Gillian Anderson, Joanna Lumley, John Bishop and Damian Lewis are among the stars appearing in a new play – without having rehearsed or seen a script – at London’s Park Theatre this summer.
A group of actors, authors, lawyers and film-makers have called on the Government to lift a ban on people seeking asylum in the UK taking on paid work.
Juliet Stevenson has hailed the women’s movement for helping her overcome a “difficult and quite painful” childhood as she accepted the lifetime achievement gong at the Women in Film and TV (WFTV) awards.
Sandi Toksvig has praised Carrie Gracie and the 200 female journalists who spoke out against unequal pay at the BBC.
Juliet Stevenson has said she feels “blown away” after being named by Women in Film and TV (WFTV) as the recipient of its lifetime achievement prize.
Juliet Stevenson has said the Me Too and Time’s Up movements made her realise “how much shit” she had accepted as a young woman working in theatre.