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The Latest Tom Stoppard News

Sir Nicholas Hytner Pulls Out Big Gun Tom Stoppard For Final Season

21st March 2014

Sir Nicholas Hytner's final play before his departure from the National Theatre will be an as-yet untitled production written by...

Cynthia Nixon Returning To Play She Starred In 30 Years Ago

14th March 2014

Sex & The City star Cynthia Nixon is returning to Broadway to revive a Tom Stoppard play she featured in...

Ewan Mcgregor Books Broadway Debut With The Real Thing

1st November 2013

Scottish star Ewan Mcgregor is heading to the Broadway stage to make his debut in a revival of Tom Stoppard...

Tom Stoppard Pens Radio Play To Commemorate Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon

28th March 2013

The playwright Tom Stoppard was first asked to concoct a play based on Pink Floyd’s hit album Dark Side of...

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards Hand 'parade's End' Four Gongs

14th March 2013

World War I drama, Parade’s End was the big winner at the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards, picking up four top...

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Tom Stoppard Footage Film / Movie Reviews

Anna Karenina 2012, Review by Rich Cline

Tolstoy's iconic novel may have been filmed several times, but you've never seen a version...

Enigma 2001, Review by Pete Croatto

Some books are not meant to become movies. High Fidelity is a good example....

Shakespeare in Love 1998, Review by Christopher Null

Easily the best comedy of the year - and the best film of the year...

Empire Of The Sun 1987, Review by Christopher Null

1941 notwithstanding (and we're all still trying to forget it), Empire of the Sun was...

Brazil 1985, Review by Christopher Null

Categorically, one of the greatest films of the century--about a lowly clerk in a postmodern...

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