2015

RADA Interview with Daniel Mays

Try to be creative with your choices: An interview with Daniel Mays

Daniel Mays has done a fantastic interview for RADA: The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Danny attended RADA for his acting education and training: “I recognise my RADA education as a huge opportunity which has given me invaluable experience.’

Danny is currently starring in The Red Lion at the National Theatre through 30 September.
“Theatre is just intoxicating; that live scenario when the audience is getting so much out of it – if you could bottle that feeling, it would be wonderful.”

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Daniel Mays Interview With Robert Elms & BBC London 94.9

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Courtesy of Robert Elms & BBC London 94.9

Courtesy of Robert Elms & BBC London 94.9

 

Daniel Mays had a great interview with Robert Elms of BBC London 94.9 this afternoon.  Danny discussed The Red Lion, non-league football, and the upcoming Dad’s Army film.

Listen to the interview here for the next 30 days.

Thanks to Robert and BBC London 94.9 for the always warm welcome!

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Haven House Children’s and St Joseph’s Hospices’ Charity Football Match

The Haven House Children’s & St Joseph’s Hospices’ charity football match featuring Daniel Mays as the Celebrity Team manager against the Tottenham Hotspur Legends team was held Sunday 17 May at Leyton Orient’s Matchroom Stadium.

While the Spurs Legends team won the match 10-5 over the Celebrity Team the real winners are the two wonderful charities. An amazing total of almost £25,000 has been raised!

Thank you to everyone who attended and donated. We hope that you had a wonderful time!

Please consider a donation to Haven House Children’s Hospice and St Joseph’s Hospice

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The Red Lion Public Booking Now Open

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Public booking for The Red Lion is now open at the National Theatre website for all dates from 3 June (first preview) and including the additional dates from 31 July through 30 September (last performance).

The Red Lion will also have tickets available during The National Theatre’s new Friday Rush beginning Friday 30 May at 1PM for performances the following week. Friday Rush ticketing will be ongoing through out the run and include performances that are sold out! More information is available on The National Theatre’s FAQ page.

The Red Lion

Small-time semi-pro football, the non-league. A world away from the wealth and the television cameras. A young player touched with brilliance arrives from nowhere. An ambitious manager determines to make him his own. And the old soul of the club still has dreams of glory.

A haunting and humorous new play about the dying romance of the great English game – and the tender, savage love that powers it.

Cast includes Daniel Mays, Calvin Demba, and Peter Wight.

Directed by Ian Rickson

Written by Patrick Marber

Line of Duty Series Three: First Promo Photo and Additional Casting 

 BBC Two has released the first promo image from Line of Duty series 3!
With filming well under way for Line Of Duty series three, the BBC has today unveiled the other officers in the Armed Response Unit joining Daniel Mays’ (Mrs Biggs, Public Enemies, Made In Dagenham) character Sergeant Danny Waldron. 

Will Mellor (Broadchurch, The Street) plays PC Rod Kennedy, Arsher Ali (The Missing, Silent Witness) plays PC Harinderpal ‘Hari’ Bains and Leanne Best (Ripper Street, Fortitude) plays WPC Jackie Brickford.

Jed Mercurio, writer and creator of Line Of Duty, says: “Sergeant Danny Waldron appears to run a team of crack firearms officers, but hidden tensions simmer beneath the surface. We’re all hugely excited that Will Mellor, Arsher Ali and Leanne Best have agreed to play these pivotal roles.”

The commissioner for BBC Two is Kim Shillinglaw, Controller of BBC Two and BBC Four, and Ben Stephenson, Controller of BBC Drama Commissioning. The executive producers are Jed Mercurio (Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Critical) and Simon Heath (The Great Train Robbery, The Fear and The Bletchley Circle) for World Productions, and Stephen Wright for BBC Northern Ireland. With support from Northern Ireland Screen.

The producer is Peter Norris (Nylon, Between The Lines). Michael Keillor (Critical, Silk) will direct episodes one to three and John Strickland (Bodies, Prime Suspect 2) will direct episodes four to six.

Courtesy of BBC Two

Courtesy of BBC Two

Daniel Mays Joins BBC Two’s Line of Duty

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The Red Lion – Additional Tickets released through 25 July

The National Theatre has released extra tickets for The Red Lion performances through Saturday 25 July.

Additionally, the remainder of the run through 30 September is on sale to the public beginning Friday 1 May.

NT membership levels are able to book ahead of the public on sale date.

The Red Lion

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