[WhatsOnStage.com (blog)] - Pinter was heavily instrumental in getting Death and the Maiden put on in London, where it opened twenty years ago in the tenth anniversary year of the LIFT biennial festival, starring Juliet Stevenson, Michael Byrne and Bill Paterson.
by Lesley Smith Law & Order: UK. Series Premiere. Cast: Bradley Walsh, Jamie Bamber, Harriet Walter, Ben Daniels, Freema Agyeman, Bill Paterson. Regular airtime: Sundays, 10:30pm ET. (BBCA; US: 3 Oct 2010) ...
Sullivan (Bill Paterson) was there when it happened, filing copy for a British newspaper from the relative safety of his room in a PLO-controlled hotel – but much of his time during those tempestuous days was spent getting to know a mysterious ...
[Oxford Mail] - In the past few years well-known names such as Imelda Staunton, Bill Paterson, James Fleet, Miranda Richardson and Dominic West have all lent their support to the event, giving festive readings on the night. Celebrities attending this year's event will
[Witney Gazette] - In the past few years Imelda Staunton, Bill Paterson, James Fleet, Miranda Richardson and Dominic West have lent their support. Celebrities attending this year's event will be ann-ounced in the coming weeks. Tickets are priced at between £10 and £40
[Shadowlocked] - Bill Paterson steals the show though as the robotic Bracewell. It's a strong performance that never lapses into mechanical cliché. It's nice that we get to see at least some sort of journey – from his initial enthusiastic delight at the invention of
[Telegraph.co.uk] - In this respect, the media's reaction to Hearts' subsequent ban resembles that of Bill Paterson's dour Scot in Licking Hitler, the David Hare play about a black propaganda unit in World War II. When Paterson is met with a squeamish refusal after he
[SFX] - On Monday he visited the set of Dirk Gently's second series in Bristol where he chatted with Stephen Mangan, Helen Baxendale, Bill Paterson (who appears in the second episode of the new series) and more. You can read all about his day and (almost)
Writer'; he's the guy who actually writes the wargames, devises the scenarios, and even doles out the weaponry. In the world of his wargame, he is God. Today Bradley meets a senior British officer played by Bill Paterson.
Caves. The guest cast. Ian McNeice is always value for money, but Bill Paterson edged ahead with a lovely little performance. Karen Gillan was again excellent, and is quite a hottie. Both good things. Spitfire dogfight in space.
WHEN Bill Paterson likens his 1950s Glasgow childhood to Jurassic Park, it is not that he considers himself a dinosaur. It is simply that his mem-ories of that period of his life are so vivid, they remind him of the film's story of a ...