Tribes rehearsal photos

Four Tribes rehearsal photos by Mark Douet, with Oliver Johnstone as Dan. Full gallery here:

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!

Screen caps from Loaded

U-hu! I had a quick look at episode 5 of Loaded The Boat” of last night and…

…and here Oliver Johnstone playing Callum!!! I was wondering which kind of character he could be. I like the way Ewan and Callum look at each other.

Callum wears an earring, cool! And Fantasia is a nice name for a boat.

I can’t wait to watch the whole episode and the next one! I’m sorry for the big spoiler, but I had to share it! 😂

I’m also sorry for the logo above, but Filmon is the only why I can watch British series from where I live! I’ll make better images when I get the DVD.

Oliver Johnstone is a bold actor, not scared of playing any kind of roles! He seems at ease playing gay roles. It shouldn’t matter, I know, because it’s his work and it shouldn’t be a big deal nowadays, but I find it great!

I’ll make a full gallery soon.

Ok, another intense one for you, I now use as header:

Oliver in the cast of Tribes in Sheffield!

Oliver Johnstone is in the cast of Tribes by Nina Raine, playing Dan, at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield!

The production opens on 3 July, with previews from 29 June, and runs until 22 July. Here the news by @Theatremusing:

Page on the Sheffield Theatres official site:

Congratulations for the new role, Oliver!


The RSC’s parcel has arrived!

Guess who was happy opening the mail box yesterday morning?

I’m so glad they arrived. And what a surprise seeing photos of Oliver Johnstone more than one time, both in the DVD box and in the book!

I watched again Oliver in King Lear last night,
this production is still as compelling as it was live! I think the play was well directed for the DVD!

I was on the 1st row seeing it in Stratford, but I could see the costumes’ details better on TV! Those creations were masterpieces!

And I wanna watch it again with the Commentary soon!

This is my 2nd DVD by the RSC, by chance both have Paapa Essiedu in the cast. And now I have three DVDs with Oliver Johnstone in my collection!

Well, they’re still too few! Please Cymbeline DVD come soon!