Hello Morsonians, Endeavourists and Lewislings and welcome to my weekly update to all that has happened in the Morse universe this past week. So, without further ado let us begin.
Laurence Fox on Twitter and Instagram.
The ITV show will start 10pm on Monday 27th February – a time that means the news is being shunted to a controversial 10:30pm slot. The show will be on at the same time every weekday for eight weeks.
The next next few tweets are from the Endeavour/Hathaway Twitter account.
A domestic comedy written by Rebecca Front’s brother, Jeremy. It will be on BBC Radio 4 on Thursday the 23rd February at 11pm.
Dakota Blue Richards on Twitter and Instagram.
Abigail Thaw on Twitter.
Roger Allam on Twitter.
If you are wondering where you have seen the actor in the foreground before, it was in the Lewis episode, Music to Die For. He played Richard Helm.
Below is from the ArenaPal website. Thank you to the Shaun Evans Only Twitter account for putting me on to these.
All the above from MISS JULIE by Strindberg ; Rosalie Craig as Miss Julie and Shaun Evans as Jean ; at The Minerva Theatre Chichester, UK ; July 2014 ; Credit : Nigel Norrington / ArenaPAL ; http://www.arenapal.com
The above are from BLACK COMEDY by Shaffer ; Shaun Evans as Harold Gorringe and Rosalie Craig as Clea ; at The Minerva Theatre Chichester, UK ; 10 July 2014 ; Credit : Nigel Norrington / ArenaPAL ; http://www.arenapal.com
The above three pictures are from KURT and SID by Smiles ; Danny Dyer (as Sid) Shaun Evans (as Kurt) at the Trafalgar Studios, London, UK ; 11 September 2009 ; Credit : Marilyn Kingwill / ArenaPAL ; http://www.arenapal.com
The above two are from GILLIAN ANDERSON – Melinda Metz ROGER ALLAM – Adam Penzius WHAT THE NIGHT IS FOR by Michael Weller Comedy Theatre 11/02 Director: John Caird Credit: Rowena Chowdrey / ArenaPAL http://www.arenapal.com
All the above from MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING by Shakespeare : Roger Allam ( as Benedick ) ; The Royal Shakespeare Company ; at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire , UK ; April 1990 ; Credit: John Bunting / ArenaPAL http://www.arenapal.com
The above three are from THE SEAGULL by Chekov ; Roger Allam ( as Trigorin ) ; The Royal Shakespeare Company ; at the Swan Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire, UK ; November 1990 ; Credit: John Bunting / ArenaPAL http://www.arenapal.com
The above four are from MEASURE FOR MEASURE by Shakespeare ; Early rehearsal ; Josette Simon (as Isabella) ; Roger Allam ( as Duke Vincentio ) ; Royal Shakespeare Company ; Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, UK ; October 1987 ; Credit: Clive Barda / ArenaPAL ; http://www.arenapal.com
The above four are from BLACKBIRD – David Harrower King’s Theatre Edinburgh 08/05 Una – JODHI MAY Ray – ROGER ALLAM Director – Peter Stein Set Designer – Moidele Bickel Composer – Arturo Annecchino Sound – Fernando Nicci credit: Clive Barda / ArenaPAL
The above four are from MACBETH by Shakespeare Stratford – 1996 ROGER ALLAM as Macbeth Director : Tim Albery Designer : Stewart Laing Credit: Clive Barda / ArenaPAL http://www.arenapal.com
The above four are from SEMINAR by Rebeck ; Roger Allam as Leonard ; at Hampstead Theatre, London, UK ; 1 October 2014 ; Credit : Nigel Norrington / ArenaPAL ; http://www.arenapal.com
The above five are from THE TEMPEST by Shakespeare ; Joshua James as Ferdinand, Jessie Buckley as Miranda and Roger Allam as Prospero ; at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, Stratford, UK ; 02 May 2013 ; Credit : Nigel Norrington / ArenaPAL ; http://www.arenapal.com
If you are wondering where you have the actress above before she was in the Morse episode, Death is Now my Neighbour. Her name is Maggie Steed and she played Angela Storrs.
The above photos are from UNCLE VANYA by Chekhov ; Roger Allam (as Vanya); at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester, UK; 4 April 2012; Credit : Pete Jones / ArenaPAL; http://www.arenapal.com
So, with the joy of finding the above I decided to keep rooting around the site and found these gems.
The above photos are from THE ABSENCE OF WAR by Hare ; John Thaw ( as The Rt. Hon. George Jones M.P. ) ; at the Olivier, National Theatre, London, UK ; October 1993 ; Credit: Mark Douet / ArenaPAL http://www.arenapal.com
The above are from PYGMALION by Shaw ; John Thaw (as Alfred Doolittle) ; Peter O’Toole (as Professor Higgins) ; at Shaftesbury Theatre, London, UK ; New production ; Press night 15 May 1984 ; Credit : Conrad Blakemore / ArenaPAL ; http://www.arenapal.com
The above is from WOMEN BEWARE WOMEN; John Thaw (as Sordido); A Royal Shakespeare Company Production; New Arts Theatre Club, London, UK; Director: Anthony Page; Set Designer: Sally Jacobs; Costume Designer: Anthony Powell; 1962; Credit: Morris Newcombe / Mander and Mitchenson University of Bristol / ArenaPAL http://www.arenapal.com
The above three are captioned only as JOHN THAW Credit: Mark Douet / ArenaPAL
The one above is captioned HENRY VIII – Shakespeare 06/83 John THAW as CARDINAL Wolsey at ROYAL SHAKESPEARE THEATRE DIR Howard DAVIES Credit: Laurence Burns / ArenaPAL
John with his wife Sheila Hancock.
The pic is captioned SO WHAT ABOUT LOVE Criterion Theatre 09/69 PETER BLYTHE / SHEILA HANCOCK / ANN BELL / JOHN THAW Credit:TopFoto / ArenaPAL
Well that is all for today due to time restraints. I hope you enjoyed the post. Take care.