On Chesil Beach release dates


On Chesil Beach – movie with Oliver Johnstone in the role of Ted, will have its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2017 (unknown date) and will be released in UK on 19 January 2018.

I couldn’t find production photos with Oliver, yet.

LINKS

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1667321/releaseinfo?ref_=tt_dt_dt

https://www.tiff.net/

http://www.tiff.net/the-review/tiff-17-expands-its-slate-with-a-slew-of-new-festival-films/ list of the movies

An Interview with Oliver Johnstone on Culture Calling


Image Credit: John Douet

Culture Calling tweet: “The award-winning #Tribes is on @crucibletheatre. We were lucky enough to talk to one of the stars, Oliver Johnstone

You can read the interview here: http://culturecalling.com/uk/features/an-interview-with-oliver-johnstone

I like what he says, he seems a clever young man with a clear idea on what he wants in life!

They also gave me the permission to post it on my blog, you can read it in the Interview session:

https://oliverjohnstoneactor.wordpress.com/interviews/2017-07-17-an-interview-with-oliver-johnstone/

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Image Credit: John Douet

On Sheffield Theatres’ site, you can also read the transcript of Emily Howlett & Ciaran Alexander Stewart brilliant Tribes interview on BBC Radio Sheffield, aired on Monday 17 July:

https://sheffieldtheatres.rooftop.io/sites/2/2016/11/18110736/Radio-Sheffield-Interview-Transcript.pdf

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These are three talented and brilliant young actors!

Tribes adv+production photos and first reviews


On 3 July there was the Press Night of Tribes at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.

Here the adv photos made by the Crucible Theatre

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Here the production photos – photographer Mark Douet:

I went to see the last preview on the 1st of July: it’s a beautiful story and the six members of the cast made a terrific performance! Unmissable!

This is a regional premiere of the play, let’s hope it goes farther! The West End, maybe? I do hope so!

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REVIEWS

read the first reviews for Oliver as Dan:

What’s On Stage 4 July 2017 – 4* – “Oliver Johnstone copes superbly with Dan’s journey from bumptious brilliance, via drugs and hallucinations, to inarticulate desperation. ” (also source for the photos)

The Stage 4 July 2017 – 3* – “the cast give convincing performances. Oliver Johnstone is equally believable as the stammering brother Dan who can’t cope with his sibling’s signs of independence.

Broadway World UK 4 July 2017 – 4* – “The six performers are fantastic – not only did each embody their characters really effectively, there is a clear chemistry between them. […] Although all the actors are excellent, some of the strongest scenes are those between Johnstone and Stewart. The loving and loathing of sibling relationships, and the tensions of wanting to fly the nest vs wanting to stay cocooned in the family home, are expertly drawn, and the way Dan crumbles as Billy becomes stronger is beautifully portrayed.

The Reviews Hub 5 July 2017 – 3*1/2 – “Oliver Johnstone is compelling throughout as Billy’s brother Dan, whether cruelly baiting his parents and sister, or later bereft and wordless at the apparent loss of his brother from his life.

Exeunt Magazine 5 July 2017 – “It’s in the relationship between Billy and Dan that the emotional centre of Tribes lies, though. Oliver Johnstone is all too believable as the brash, arrogant exterior of his character is gradually worn away, his stammer returning with the threat of his brother becoming independent.

Derbyshire Times 6 July 2017 – “All the hearing actors –Simon Rouse, Lindy Whiteford, Oliver Johnstone, and Louisa Connolly-Burnham – are memorable

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More reviews will follow. Congratulations Oliver!

Tribes official page on Sheffield Theatres’ site

https://www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk/whats-on/tribes

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Tribes rehearsal photos


Four Tribes rehearsal photos by Mark Douet, with Oliver Johnstone as Dan. Full gallery here: https://www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk/whats-on/tribes

Here the storyline: “Billy was born deaf into a hearing family. In the arguments and jokes around the kitchen table, he has never been treated any differently to the rest of them. But when he meets Sylvia, who teaches him sign language, he starts to wonder if his family have ever really listened to him at all.” It sounds interesting!