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Film

Death of Stalin Dir: Armando Ianucci
Free Range & Quad Films
Beirut Dir: Brad Anderson
Art Pictures Studio
Limehouse Golem Dir: Juan Carlos Medina
Number 9 Films
The Danish Girl Dir: Tom Hooper
Working Title Films
RACE Dir: Stephen Hopkins
Forecast Pictures
Mr Turner Dir: Mike Leigh
Film 4 for Sony Pictures
Hannah Arendt Dir: Margarethe von Trotta
Minotaurus Films
Skyfall Dir: Sam Mendes
Bond 23 Ltd
Pope Joan Dir: Soenke Wortmann
Constantin Film
Amazing Grace Dir: Michael Apted
Clapham Films
Conspiracy Dir: Frank Pierson
Labrador Films for HBO
Dreaming of Joseph Lees Dir: Eric Styles
Midsummer Films
Mad Cows Dir: Sara Sugarman
Flashlight Films
Topsy Turvy Dir: Mike Leigh
Thin Man Films
The Avengers Dir: Jeremiah Chechik
Warner Bros
Titanic Town Dir: Roger Michell
Company Pictures
Maria's Child Dir: Malcolm McKay
BBC Films
Shooting Fish Dir: Stefan Schwartz
Winchester Films
The Man Who Knew Too Little Dir: John Amiel
Warner Bros
The Russia House Dir: Fred Schepisi
Pathe Screen Ent. Ltd
Heavens Gate Dir: Michael Cimino
MGM / UA
   

Theatre

The Audience Dir: Stephen Daldry
Apollo Theatre
Twelfth Night Dir: Gemma Bodinetz
Liverpool Everyman
Chariots of Fire Dir: Ed Hall
Hampstead Theatre
The Homecoming Dir: David Farr
RSC - Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon
Rocket To The Moon Dir: Angus Jackson
The National Theatre
Von Ribbentrop's Watch Dir: Bridget Larmour
Oxford Playhouse / Watford Palace
An Inspector Calls Dir: Stephen Daldry
Novello Theatre
Mary Stuart Dir: Phyllida Lloyd
Broadhurst Theatre, Broadway
Moonlight & Magnolias Dir: Sean Holmes
The Tricycle Theatre
Legal Fiction Dir: Christopher Morahan
Theatre Royal Bath
The Chairs Dir: Thea Sharrock
The Gate
Romance Dir: Lindsay Posner
The Almeida Theatre
Arab-Israeli Cookbook Dir: Tim Roseman / Rima Brihi
The Tricycle Theatre
Jumpers Dir: David Leveaux
The National theatre/ West End / Broadway
Hysteria Dir: Laurie Sansom
Salisbury Playhouse
House & Garden Dir: John Tillinger
Manhattan Theatre Club, NY
Jubilee Dir: Gregory Doran
RSC
Mr Peter's Connection Dir: Michael Blakemore
The Almeida Theatre
Art Dir: Mick Gordon
West End
The Late Middle Classes Dir: Harold Pinter
Ambassador Theatre
Bazaar Dir: Roxanna Silbert
The Royal Court Theatre
Chimps Dir: Gemma Bodinetz
Hampstead Theatre
American Buffalo Dir: Lindsay Posner
The Young Vic
Habeas Corpus Dir: Sam Mendes
The Donmar Warehouse
The Editing Process Dir: Stephen Daldry
The Royal Court Theatre
Bertie Bertie Dir: Danny Boyle
The Royal Court Theatre
Doing The Business Dir: Mike Bradwell
The Royal Court Theatre
The Art of Success Dir: Adrian Noble
Manhattan Theatre Club, NY
King John Dir: Deborah Warner
RSC
The Possibilities Dir: Ian McDiarmid
The Almeida Theatre
Sarcophagus Dir: Jude Kelly
RSC
Flight Dir: Howard Davies
RSC
Macbeth Dir: Adrian Noble
RSC
A Midsummer Night's Dream Dir: Bill Alexander
RSC
Crimes In Hot Countries Dir: Bill Alexander
RSC
Red Noses Dir: Terry Hands
RSC
The Party Dir: Howard Davies
RSC
The Desert Air Dir: Adrian Noble
RSC
Henry V Dir: Adrian Noble
RSC
Good Dir: Howard Davies
RSC/ Broadway
Piaf Dir: Howard Davies
Broadway
Man and Superman Dir: Stephen Porter
Broadway

