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Sky Arts is airing this all throughout June. Stephen recites "Mark Antony's oft-quoted funeral oration from Julius Caesar – 'Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears,'" according to Sky Arts.


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You can listen to Stephen's episode on the BBC website on iplayer

Set in the not-so-distant future in 'what remains of Belgium'. Following the floods of global warming, most of the Low Countries are now under the sea, but the medieval city of Bruges has survived due to a feat of engineering called 'The Fortress'. The solidarity of two old friends - a Walloon historian and a Fleming engineer - is tested by the arrival on the scene of Jean's new girlfriend, Magdalena. Read by Stephen Campbell Moore Produced by Emma Harding.

May. 28th, 2011

 Just thought I should let you know:

"All My Sons" (with David Suchet, Zoë Wanamaker and Stephen Campbell Moore) was recorded by Digital Theatre. It's a very good production, I've seen the play at the Apollo theatre as well as the DT recording - both great. 

So if you're interested, check it out. Stephen Campbell Moore is excellent in it.

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Stephen has a role as the Prime Minister on "Johnny English Reborn". During the London premiere, he gave an interview. He looks lovely as he's back with the bearded look (my favorite) ;-)
He appears around 07:45 min.

Roache, Somerville set sail on 'Titanic'

A host of thesps are boarding scribe Julian Fellowes' previously announced miniseries "Titanic."
Linus Roache and Geraldine Somerville will topline ITV's four-hour mini, which also stars Celia Imrie, Toby Jones ("Captain America: First Avenger"), Perdita Weeks, Lee Ross ("Centurion"), Jenna-Louise Coleman, Steven Waddington ("The Tudors") and Stephen Campbell Moore ("Ben Hur").

Produced by Nigel Stafford-Clark and Chris Thompson, and directed by Jon Jones, the skein commemorates the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the grand ocean liner.

Stafford-Clark, who is producing via his Deep Indigo Prods., said, "There is a lasting fascination with the Titanic's one and only voyage, and never more so than in the year of its hundredth anniversary. We will tell the story in a way that is bold, fresh and gripping, with all the human detail that television does so well. We hope it will be a fitting tribute to the events of that night."

Added Laura Mackie, director of ITV Drama: "Following the hugely successful 'Downton Abbey,' Julian Fellowes has delivered another compellingly written and ambitious drama for ITV1. Coupled with exceptional homegrown talent both on and off screen, 'Titanic' promises to be the must-see original drama for this landmark anniversary."

Deep Indigo is producing with Lookout Point in the U.K., Sienna Films in Canada and Hungary's Mid Atlantic Films, in association with ITV Studios and Shaw Media. The series will lense in Hungary from the end of April.

"Titanic" is exec produced by Lookout Point's Simon Vaughan, ITV's Kate Bartlett, Sienna Films' Jennifer Kawaja and Julia Sereny, and Mid Atlantic's Howard Ellis and Adam Goodman, as well as David Collins of Samson Films, Ireland.

Source: Variety
OPENING TUESDAY, 8 February 2011 (previews from 28 January), after its hit run at the Royal Court last year, Bruce Norris’ satire Clybourne Park transfers to the West End's Wyndham’s Theatre, with Stephen Campbell Moore joining original cast members including Sophie Thompson.

Source: http://www.whatsonstage.com/news/theatre/london/E8831297037856/Opening%3A+Vernon,+Knightley+Hour,+Heretic,+Ordinary.html
Stephen Campbell Moore will take on the roles of Karl and Steve in the upcoming West End transfer of Bruce Norris' Clybourne Park. Moore is replacing previously announced cast member Jason Watkins who has withdrawn from the production "due to a family tragedy," according to a statement from the show's producers.

Moore has previously appeared on the West End in The History Boys and All My Sons. His many film credits include Season of the Witch, The Bank Job, A Good Woman, Bright Young Things and Amazing Grace.

After an acclaimed run at Royal Court’s Jerwood Theatre Downstairs, Clybourne Park will begin its West End run at the Wyndham's Theatre on January 28 with an opening night set for February 8. Directed by Dominic Cooke, the cast also includes Lorna Brown, Sarah Goldberg, Michael Goldsmith, Lucian Msamati, Sam Spruell and Sophie Thompson.

Source: http://www.broadway.com/shows/clybourne-park-london/buzz/154889/stephen-campbell-moore-to-replace-jason-watkins-in-west-end-clybourne-park/

A lot of these are duplicates, but at different sizes.

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Five Card Stud (short film)

Five Card Stud from Robin King on Vimeo.

A short comedy about the games people play...

Starring Stephen Campbell-Moore, Oliver Chris, David Crow, Alex Hassell & Ed Hughes. Written, Directed & Edited by Robin King. Supported by City Eye Southampton's Open Lens Award city-eye.co.uk.