Joe Armstrong: All talent and freshness.

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Joe Armstrong: All talent and freshness.


I have no doubt that Joe Armstrong is a young actor who you can expect great things and he is proving us his immense talent. Great proof of this is his recent nomination at the Off West End Theatre Awards as Best Male Perfomance for his role as Gus in The Dumb Waiter at The Print Room Theatre.



 It was a privilege for me to see this play in London last November, as I mentioned in this blog. Jamie Glover, director of the play has also gotten a well deserved nomination for Best Director for this brilliant story of Harold Pinter continues enthusing the audience.


Clive Wood, Joe Armstrong and Jamie Glover.


Joe Armstrong & Clive Wood







Soho and Union theatres lead Off West End Theatre Awards nominations: News: The Stageo. You can see all nominations in this link:


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Publicado por en enero 29, 2014 en Actors, Theatre


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  1. Servetus

    enero 29, 2014 at 5:28 pm

    Reblogged this on Me + Richard Armitage and commented:
    Allan a Dale is still at it … probably my second favorite actor from Robin Hood, Joe Armstrong, scores a stage success.

    • pilar221b

      enero 30, 2014 at 9:18 am

      Robin Hood serie was full of great actors and actresses with much talent. Some of them was a wonderful discovery.

  2. Marian

    enero 29, 2014 at 7:14 pm

    Reblogueó esto en Trópico de cáncery comentado:
    An extraordinary actor!

  3. Fatima

    enero 29, 2014 at 8:01 pm

    I loved him in Robin Hood as well. I have yet to see him in The Hollow Crown. I have to say the cast of Robin Hood are truly talented,especially dealing with the more campy material during its run.

    • pilar221b

      enero 30, 2014 at 9:13 am

      Thanks for your kind comment. I’m totally agree with you and if you have the opportunity to see Hollow Crown, you are going to find one of the best Hotspur. He is brilliant here!

  4. fitzg

    enero 29, 2014 at 11:51 pm

    I like Mr. Armstrong very much. (Since his days as Allan in BBC Robin Hood.) So pleased by this success! He also has a nose exactly like mine. Pointy. Condolences for that.

    • pilar221b

      enero 30, 2014 at 9:22 am

      Thanks! His Alan a Dale was splendid! And his noise is part of Armstrong’s men, you know. 🙂 It’s perfect. I feel a big admiration for Mr Alun Armstrong.

  5. Fanny/iz4blue

    enero 30, 2014 at 1:15 pm

    I loved him as Alan (yeah for team black!! 🙂 or in other works I’ve seen him in, but it’s when I saw him as Hotspur in The Hollow Crown he showed to be the son of his famous father!! His Hotspur blew me away! I wish this play would be a cinema broadcast as I’m an ocean away from the West End



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