Playhouse Presents is British Drama TV series. Created by Stanley Kutler. Produced by Warp Films. Stars: Hayley Atwell, Brenda Blethyn, Tom Ellis. Also known as Storie in scena in Italy. It first aired on Apr 12, 2012, on Sky Arts. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.4 *.
How Many Seasons Are There Of Playhouse Presents: 3 (28 episodes)
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Season premieres on May 1, 2014
Sky Arts, 9 episodes
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Season premieres on April 18, 2013
Sky Arts, 9 episodes
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2012, Sky Arts, 11 episodes
Playhouse Presents is on Sky Arts (United Kingdom) Thursdays at 6 pm
S3E8 (Timeless) - Air Date: Jun 19, 2014 (5 years ago)
Playhouse Presents: Snodgrass, Sky Arts 1, review - Telegraph.co.uk - per Telegraph
It might not be a question you have asked yourself, but if you watched Ian Hart’s portrayal of the 50-year-old John Lennon sitting in a dingy flat and chatting to himself on the top deck of a bus, the answer will now be burned into your brain.
Playhouse Presents: Minor Character, Sky Arts 1, Review - Telegraph.co.uk - via Telegraph
He was revealed to us early on as an unreliable narrator, as we saw varying accounts of a drunken encounter with a married friend (Lucy Cohu) at one of the group’s regular parties. And was Will really Tim (Richard McCabe), a character he spoke of in the third person?
Playhouse Presents: King for a Term, review: 'cutesy piffle' - Telegraph.co.uk - according to Telegraph
The story has a baddie teacher forcing the kids to unite against him. Transcending their wheelchairs and various disabilities, they put drawing pins on his chair. Someone shoot me. For a moment I thought that, despite the late time slot, it was aimed at a younger audience. However, my 14-year-old co-critic could not bear it. Kids need good storytelling.
Vineyard Playhouse Presents Shakespeare, All of It, in One Big Gulp - The Vineyard Gazette - Martha's Vineyard News - according to Vineyardgazette
“You’re out in the amphitheater and you’re there with your pizza, you’re there with your wine, enjoying it,” added Mr. Barrow. “And it’s really a something for everyone kind of show.”