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Theatre: Further Cast Announced For ‘Mary Poppins’ Return

Cameron Mackintosh and Disney are delighted to announce that Petula Clark and Joseph Millson will join the Company to play the Bird Woman and George Banks in the new production of Mary Poppins, which returns to its original West End home at the Prince Edward Theatre from 23 October 2019. They join the previously announced Zizi Strallen in the title role and Charlie Stemp as Bert.

Petula Clark

The magical story of the world’s favourite Nanny arriving on Cherry Tree Lane has been triumphantly and spectacularly brought to the stage with dazzling choreography, incredible effects and unforgettable songs. The stage version of Mary Poppins, brilliantly adapted from the wonderful stories by Pl Travers and the original beloved Walt Disney film, continues to be a smash hit around the world since it opening in London 15 years ago.

Petula Clark became a star in the UK at nine years old singing for the
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Back This! Special – Ethel: A Short Film

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Alzheimer’s is a horrendous disease that is unfortunately very common amongst the elderly.. There is a chance that most the people reading this post know someone or have a family member close to them dealing with Alzheimer’s… It’s a disease that is often overlooked in the mainstream media and not best represented! Director Jonny Wright and the guys at Three Wise Monkeys hope to show you a movie about the effects with their beautiful, passionate and important short film Ethel.


Ethel is a short film that aims to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s Disease and also engage a younger audience. The film is based on a real life event that happened to the writer/director Jonny Wright. An event so powerful it burnt into his consciousness and developed over time into a gritty and grounded drama, starring Miriam Margolyes as Ethel. We hope to help promote a charity,
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Home Entertainment Review: ‘Tango One’ DVD Review

When heroin dealer Den Donovan (Vincent Regan) finds his carefully-constructed criminal empire falling to pieces and his family going the same way, it seems like curtains for the craggy career criminal. Pursued by Colombian adversary Carlos Rodriguez (Enrique Arce) and bent cop nemesis Hathaway (Joseph Millson) he must work out who to trust as he struggles to get his house in order.

This is pretty standard gangster movie fare, loaded with guns, sprinkled liberally with “f***s” and festooned with scantily-clad females. What’s supposed to set it apart is the family dimension, namely the relationship between Den and teen daughter Zoe (Lauren Coe). She’s now hooked on the powder he made his money from, and while there’s a sense Donovan is on a road to redemption it’s only a vague one. If the idea is we care about his plight, well it didn’t happen for this reviewer.
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365Flicks Podcast – Episode 103: Indie Talk – ‘Tango One’

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Here’s the latest episode of the 365Flick podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on Libsyn, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres.

365Flicks Podcast – Episode 103: Indie Talk – ‘Tango One

This week we sit down to talk to Sacha Bennett and Patricia Rybarczyk about the movie Tango One which is the first fully financed Brit indie Flick to by distributed by Universal Studios UK… We talk mostly about Tango One which is available to buy right now on all major streaming services and coming to DVD in the next couple of weeks. We also chat about there careers to date and future projects from there production company Three Wise Monkeys. Thank you to the awesome Toby Osmond for helping set this one up…

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Watch An Exclusive Clip From The Upcoming British Film ‘Tango One’

To coincide with its release on the home formats later this month we have an exclusive clip from the upcoming British film Tango One.

When three undercover recruits are assigned an impossible mission to take down one of the world’s most wanted men, notorious drug dealer, Den Donovan (Vincent Regan 300, Bonded by Blood), they have no idea who they are dealing with. As the undercover recruits inch closer to their target, they are each drawn in by the charismatic criminal leader – too close, perhaps, to remember the rules.

Related: Interview with Tango One star Vincent Regan

Tango One is a heart-stopping thriller where crime, corruption, and power know no limits; brilliantly led by Regan, and supported by Sophie Colquhoun (TV’s Plebs, Captain America: The First Avenger), Joseph Millson (Casino Royale, TV’s Ashes to Ashes), Calum MacNab (Football Factory, The Firm) and introducing Union J star Jj Hamblett
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Exclusive Interview – Director Sacha Bennett talks crime thriller Tango One

Paul Risker chats with Tango One director Sacha Bennett

“My big thrust was not just to make a British gangster and crime London set movie, but open up the world and make this in the shadows of the James Bond world” explains filmmaker Sacha Bennett of his intentions for crime and spy thriller Tango One. An adaptation of Stephen Leather’s 2002 novel of the same name, the story follows three undercover recruits who are assigned an impossible mission to take down wanted man and notorious drug dealer, Den Donovan. As they come closer to their target, the rules become blurred as they find themselves drawn in by their charismatic target.

