James Graham special: Labour of Love scenes

During yesterday’s broadcast on BBC One of James Graham’s special we were able to enjoy some interviews with Martin Freeman and Tamsin Greig both of the stars of 2017’s Labour of Love as well as some scenes from the read-through and last but not least, actual scenes from the play!

We’ve made some gifs from them so if you were unable to attend you can at least know the set and the different settings/wardrobe and scenes.

Check them out below.

Continue reading James Graham special: Labour of Love scenes

The Dumb Waiter rehearsals

We’re pleased to inform that rehearsals have begun today for The Dumb Waiter, Martin’s new play that’s set to open next January 31st.

Photo credit: Jamie Lloyd Co ig

As someone mention on Twitter, it’s likely that the rehearsals are taking place in Jerwood Space as Martin as well as Danny Dyer – his co-star – were seen there.

We are hoping that some rehearsal photos will be published soon. Stay tuned and follow our Instagram and Twitter accounts to keep updated!

Interviewed guest at James Graham special

The celebrated playwright James Graham is getting a special programme on BBC One next January 21st at 22:45 UK Time.

During this special, Martin Freeman as well as other guests such as Benedict Cumberbatch and Tamsin Grieg will be interviewed as actors that have worked with James Graham material: Martin and Tamsin in Labour of Love and Benedict in Brexit.

To be able to watch this TV show you will need to be in the UK or have a UK IP. If that’s the case then you should click on this link for the BBC One live URL. Considering the same requirements you can watch the show some minutes after it airs from the iPlayer at the programme’s website.

The Operative World Premiere at Berlinale ’19

Great news comes by the way of the prestigious Berlin Film Festival. On a recent press release it was informed that The Operative – starring Martin Freeman and Diana Kruger – will have its World Premiere at Berlinale (Berlin Film Festival).

From their press release published on their website, it was informed that while they will be screening it, it’s going to be out of competition.

The Festival runs from February 7th until February 17th. The complete programme will be published officially on January 29 so we will know the date in which the World Premiere will take place on that day.

It’s important to remember that during those dates, Martin will be doing his play “The Dumb Waiter” for Pinter at the Pinter, in London so it’s possible that he might not be attending although no official confirmation has been released.