We've lost a George, a Prince, a poet named Cohen, a man made of stardust, and are getting Trumps. 2016 proves that we need time machines.
… No, seriously, what year is it? It’s Sunday night and I’m watching Justin Chatwin live a double life. … I’ve been here before. … Y’all, even “Doctor Who” didn’t want this much to change since 2013, and especially not in just this year alone.
“The stand-out performance is Penelope Wilton’s magnificent Gertrude. I have always thought the part underwritten but, by the simple expedient of always living in the moment, Wilton fills in Shakespeare’s gaps. Wilton charts precisely Gertrude’s transition from serene queen to appalled, unwitting accomplice in a royal murder.” - Michael Billington
Penelope Wilton and Jude Law in Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’ (2009)