Ahead of the Home Entertainment release, Bennett spoke with Flickering Myth about the two opposing worlds of storytelling and marketing, and reflected on the superhero juggernaut and British struggles to embrace the international market.

Jaws and Blade Runner have been
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“He had a fatal flaw in that he was an international heroin dealer…” Vincent Regan On ‘Tango One’

British action fest Tango One is coming to the home formats and leading the mayhem is Vincent Regan. A versatile character actor, he’s appeared in films as diverse as 300 and City Of Tiny Lights alongside Riz Ahmed. He’s also been a familiar face on TV screens for years in fare like The Royals and The Musketeers.

Tango One sees him playing embattled drug dealer Den Donovan, who finds himself in a shed-load of trouble as the police close in and his family are threatened. Adapted from the novel by Stephen Leather it’s a great showcase for Regan, who chatted to us about what it’s like playing a hard man with a difference…

Thn: What drew you to the project?

Vincent Regan: The fact that it was a good script. With so many British gangster films the plots don’t really add up and if they want
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Win Tango One on DVD

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To mark the release of Tango One on 19th March, we’ve been given 3 copies to give away on DVD.

Vincent Regan stars in this British crime drama co-written and directed by Sacha Bennett. With a team of undercover agents on his tail, notorious drug dealer Den Donovan (Regan) finds himself facing a dilemma as he looks to protect his criminal empire and the life of his daughter. The cast also includes Sophie Colquhoun, Enrique Arce and Joseph Millson.

Please note: This competition is open to UK residents only

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Open to UK residents only The competition will close 19th March 2018 at 23.59 GMT The winner will be picked at random from entries received No cash alternative is available

The usual T&Cs can be found here. Good Luck!

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Poster, trailer and images for British crime thriller Tango One

Ahead of its home entertainment release next month, a new trailer, poster and batch of images have arrived online for the upcoming British crime thriller Tango One. Based on Stephen Leather’s novel of the same name, the film is directed by Sacha Bennett and features a cast that includes Vincent Regan, Sophie Colquhoun, Joseph Millson, Calum MacNab, and Jj Hamblett; take a look below…

When three undercover recruits are assigned an impossible mission to take down one of the world’s most wanted men, notorious drug dealer, Den Donovan (Vincent Regan 300, Bonded by Blood), they have no idea who they are dealing with. As the undercover recruits inch closer to their target, they are each drawn in by the charismatic criminal leader – too close, perhaps, to remember the rules.

Tango One is set for a digital release on March 5th, followed by a DVD release on March 19th.

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First Trailer Debuts For New British Thriller ‘Tango One’

Universal Pictures has debuted the very first trailer for their upcoming British thriller Tango One, which arrives on digital on March 5th, and then on DVD from March 19th.

Step into the ruthless London criminal underworld and prepare yourself for action of the most brutal order when the film adaptation of Stephen Leather’s nail-biting thriller Tango One launches on Digital Download from 5 March, and DVD from 19 March, 2018.

Based on the award-winning and best-selling novel by top UK thriller author Stephen Leather (Murder in Mind, London’s Burning) and directed by Sacha Bennett (Get Lucky, We Still Kill the Old Way), Tango One is a fast-paced crime thriller about how far one man will go to rescue his daughter and save his criminal empire from collapse.

When three undercover recruits are assigned an impossible mission to take down one of the world’s most wanted men, notorious drug dealer, Den
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Doc charting quest to reach 'Pole Of Inaccessibility' goes into production

Last Pole follows a team of explorers trekking to the most remote spot in the Arctic.

Last Pole, an ambitious documentary set to follow a team of explorers to the as-yet uncharted Northern Pole of Inaccessibility, has begun production.

The project is being produced by Three Wise Monkeys Productions and will track explorer Jim McNeill’s 80-day journey to the Pole, which marks the spot in the Arctic Ocean that is the furthest from any land. It has so far not been reached on foot by man.

Last Pole is directed by Sacha Bennett and is being shot as a theatrical production in collaboration with Ice Warrior, McNeill’s training project to help people survive in polar conditions.

The explorer and the crew will travel alongside a team of ordinary people who can sign up to expedition and will be trained to collect data for organisations such as Nasa.

Risky shoot

However, filming such an
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