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Posted By missbillie   August 28th, 2014  Uncategorized

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Posted By missbillie   August 7th, 2014  Photo Update,Project: Great Britain,Projects: Theatre

We’ve uploaded a bunch of photos fans have taken from the stage door at Great Britain. If you’ve met her during her run at the National Theatre, please send us your photos!

Posted By missbillie   August 7th, 2014  Candids,Photo Update

Posted By missbillie   July 3rd, 2014  Photo Update,Public Events


Posted By missbillie   July 1st, 2014  Project: Great Britain

At first, it’s as if Bean – a former stand-up who loves gags clever, coarse or corny – might have been watching too many episodes of TV sketch show Little Britain. Taking us into the offices of a nasty, formerly lefty tabloid called The Free Press, he introduces us to a gallery of vipers, weasels and leeches, caricatures all.

None is more odious than Billie Piper’s convincingly shallow and ruthless news editor, Paige Britain, a sultry, stiletto-stamping schemer who might as well sprout devil’s horns. Britain takes to phone-hacking like a duck to water. She gets into bed – literally – with the cops (the Assistant Commissioner of the Met, played by Oliver Chris, whose superior is an idiotic running joke) and seduces the political top-brass (Rupert Vansittart’s eminently amenable Tory toff PM-to-be Jonathan Whey).


Posted By missbillie   July 1st, 2014  Project: Great Britain

The main point is that his play, a kaleidoscope of short scenes, is blessedly funny. Far and away the most absurd character, played with admirable po-faced sincerity by Aaron Neil, is a dunderhead police commissioner who, faced with an intractable murder inquiry, goes on television and announces “a clue is the one thing I’ve not got” and who allows himself to be publicly Tazered in the interests of good PR.

Accused of an inappropriate relationship with a subordinate, he is also wittily told of the golden rule: “Thou shalt not comfort thy rod with a staff.”

It becomes a little harder to laugh at the conscience-free journalists but Billie Piper does an excellent job in conveying the ruthless ambition and unstoppable drive of Paige Britian, whose dream is to be invited to the party she sees at the heart of the governance of the land.


Posted By missbillie   June 30th, 2014  Photo Update,Project: Great Britain,Projects: Theatre

Posted By missbillie   June 28th, 2014  Uncategorized

To celebrate the UK series finale of Penny Dreadful on Tuesday 8th July 2014 you can ask your questions directly to Billie Piper! Post them either on this Facebook page, the event page or tweet them to @BilliePiper using ‪#‎AskBillie‬! The Q&A will be at 4pm (GMT), it’s unknown whether it will be via video or via Twitter.