Both Martin himself and the theatre’s security guard has informed us that he is not going to do stage door after the play due to feeling under the weather. Let’s hope for a speedy recovery. We saw him leaving through the front door, apologised for not being able to sign or take photos because he wasn’t feeling very well. Get well soon!
GQ Magazine has named Martin as one of the Best Dressed Men of the week for his gorgeous look during Labour of Love press night.
Remember his look right? A little tease below but remember you can check out our gallery for that event here or click on the images below.
WHAT: A double breasted jacket and check trousers.
WHERE: A press night after party for “Labour Of Love” at The National Cafe in London, England
WHEN: October 3, 2017
WHY: Nothing shows you’re a menswear boss like plaid pants and a pair of tinted glasses.
Make sure to check out some exclusive photos from Stage Door of Labour of Love from October 5 and October 7!
As a little teaser here are only a few, but the rest can be found here or clicking on the photos!
As promised, we’ve uploaded some UHQ photos of Martin arriving and leaving BBC Radio 2 Wogan House yesterday for The Chris Evans Breakfast Show. Click on the photos below to go to our gallery to view all of them in full size and while you are there check out some new photos that BBC Radio 2 instagram account uploaded too, that can also be found in the gallery.
A lot of nice photos, videos and clips became available after this morning’s Martin’s apperance in BBC Radio 2 “The Chris Evans Breakfast show” in which both Martin and Tamsin Greig – his co-star in Labour of Love – talked about the play and enjoyed a live performance by The Fizz which included some dancing.
Some photos came from Social Media, click on the photos to access larger versions:
Even a lucky fan:
Then there were some uploads from the programme’s website featuring Martin and Tamsin, click on the photos to go to the Gallery and find larger versions:
There are several clips from the show. You can listen and watch them here. If you want to listen to the entire show (Martin and Tamsin appears during the last hour aproximately, i’d say 8:30 am considering the show starts at 6:30), you can do so from the BBC website here but only for 29 days. There’s no country restrictions for this. But we’ve uploaded the entire audio here (important: 420mb m4a file).
As if that’s NOT enough, a band called The Fizz played some songs during the show and for their last performance they played their own cover of DNCE’s Cake By The Ocean. Luckily, this performance during the show has a video and you can watch them on the BBC website here, or you can also download the video if you want (we’ve uploaded it for you, it’s an HQ 37mb mp4 file). But I’m sure you want a little preview, don’t you?
Last but definitely not least, we have some UHQ photos of Martin arriving and leaving BBC’s studios at Wogan House. We’ll make a separe post for that later! So watch this space!
As you probably know by now, when Labour of Love was announced they said that they were going to be offering 20000 tickets at £10, sponsored by more expensive tickets (that range from £40ish, £60is and £90ish). They probably – as it usually happens in plays – they didn’t released all of them at once and today they are announcing that more £10 tickets are available to be purchased. So if you were having doubts, go ahead and try to get yours now!