...AN ONLINE PORTFOLIO Miriam Margolyes

Sydney & The Old Girl - Park Theatre 31st October - 30th November 2019 31st October 2019 to 1st December 2019

Miriam returns to The Park Theatre in the world premiere black comedy of Eugene O’Hare’s Sydney & The Old Girl. Nell and Sydney Stock are at war – and it’s mutually assured destruction. After 50 years cooped up in the same shabby East London house where ghosts of a hard life still linger, the points scored in never ending arguments continue to bind the pair together. And then, there is the not so simple matter of the inheritance… As the twisted game between mother and son reaches breaking point, Irish care worker Marion Fee finds herself an unwitting pawn, played from both sides. Nell will stop at nothing for her bitter triumph over Sydney – but he has his own plans on how to end this once and for all. Margolyes previously performed at the Park Theatre in the sell-out hit Madame Rubinstein in 2017 Acerbic humour from O’Hare, coupled with the inimitable Miriam Margolyes in a rare London stage performance, make Sydney & The Old Girl a production not to be missed.

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IMAGINE - Up For Grabs - BBC One 25th April 2022 10.40pm 25th April 2022 to 25th March 2023

Miriam Margolyes is one of Britain’s best loved and most provocative actresses. Across her eclectic career, she has played scene-stealing turns in Blackadder, voiced some of our most well-known adverts and found fame internationally as Professor Sprout in the Harry Potter films. Following the release of her best-selling autobiography, This Much is True, Miriam opens up to Alan Yentob, with disarming frankness, about her career highs and her most vulnerable moments. Offering further insight into Miriam’s career are some of the actors who know her best, including Richard E Grant, Charles Dance, Dame Eileen Atkins, Patricia Hodge, Tony Robinson and Dame Vanessa Redgrave. Miriam’s one-person show, Dickens’ Women, won her great critical acclaim, and she received a Bafta for her performance in Martin Scorsese’s The Age of Innocence. Yet, at age 80, she feels she has still not achieved enough.

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MIRIAM MARGOLYES Almost Australian - BBC2 9pm 24th July 2020 19th May 2020 to 27th April 2022

New Australian citizen and celebrated film and television star Miriam Margolyes embarks on a 10,000-kilometre, two-month journey to discover what it means to be an Australian today in this eye-opening and timely three-part series, airing from Tuesday 19th May at 8.30pm on ABC and iview. For Miriam becoming an Australian citizen seven years ago at the age of 71, was “a day of supreme happiness and real joy”. But it also made her realise how little she knew about the place she could now call home – despite having come and gone from Australia for nearly 40 years.

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Watching Rosie - The Open Theatre Company 6th August - 30th September 12th August 2020 to 30th September 2020

Original Theatre Company announce a new online production following the success of their critically acclaimed online production of Birdsong. Specially commissioned by Original Theatre Company, Louise Coulthard's debut play Cockamamy has been adapted into a short 20-minute play starring BAFTA Award-winning actress Miriam Margolyes (Yentl, Professor Sprout in Harry Potter series), Amit Shah, and Louise Coulthard and directed by Michael Fentiman. The online play will be edited by Tristan Shepherd with music by Barnaby Race.

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