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Motherland, episode 4 review

It's become increasingly clear that Julia is not a heroine but an irritant.

Michael Hogan, The Telegraph, 29th November 2017

Motherland review: being a parent is a laughing matter

Motherland (BBC2) is a comedy that captures those moments of parental misery and magnifies them.

Christopher Stevens, Daily Mail, 8th November 2017

Preview - Motherland

The first series of Motherland begins Tuesday 7th November on BBC Two. Here are Sophie's thoughts on the opening episode...

Sophie Davies, The Velvet Onion, 4th November 2017

Review: Twelfth Night - NT Live

Michael Cox reviews 'a very enjoyable staging of one of Shakespeare's best comedies'.

Michael Cox, Across The Arts, 20th April 2017

16 times Green Wing was one of the funniest shows ever

From the surreal quirks of Sue White to the stammering awkwardness of Dr Alan Statham, we've rounded up some of the best bits below...

Sam Haysom, Mashable, 14th April 2017

Review: Twelfth Night, National Theatre

The National Theatre's promotional campaign for Simon Godwin's new Twelfth Night has been all Tamsin Greig, all the time.

Dan Rubins, A Younger Theatre, 27th February 2017

Review of Twelfth Night starring Tamsin Greig

The headline news about the National's new production of Twelfth Night has, of course, been the re-gendered casting of Malvolio as Malvolia, with Tamsin Greig assuming the mantle of the romantically deluded servant infatuated by her mistress, so Malvolia turns out to be a lesbian.

Mark Shenton, London Theatre, 25th February 2017

Twelfth Night, Olivier, National Theatre, review

Tamsin Grieg plays Malvolia, a traditionally male role, in Simon Godwin's new modern-dress production of Shakespeare's classic comedy of mistaken identity, joining the ranks of great actresses, who are tackling meaty Shakespearean roles, including Glenda Jackson as Lear.

Paul Taylor, The Independent, 24th February 2017