TV

Will Dir: Shekhar Kapur
TNT
Delicious Dir: John Hardwick
Sky
Taboo Dir: Anders Egstrom
Scott Free
Friday Night Dinner Dir: Martin Dennis
Big Talk / Channel 4
The Living & The Dead Dir: Alice Troughton
BBC
Letters From Baghdad Dir: Sabine Krayenbuhl
Betwenn the Republic LLC
The Eichmann Show Dir: Paul Andrew Williams
Feelgood Films, BBC
George Gently Dir: Roger Goldby
BBC
Mapp & Lucia Dir: Diarmuid Lawrence
BBC
New Tricks Dir: Tom Mullens
Wall To Wall for BBC1
The Assets Dir: Morgan Hertzan
ABC
Borgia Dir: Christoph Schrewe
Atlantique Productions & Canal +
The Honourable Woman Dir: Hugo Blick
BBC
Moonfleet Dir: Dan McCulloch
Company Pictures for Sky One
Poirot Dir: Tom Vaughan
ITV
Ripper Street Dir: Stephen Smallwood
Tiger Aspect for BBC
The Escape Artist Dir: Brian Welsh
BBC
The Kevin Eldon Show BBC
Silk Dir: Alice Troughton
BBC
Loving Miss Hatto Dir: Aisling Walsh
Left Bank Pictures for BBC
Red Riding Dir: James Marsh
Revolution Films
Shameless Dir: David Evans
Company Pictures for Channel 4
Foyle's War Dir: Simon Langton
Greenlit for ITV
Eleventh Hour Dir: Terry McDermott
Granada
Rome (Season 1 & 2) Dir: Various
HBO/ BBC
Doc Martin Dir: Ben Bolt
Buffalo FIlms
The Last Detective Dir: Ferdinand Fairfax
ITV
A Touch of Frost Dir: Roger Bamford
ITV
Dave Chappelle Show Comedy Central
Helen West Dir: Various
ITV
Waking The Dead Dir: Robbie Del Maestro
BBC
The Mrs Bradley Mysteries Dir: Martin Henderson
BBC
Great Expectations DIr: Julian Jarrold
BBC
Midsomer Murders (Death of a Hollow Man) Dir: Jeremy Silverton
ITV
The Woman In White Dir: Tim Fywell
BBC
Pie In The Sky Dir: Martin Henderson
Select TV
The Last Englishman Dir: John Henderson
Tiger Aspect
Men Of The Month Dir: Jean Stewart
BBC
The Chief Dir: A.J.Quinn
Anglia Television
Bonjour La Classe Dir: John Henderson
Talkback Thames
Cracker Dir: Michael Winterbottom
Granada
Hedda Gabler Dir: Deborah Warner
BBC
Mr Wroe's Virgins Dir: Danny Boyle
BBC
The Life and Times of Henry Pratt Dir: Adrian Shergold
Red Rooster Films
A Fatal Inversion Dir: Tim Fywell
BBC
Bad Girl Dir: George Case
BBC
The Blackheath Poisonings Dir: Stuart Orme
Central Films
For Greater Good Dir: Danny Boyle
BBC
Max & Helen Dir: Philip Saville
TNT
My Kingdom For A Horse DIr: Barbara Rennie
BBC
The Wolvis Family Dir: Roger Parsons
BBC
Blackeyes Dir: Dennis Potter
BBC
Miami Vice Dir: Various
NBC Series
The Hound of The Baskervilles Dir: Peter Duguid
BBC
A Rumour of War Dir: Richard Heffron
CBS
Here's Boomer Dir: Mace Nufeld
NBC

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Reviews

THE AUDIENCE
” A fresh cast of PMs includes a wonderful Harold Wilson in the shape of Nicholas Woodeson, all defensive Huddersfield bluff concealing a progressive’s heart and the brain of a cunning operator. Of all the PMs, he is the only one allowed the luxury of character development as he moves from impertinence to being genuinely likeable.” - Neil Norman (The Daily Express)

“Nicholas Woodeson is a joy as impish Wilson…His deterioration is quietly moving.” - Marinka Swain (The Arts Desk)

“Nicholas Woodeson’s Harold Wilson and Gordon Kennedy’s Gordon Brown nearly steal the show (as do a couple of royal dogs).” - Quentin Letts (The Daily Mail)

“Nicholas Woodeson is a chaotic but likeable bumbler of a Harold Wilson” - Michael Coveney (whatsonstage.com)

“A terrific supporting cast bring eight Prime Ministers to brilliant life, especially Nicholas Woodson’s Harold Wilson” - Mark Shenton (Londontheatre.com)

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