Giant Puppet at the Shakespeare Birthday Celebrations 2010
Absolutely thrilled at the news that David Bradley has been cast as William Hartnell in the new BBC drama An Adventure in Space and Time, by Mark Gatiss.
David Bradley filming Shakespeare is Two-Faced
We had the privilege of filming with the incomparable David Bradley. It was a masterclass and made the film début of Phil Irons a breeze, because David is not only one of the world’s most talented actors he is also one of the kindest and most encouraging actors to work with. A star in the truest sense of the word. Garrick’s script is being transformed into something greater than he could have imagined and as a Director he is in seventh heaven to be working with such a stellar cast and crew.
New Patron – top Equity Fight Director Kev McCurdy. http://www.kevinmccurdy.com/
New photographs in Gallery – Film.
A brilliant Blog written by the remarkable Sylvia Morris.
I can no other answer make, but, thanks, and thanks.
We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and the wonderful, kind, “nothing is too much trouble…”, knowledgeable and delightful staff who have given us so much support and such happy, easy days when we have been filming Shakespeare is Two-Faced. Being a part of the intimate world of Shakespeare is an extraordinary honour and the people we meet and work with are remarkable. Thanks and thanks….we look forward to many more such happy days.
We have had such fun and filmed some crucial scenes on the Avon, thanks to Nick and the team at Avon Boating Ltd. You really have “pushed the boat out”…(pun intended)….and made us so very welcome. Might be getting rather cold to film out on the river again, but we think we have it all in the can now. Thank you so much.
We extend an enormous thank you to George and his team at Barnaby’s Fish Restaurant. We have been fed and looked after like Royalty and we are so grateful for the kindness and support that we have been given. Look forward to seeing you all again soon. Please look at the Video message when a happy cast and crew enjoyed a delicious lunch.
A BIG thank you to all the staff at Stratford-upon-Avon station – especially Colin and the very lovely BIG JOHN – for being so gracious, accommodating and kind at incredibly short notice…i.e. immediately! We had to film a crucial scene, on a freezing day, with a heap of armour and swords and arrived with frozen actors & crew, clanking metal, and fading light and they could not have been more helpful. It was a great shoot. Thank you again.
A huge thank you to Professor Andrew Bretz and his EN 3020 Shakespearean Contexts class at the University of Guelph,Ontario. Their contribution to the Shakespeare is Two-Faced film is truly epic.
— Andrew Bretz (@AndrewBretz001) November 19, 2012