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post Jul 29 2008, 08:16 PM
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post Sep 6 2008, 06:55 PM
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Double post meh!

Times Online article Spaced's Jessica Hynes prepares for the Norman Conquests
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post Sep 15 2008, 01:14 PM
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Win tickets to see it from The Guardian.
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post Sep 16 2008, 09:36 AM
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QUOTE (grumpygit @ Sep 7 2008, 05:55 AM)
Double post meh! 

Times Online article Spaced's Jessica Hynes prepares for the Norman Conquests
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Alas, mostly drivel and bollocks.
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post Sep 16 2008, 10:46 AM
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^ Sorry about that. I should have read it properly before posting a link, I thought it was about the play.

It's not like a journalist to let the facts stand in the way of a good story, is it?
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post Sep 26 2008, 04:11 PM
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BBC News article Old Vic goes round for trilogy
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post Sep 26 2008, 04:45 PM
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Blimey, that Times interview is... interesting

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“Can you imagine after Spaced if I had gone and written a film with Edgar and written a part for Simon in that? How might he have felt? How would you have felt?” Sad, I say. “Yes, I was very sad. Literally, on a physical level, I loved Simon.” She’s using the past tense, I point out. “I’ll always love them. But it’s not a live thing because they’ve gone to a different creative place.” The geek-friendly, arguably less character-based route Pegg and Wright have taken is “great fun, but it’s not necessarily what I would have wanted to do. They went and did it and I don’t think it occurred to them to ask me if I wanted to do that.

“I was very sad for quite a while afterwards, and quite numb. I couldn’t get my head round it.” It was a while before they were in touch. “There was a bit of tension, a bit of: ‘Why are you being like that?’ ‘I’m not being like that’ and that creates a distance which then becomes a chasm.” They now e-mail occasionally. “I see Simon like a distant cousin or something. I don’t care what s*** goes down. I will always be Simon’s friend because that’s how I am,” she adds.
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post Sep 26 2008, 07:18 PM
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QUOTE (Zoe @ Sep 26 2008, 05:45 PM)
Blimey, that Times interview is... interesting
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Jessica responded to the interview on the 14th of September saying -

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I was very dismayed to see the Times article the other week, with a picture of me looking like a love-lorn twat and "It was very sad. I loved him." written beneath it. I ACTUALLY said I loved Simon AND Edgar AND Nick, or course I did, we were buddies, they went their way I accepted that and was proud. Ed Potton obviously preferred to focus on his invention of the story rather than my truth. What a prick. No way were my 'eyes welling up with tears' I never cry, ever, not since my tear ducts were cauterized in a freak accident with a precision laser. At least that's what Ed Potton said so it must be true.

Yours pissed offly,
Jessica Hynes


Jessica then asked for this to be posted on the 17th -

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Ed Potton and his editor Dominic Maxwell have apologized for the cover - Ed said he wasn't there when it was put together, Dominic said it was misleading.

Apology accepted.

Jessica


Tc fm Lou
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post Sep 28 2008, 10:05 PM
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Listening to Jonathan Ross radio podcast and this weeks show (Sat 27th September) featured Jessica and Stephen Mangan talking about the plays. Really funny. smile.gif

Available for download - this week's Jonathan Ross podcast.


Here is an interview with the bearded Stephen Mangan.

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post Oct 1 2008, 05:42 PM
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I love how Jessica slipped 'What a Prick' into that response to the times article laugh.gif
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post Oct 1 2008, 05:53 PM
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^Yes, well said Jessica.
Moving on..

Here are some BBC news videos featuring Jessica and Steven interviews.

Yorkshire stage 'in West End'

Ayckbourn comedy revived
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post Oct 7 2008, 12:52 PM
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Review from the Telegraph

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A warm and glowing Jessica Hynes wrenches the heart as the youngest sibling, Annie




4* out of 5 Review from the Guardian



5* Review from the Times
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post Oct 9 2008, 12:28 AM
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Went to see 'Round and Round the Garden' tonight, and it was a massively entertaining night out. Fantastic writing, beautifully designed and impeccably performed by the whole cast. Laugh out loud funny and emotionally engaging, I heartily recommend a trip. The redesigned seating at The Old Vic is a masterstroke, even if it does mean the more annoying audience members can be somewhat distracting (for both cast and audience). I swear Stephen Mangan splashed those girls on the front row with parsnip wine on purpose. If he hadn't, I would.

Fingers crossed I can make it out to see the other two parts before the run ends.
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post Oct 10 2008, 07:35 PM
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Came across this radio 4 Midweek show from 01 Oct in which Libby Purves is joined by Jessica Hynes, Mary Moore, Christopher Biggins and James Caan.
Featured Jessica talking about the plays and her time in the Youth Theatre.


A video showing the transformation of the Old Vic into the round with voiceover by director Matthew Warchus.

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post Oct 15 2008, 12:37 PM
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When I rang to get tickets this morning I was told that only the Upper Circle are available so book up quick if you want to see it. I guess that's what a 5* review in the Times does.
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