Dillane also portrayed Horatio in the film adaptation of Hamlet. He also starred in John Adams as Thomas Jefferson. Dillane has worked frequently in television, professing himself to be "a little lost on stage at the moment. His son, Frank Dillane , plays his son in the film. Offscreen, the actor in collaborated with visual artist Tacita Dean for the Sydney Biennale and Carriageworks in a project called Event for a Stage.
The work, performed live and later adapted for radio broadcast  and film,  explored the process of filmmaking and the "concept of artifice on the stage" through a single actor, Dillane.
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The Sydney Morning Herald. Likewise I am extremely fond of the Theatre Royal in Plymouth where I regularly appeared in the pantomime.
On the last occasion I managed to wangle a stay in Number 1 dressing room. It would have been too gloomy to contemplate a long sojourn there but for the fact that Rolf Harris, a previous occupant of the room, had painted a huge mural covering the whole wall of the cast of the panto in which he was appearing. Vivacious and talented Bonnie Langford, the late-lamented and lovely gentle- man, Douglas Mounce and of course Rolf Harris himself.
His cheery painting on the Number 1 dressing room wall has cheered up many a weary and jaded thesp in a long panto season and I thank him for that. John Betjeman did not think much to Exeter Cathedral. Too small and understated, he thought. Far be it from me to disagree with the great man but I think it is a lovely building - smaller than Rheims it is true but exquisitely proportioned and possessed of a joyful sanctity that you will feel the moment you enter.
It is a thing of beauty and one-time home, from to , to the great eccentric Bishop William Cecil easily the most extraordinary episcopal appointment of the twentieth century! The great man finds himself somewhat confused up on the north coast. He rings his wife.
There are two terrific animal sanctuaries in Devon. It is a place of care, healing and education run by dedicated people it is a privilege to know and a pleasure to visit. As she said of the donkeys: I met her once when we were filming a documentary at the sanctuary. That was the biggest gin I had seen in a great while.
Went down very nicely. Elisabeth explained that her intake of the amiable liquor was severely curtailed because, while she was living abroad, in Africa I seem to remember her saying a large part of her gut had been damaged by the invasion of a foot long tape worm. Plymouth Hoe I remember from my earliest childhood.
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And were there sights to see! Not pretty sights for this was just after the war when Plymouth had been savagely bombed by the German Luftwaffe and not much was left standing.
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I remember walking up through the ruined streets , piles of rubble everywhere, up and up and finally onto the Hoe. At last, clear air, green grass, blue sea and half the British navy tucked away round the corner. But more than this there was the statue of Sir Francis Drake, proud, defiant, the very model of the buccaneering English sea-dog. Special hero of young boys like me.
Circumnavigation, the fearsome Northwest Passage, the Spanish Armada, the insouciant game of bowls, the drum, the Golden Hind And here before me was the man himself, chest puffed out, right hand resting, proprietorial, on the globe, left hand resting high on the hip, left leg thrust forward, gaze fixed unwaveringly on a distant horizon.
Beyond doubt a hero! I took to imitating his posture on the plinth, did it on request and very often, not on request. It was my party piece. It was ludicrous, and I have the photographs to prove it, but it was my gift to the nation.
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And I admit that whenever I am in Plymouth I go and see that the great Elizabethan is still there, stand and look and when I do it feels that my mother and father, my uncle and aunts, my little cousin, the school chums - all those people who had been up on the Hoe all those years ago are there with me again smiling up at Sir Francis. It is said a man needs three things to be happy in life. First is a beautiful wife, second is a good job and third is to occasionally see his neighbour fall off the roof.
But there is a fourth, and that is a good Indian restaurant. He was quite an Anglophile and wanted to buy it. I appeared with him and Dandy Nichols once in a play in - it was a dreadful play! But Joss really is the last of the greats.