David Bloomer Photography have released several new promotional images for Mad Dogs 3.
Unfortunately, This House missed out at tonight's Olivier Awards. It lost to Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time in both it's nominated categories; Best Director and Best New Play.
However, In other This House news, you can now buy a print of the poster used for the Cottesloe run in which Philip Glenister starred. The prints (which can be purchased here) start at £20 and you can choose from 'Fine Art Print', 'Photo Print' or 'Canvas' in a variety of sizes. The price does change depending on the selections you make.
Two new promotional images for Mad Dogs series 3 have been released today. They both show Quinn, Baxter, Woody and Rick in the orange boiler suits from previous shots but these are slightly different poses.
Philip's interview with Clare Eden, from the Minister of Chance is now online. In the interview he talks about what attracted him to the project, Mad Dogs 4 and a new hairstyle...
Read the full interview here.
The first full trailer for series 3 of Mad Dogs has been released. We last saw the Quinn, Woody, Baxter and Rick being greeted in Morocco by a group of armed me; what will happen next? Well, take a look at the trailer below to find out...
We’ve begun adding information pages to the site for some of the shows that Philip has been in. Follow the links below to see what we’ve been doing. These links are also accessible from the TV Filmography page.
Ashes to Ashes
Life on Mars
Keep an eye on the page for updates about his other projects; they’re on their way.
We have been informed (by a source who wishes to remain anonymous) that filming for 'Big School' is taking place at Bishopshalt School in Uxbridge, Middlesex.
The school's website tells us that it was opened in 1907 when Middlesex County Council established Uxbridge County School. The school now occupies the site and grounds of a former Victorian mansion and its name was taken from the house where, for 500 years, the Bishops of Worcester rested or halted in their own property while travelling to London.
Much of the main part of the school building dates from the 1950's when the school grew to take four forms of entry each year. It has been a popular local secondary school and in the 1970's expansion to five forms of entry brought another building programme. Following the high demand for places, further growth took place in 1989 when the first six forms of entry arrived.
We don't know as yet if the scenes filmed there are interior or exterior but we will keep you informed if we receive any more information.
The map below shows the location of the school.
If you are in the area or have any further information about the filming please do let us know.
The London Evening Standard reports that Philip Glenister and John Simm were in last night's audience at the National Theatre for the performance of This House.
On the eve of Margaret Thatcher's death, they were joined by more than two dozen MPs of the Thatcher era including Tory grandee Sir Peter Viggers and Baroness Bottomley and her husband Sir Peter. Most had booked seats on the green benches on the stage where actors playing MPs mingle with audience members.
Whilst Mrs Thatcher doesn’t appear in the play, her presence looms large in the background as Jim Callaghan's Labour government heads for the exit.
We wonder what Philip thought of the transfer and the actor now playing his role? Must have been strange to watch.
Were you at last night's performance? Did you see Phil and John? If so please let us know.
In a new article in the Daily Mail's Live magazine, 'Who let the Dogs out?' there are two new photos of the Mad Dogs gang.
These pictures have also been added to the 'Portraits' gallery.
We are pleased to report, thanks to Theresa, that Hidden is now available to buy on DVD in Australia.
The DVD, which contains all four episodes of the series over 2 discs is now available in all good DVD retailers.
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Reverend John Anderson
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Living the Dream
Status: Filming (exp late 2017)
Organized group that supports families and children with cancer being treated at Kingston Hospital Surrey.
Shooting Star Chase
Charity caring for families with a child or teenager with life-limiting conditions in London and Surrey.
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Online since: 27th October 2012