Luke Treadaway on the red carpet at the 2016 IWC Gala in honour of The British Film Institute London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 4th October 2016
Sometimes, fate brings people together and James was in desperate need of someone to help him overcome the life he was living. A recovering heroin addict, James was an outsider, having spent years on the street he knew he needed something to change and when Val comes to his aid and finds him a place to stay, he begins his road to recovery.
James is determined to start his life again. When he hears rustling coming from the kitchen, James expects to find a burglar but he finds a little ginger cat raiding a box of cereal. Unable to find his owner, James semi-adopts the little cat and they automatically bond and he names him Bob. Travelling to the other side of London to busk to tourists in Covent Garden Bob follows James on his daily commute by jumping on the bus.
Now inseparable, James and Bob both used one another as support systems. James Begins selling The Big Issue and really begins to get his life back on track, not entirely but significantly down to a little four legged friend.
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The investigation concluded that old materials are to blame, and other theatres need to play it safe
The dramatic collapse at London’s Apollo Theatre around 40 minutes into a performance of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time late last year didn’t claim any lives, but unless something’s done to ensure other theatres don’t suffer the same fate, experts fear a catastrophe could be just round the corner.
The Apollo Theatre's collapse
The heavy rein that preceded the collapse was thought to be the cause, however, the subsequent investigation has determined that old materials – in place from the theatre’s year of opening, 1901 – were the primary cause of the theatre’s dangerous breakdown.
Luke Treadaway and Ruta Gedmintas - Celebrities attend A Curious Night at the Theatre at Apollo Theatre - London, United Kingdom - Monday 1st July 2013
Luke Treadaway - The Olivier Awards held at the Royal Opera House - Pressroom - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 28th April 2013
Luke Treadaway is winning all the plaudits for his turn as a maths genius suffering from Asperger's Syndrome, in The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time.
The National Theatre's staging of Mark Haddon's best-selling novel 'The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Night-Time' has been met with critical acclaim following its opening at the Apollo Theatre in London's West End. Luke Treadaway, who plays a 15-year-old maths genius with Asperger's Syndrome, has come in for particular praise, and told the BBC that the part was a "golden opportunity."
Simon Stephens' stage adaptation of the hugely popular novel premiered at the National's Cottesloe Theatre last year, though the plaudits it received on that occasion meant it was bound for the West End. Both versions have been directed by Marianne Elliot, who co-directed the National Theatre's worldwide hit War Horse and many believe 'The Curious Incident' could reach a similar, international audience. Speaking after the opening this week, novelist Haddon said, "The West End is neither here nor there. It's not about flashing lights or the size of the theatre - it's about having a really good experience on stage." His involvement in the production has left London-born Haddon longing to write for the stage. "Writing a book is a very lonely business. You want to communicate with 10 or 20 or 50,000 people - you never meet them. I wrote something for the Donmar Warehouse a couple of years ago and I'm going to start writing for the theatre again. Partly because this experience has reminded me of that communal aspect to it."
Actor Treadaway described the cast and crew as "incredible people to work with," telling the BBC, "I'm completely the luckiest bloke alive to be able to do this part. It's such an amazing part. It's a joy, it's what I've always wanted to do."
Adam is one half of the globally successful American indie band 'The Make'. He is arrogant and egotistical and dates a vapid blonde supermodel. Morello is the lead singer in the up and coming all girl punk rock band 'The Dirty Pinks'. She takes pride in the fact that her band has worked hard to get to where they are and is also seeing an insipid banker. Both bands are performing at one of the UK's largest music festivals, and both are taking their respective other halves.
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Neil McCormick always had a dream of becoming a rock n' roll star. Having auditioned to join a band at school, Neil found himself losing out and his best friend Paul being picked as the lead singer of the hottest band in Dublin The Hype. Feeling he would've been the better person for the job, Neil sets up the band 'Shook Up' with his brother Ivan - their most important aim: to be more successful than The Hype.
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Why would aliens invade a housing estate in south London? That's the question a gang of youths find themselves asking one and other when that very thing happens in their neighbourhood. As Sam, a trainee nurse, walks home through the dark streets near her flat she's attacked and mugged by some street kids, fearing for her safety luckily the kids become distracted when they see a bright object fall to earth. Exploring the wreckage, they're attacked by a small yet fiece creature which they manage to kill.
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Jamie (Sturgess) is a shy photographer who avoids contact with people because of the large birthmark on his face. Working with his brother (Salinger) and nephew (Treadaway), he longs for a normal life. Then a series of events propels him into a nightmarish new reality in which a demon-like man (Mawle), his young assistant (Mistry) and their intense weapons expert (Marsan) offer him freedom from his scars in exchange for an act of chaos. He also falls in love with a girl (Poesy) who seems too good to be true.
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Perseus (Worthington) is a demigod who has been raised by humans and now finds himself at the centre of a war between man and the gods Zeus (Neeson), Hades (Fiennes) and Poseidon (a blink-and-you'll-miss-him Danny Huston). Accompanied by a handful of plucky warriors from Argos (including Mikkelsen, Cunningham, Hoult and Matheson) and his spirit-guide Io (Arterton), he heads off to find the secret to defeat Hades' feared Kraken so he can save Princess Andromeda (Davalos).
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10th September, 1984
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