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25 February 2008

Daniel attended Theatregoers' Choice Awards

Daniel attended Whatsonstage.com's Theatregoers' Choice Awards at the Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue last night (just two theatres down from the GielgudTheatre). 

- Equus won the Best Play Revival.
- Daniel won the Dewynters London Newcomer of the Year.
- Those amazing publicity photographs won the AKA Theatre Event of the Year
 "I'm truly delighted and thank everyone so much for voting for me. Equus is a tremendous and thought-provoking play and I'm so proud and honoured to have been a part of this incredible production."
According to The Mirror, Dan's publicist had this to say about the now famous/infamous kiss incident:
"It was a spontaneous gesture by James which was very funny. Daniel took it in the light-hearted spirit that was intended."
The full speech 

Dan about his award:
"I'm truly delighted to have won this prestigious award and thank you so much to everyone at Whatsonstage.com for voting for me. Equus is a tremendous and thought-provoking play and I'm so proud and honoured to have been a part of this incredible production. Thank you to Peter Shaffer, Thea Sharrock, Richard Griffiths, David Pugh, Dafydd Rogers and Barbara Houseman for having faith in me - playing the role of Alan Strang will remain one of the greatest experiences of my life.”



source: whatsonstage.com
picture source: Dan Wooller

19 February 2008

Bush Theatre is saved from closure

Like I posted earlier, Daniel was fighting for The Bush Theatre (together with more stars) which seemed to be getting closed BUT with a good end: They have saved the Bush Theatre from closure. Read more through the link from The Evening Standard.

Evening Standard:Angry stars save theatres from closure

10 February 2008

Daniel presenting at BAFTA Film Awards

Daniel presented the award for Outstanding British contribution to cinema to Barry Wilkinson at the BAFTA Film Awards in London.






Daniel Radcliffe (presenter):
"I've never been to the Baftas before, and what's exciting for me is meeting all these amazing people. I'm most excited about meeting Daniel Day-Lewis - his performance in There Will Be Blood was amazing"

Find more photos from coolphotodudes here: BAFTA Daniel Radcliffe


picture source: Charlie Gray and photos via danradcliffe.com & coolfotodudes.com

07 February 2008

Half-Blood Prince filming at Gloucester

New photos from Daniel on the ste of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince in Gloucester.