Sunday Nov 24
Post and Courier
a Atlantisa combines Greek myths, bromance
A vast space once stuffed with supermarket foodstuffs has been turned into a television studio, filled with sets recreating the fabled lost city, complete with temples and terra cotta-roofed houses, ceremonial bull ring and regal palace.
BBC's 'Atlantis' combines Greek myths and bromance
CHEPSTOW, Wales - The myths, magic and monsters of ancient Greek lore are coming to life in the BBC's new fantasy-adventure series "Atlantis" - from the unlikely setting of a former frozen-food warehouse in Wales.
Mark Addy turns his talents to Atlantis as Hercules
Mark studied at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and after doing some work on stage productions, he eventually turned to Film and TV.
A Taste of Honey - National Theatre
When her mother Helen runs off with a car salesman, feisty teenager Jo takes up with a black sailor who promises to marry her, before he heads off for the seas, leaving her pregnant and alone.