Monday, November 01, 2010


Update 29 November 2010:

Alan Ayckbourn's official blog has just uploaded an "Image of the Week" of Marc and the cast of Season's Greetings which opens this Wednesday at the National Theatre.

click HERE to view.

Update 21 November 2010:

Director Debbie Isitt talks about the future of Nativity! Click HERE to read the interview.

Nativity! is released tomorrow - AMAZON UK

Update 17 November 2010:

Booking for performances of SEASON'S GREETINGS from 12th January 2011 opens tomorrow i.e. Thursday 18th November.
n.b. Day seats (and possibly returns) may also be available for other dates. See here: NATIONAL THEATRE

Final performance is 13 March 2011

Update 13 November 2010: REHEARSAL PHOTO GALLERY

The National Theatre have just released exclusive rehearsal photographs from SEASON'S GREETINGS by Manuel Harlan. To view them click HERE and click on REHEARSAL GALLERY. Also just announced, more tickets will become available from November 18 2010. SEASON'S GREETINGS opens December 1 2010.

Update 10 November 2010

More news coming soon...

Marc in SEASON'S GREETINGS at the NATIONAL THEATRE - tickets remaining for the following dates:
December 23, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 and January 1, 3, 4.

Marc, Jason Watkins and Martin Freeman during Nativity! filming

*photo Jason Watkins

NATIVITY! is released on Blu-ray and DVD in the UK on 22 November see HERE
and Australia on 18 November 2010 - see HERE.

Nativity! also premieres on SKY BOX OFFICE from Monday 22 November 2010.
For a synopsis, photos and scheduling info click HERE. It is also available on Virgin Media Movies on Demand


Solveig said...

Yay! Can't wait to see Nativity! :D Pre-ordered mine ages ago.

Pin-gli said...

Look forward to hearing your thoughts on Mr Poppy!

Hero_UK said...

Re: Debbie Isitt interview.

Franchise eh? :)

As exciting as the posibility of a Nativity sequel sounds I am not sure how it would work aside from being a Mr Poppy spin-off. Desmond never got the closure that Maddens did and it was never revealed whether his auntie reinstated him at St Bernadettes or not.

Then again, Nativity could end up being like a UK High School Musical and more UK Christmas films are definitley a gap filler in Hollywood.