• Richard Fleeshman on Stripping Down in London's Company, His Olivier Nomination & What Patti LuPone Calls Him
    by Matt Wolf on Marzo 23, 2019 at 4:00 AM

    Richard Fleeshman starred on the West End and Broadway opposite Caissie Levy in Ghost the Musical and was part of the British ensembles of Urinetown and The Last Ship. But it’s fair to say that he has never had quite the opportunity offered by the knockout, gender-flipped revival of Company, playing the barely-clothed air steward Andy—a character previously known as April. The winning and funny performance has brought Fleeshman an Olivier nomination: one of nine received by the Gielgud Theatre production as a whole, as the charming Englishman, keen to share the praise, was quick to point out. How did you hear that you were among the nine Olivier nods for this groundbreaking production of the 1970 Broadway classic, Company: the first iteration of the Stephen Sondheim/George Furth musical to recast the central character, Bobby, as a female, Bobbie [played by Rosalie Craig]? You know, I’ve been filming a TV series by day and doing the show at night and wasn’t holding out for a nomination; I think it had definitely just gone over my head when about 1:30PM on that Tuesday I went to the loo and tuned my phone from airplane mode back on and it went mental with messages ... […]




  • No More Dodgy Women Drivers as UK Bans Sexist Stereotypes in Ads
    by Natalie Romero on Dicembre 31, 2018 at 11:00 PM

    By Umberto Bacchi LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Britain is to ban advertising showing women who can’t park or men who struggle to change a nappy in a crackdown on gender stereotypes, the industry watchdog said on Friday The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said a review had found some stereotypes were harmful, citing ads that belittle […] The post No More Dodgy Women Drivers as UK Bans Sexist Stereotypes in Ads appeared first on OMG News Today. […]



  • Netherlands v Germany, Northern Ireland Belarus and more Euro 2020 clockwatch - live!
    by Daniel Harris on Marzo 24, 2019 at 9:31 PM

    Live updates from the 7.45pm kick-offsGermany face long road back to top after Löw’s drastic overhaulFeel free to email Daniel or tweet @DanielHarris your thoughts 9.31pm GMT Into injury-time in Belfast... 9.31pm GMT Change for Germany, Reus replacing Gnabry - who was very good in the first half and scored a very, very good goal. Continue reading... […]



  • What’s in Store for Mobile Gamers in 2019?
    by Quertime Writer on Marzo 11, 2019 at 4:07 PM

    Mobile gaming has long been surpassing other forms of gaming for the rich content that it produces for all genres and player abilities. Indeed, mobile gaming. Worth $70.3 billion, 2018 saw mobile gaming revenue account for more than half of all gaming revenue – which is set to exceed $180 billion by 2021. Gaming apps […]


  • Historic royal visit to Cuba at odds with US stance
    on Marzo 24, 2019 at 4:06 AM

    Royal visits overseas always attract a great deal of scrutiny, but none in recent memory has been quite as politically sensitive and potentially inflammatory towards the UK's closest ally than this one. […]

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