debut album- Total Strife Forever- is launched in the UK.
Listen now and look out for East India Youth on his many Summer festival lineups.
Back for it’s third series and already at the top of Saturday’s TV ratings, it’s BBC1’s The Voice.
Ray Burmiston captured the official campaign images with this year’s all-star judges; Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson, Kylie Minogue, Tom Jones and will.i.am.
Transforming into cold, ruthless spy Milady de Winter in her latest role for BBC1’s 10-part drama ‘The Musketeers‘, Pip shoots raven-haired beauty Maimie McCoy for You Magazine.
BBC1’s new witty adaption of ‘The Three Musketeers’ also featuring Peter Capaldi (The Thick Of It, The Hour), Luke Pasqualino (Skins, The Borgias) and Tom Burke (The Hour, Only God Forgives), debuts on our screen’s this Sunday at 9pm.
Pip snaps ‘Warhorse’ heart throb Jeremy Irvine in the run up to the release of his new film ‘The Railway Man’ alongside Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman.
Irvine has been making his mark on the British film industry, featuring in ‘Now is Good’, ‘Great Expectations’ and most famously as the lead in ‘Warhorse’ which led him to the demanding role of the young Eric Lomax in ‘The Railway Man’ . A story inspired by the real-life experiences of a prisoner of war of the Japanese in World War II.
Be sure to check out this dreamboat in ‘The Railway Man’, which is released on 10th January – Friday this week!
Ray Burmiston whips up another masterpiece for Channel 4′s brand new cooking competition ‘The Taste’.
Shot in the on-set kitchen at Pinewood Studios and featuring notorious domestic goddess Nigella Lawson, French born and bred chef Ludo Lefebvre and American chef and author Anthony Bourdain, the show follows a very similar format to hit BBC talent show ‘The Voice’, with contestants dishing up their finest cuisine for the ‘blindfolded’ judges in an attempt to gain a position on one of the gourmet chefs’ teams.
‘The Taste’ originates in The States where the US version produced by Lawson and Bourdain was a big hit. Let’s hope the UK version which airs tonight on Channel 4 at 9pm, will do just as well – a little pick me up for a certain judge whose 2013 didn’t end so well…
Shot in the heart of Ireland, Sky’s latest project from Shoot Production had us in Dublin’s Ardmore Studios to shoot Anuerin Barnard, (Citadel, The Truth about Emanuel) and the industry’s go-to gangster Ray Winstone (Sexy Beast, The Departed) to produce the mesmerising billboard for Sky’s Christmas two-part adaption of the popular 19th century children’s novel ‘Moonfleet’ by J.Meade Falkner.
Combining location shots from around various parts of Ireland, photographer Finlay Mackay and art director Simon Corkin worked fantastically in capturing the essence and adventure of Falkner’s tale of smuggling.
‘Moonfleet’ made for brilliant family viewing when it aired on the 28th and 29th December 2013.
Photographer: Finlay Mackay/ Production: Shoot Production/ Art Director: Simon Corkin