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Hugh Bonneville on Ibsen, Captain America directors, Juliet Stevenson

Arts news, interviews and reviews. Samira Ahmed talks to Hugh Bonneville about Ibsen's play An Enemy of the People. Plus the Russo brothers on directing Captain America.

As Hugh Bonneville returns to the stage after twelve years in Chichester Festival Theatre's new production of An Enemy of the People by Ibsen, Samira Ahmed talks to Hugh and director Howard Davies.

Brothers Anthony and Joe Russo on directing the acclaimed Marvel superhero film Captain America: Civil War.

As part of our Shakespeare's People series, Juliet Stevenson chooses Rosalind from As You Like It.

Alan Kitching has been at the forefront of typographical design for nearly six decades. With the publication of A Life in Letterpress and a retrospective at Somerset House, Alan shows Samira round his workshop.

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30 minutes

Chapters

  • Hugh Bonneville and Howard Davies

    Duration: 08:44

  • Anthony and Joe Russo

    Duration: 08:44

  • Shakespeare's People: Juliet Stevenson

    Duration: 03:52

  • Alan Kitching

    Duration: 06:20

Hugh Bonneville

Hugh Bonneville
An Enemy of the People is playing at the Chichester Festival Theatre until 21 May. 
Main image: Manuel Harlan

Anthony and Joe Russo

Anthony and Joe Russo
Captain America: Civil War is in cinemas from Friday 29 April, certificate 12A. 

Shakespeare's People: Juliet Stevenson

Shakespeare's People: Juliet Stevenson
Juliet Stevenson discusses Rosalind from As You Like It. 

Alan Kitching

Alan Kitching
A Life in Letterpress by Alan Kitching is part of the Pick Me Up Festival at Somerset House, London which runs until 2 May. 
Main image: Jerome Weatherald 

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Role Contributor
Presenter Samira Ahmed
Interviewed Guest Hugh Bonneville
Interviewed Guest Howard Davies
Interviewed Guest Anthony Russo
Interviewed Guest Joe Russo
Interviewed Guest Juliet Stevenson
Interviewed Guest Alan Kitching

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