Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Thursday, December 24, 2015

Tracey Makes Vulture's 40 Best Dramatic Performances by Comedians List

Vulture chose Tracey's performance in Household Saints for its list.

The 40 Best Dramatic Performances by Comedians

24. Tracey Ullman, Household Saints (1993) 
Though Household Saints was an art-house favorite back in 1993, it’s sort of disappeared into the ether in the decades since; with it has gone Tracey Ullman’s terrific turn as Catherine Falconetti Santangelo, a fully assimilated Italian-American who’s stymied by her teen daughter Teresa’s obsession with Catholicism. Writer-director Nancy Savoca’s follow-up to her acclaimed True Love and Dogfight, Household Saints was an ambitious project meant to cover the changing lives of three generations of women in New York’s Little Italy. As the lady in the middle — daughter of a devout immigrant, mother to pious adolescent — Ullman serves as the audience surrogate, capturing how a person can be cognizant of the wonders of her faith while wishing they were a little less obtrusive.

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Monday, December 21, 2015

Tracey Ullman's Show Confirmed for January 11th Premiere!

Straight from the Beeb!

Tracey Ullman returns to British screens with her unique take on some of the extraordinary characters who live in, or are visiting, the global hub that is the UK. 

Treats in this episode include a delinquent Dame Judi Dench, a dangerously accident-prone massage therapist and Sally Preston, the feminist MP whose election pledge to remain topless throughout her term is starting to present challenges. There’s also a foot-tapping love song to Britain’s local libraries, and Angela Merkel as you’ve never seen her before. With a guest star appearance from Rupert Grint. 

Confirmed for BBC One on 11 January at 10.45pm to 11.15pm 
Ep 1/6

Tracey Ullman's Show!

We've found two different airdates for the premiere episode of Tracey's new show "Tracey Ullman's Show." British Comedy Guide reports that episode one will air Monday, January 11th at 10:45pm on BBC One, with each subsequent episode airing in the same time slot for an additional five weeks. reports that episode one will air Sunday, January 10th at 10:45pm on BBC One. Until the Beeb makes it official, watch this space. We should also point out that we still don't know when HBO in the US plans to air the new series. It will take place this year though!

Rare Photos of Tracey and Meryl Streep on the Set of "Plenty" (1985)

These candid moments captured by Bobby Stilwell on the set of "Plenty" (1985) come courtesy of his daughter Lucy J Stilwell. Bobby worked as a camera operator on the film. This is when and where Tracey and Meryl would first meet and would go on to become best friends. Bobby captured the start of their 30 year friendship!

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Friday, December 4, 2015

Mel Brooks Adds Tracey To His Dream Cast For Young Frankenstein

In an interview with The Independent, the legendary comedian sat down and discussed plans to stage a new musical version of "Young Frankenstein," his 1974 box office smash. His dream cast includes Tracey playing Frau Bl├╝cher, a role originated by Cloris Leachman. Tracey previously worked with Mel in "The Tracey Ullman Show" and "Robin Hood: Men in Tights," playing the witch, Latrine. "Young Frankenstein" is scheduled to open in London's West End in early 2016.

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Special BAFTA Screening and Q&A Scheduled For January!

Tracey, along with producer Caroline Norris and writers Kevin Cecil and Andy Riley will take part in a special two episode screening of "Tracey Ullman's Show" with a Q&A session to follow on January 5, 2016. Tickets will become available starting tomorrow, December 2, 2015.


Tuesday, 5 January 2016 - 6:45pm 

Princess Anne Theatre, 195 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9LN 

Book Tickets

Join us for an exclusive screening of the new series starring the EMMY, Golden Globe and BAFTA award winner Tracey Ullman as she returns to BBC One.

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with Tracey Ullman, producer Caroline Norris and writers Kevin Cecil and Andy Riley

"Tracey Ullman’s Show” showcases Tracey’s extraordinary ability to mimic just about anyone. The six part series features everyday characters and famous faces as Tracey turns her hugely successful comedy eye on the people who live in, and visit, the global hub that is the UK. In the mix, there's a delinquent Dame Judi Dench, Dominic the incompetent app developer, Karen the former drugs mule returning after 28 years in Thai jail, and a surprising take on Angela Merkel.

We shall be screening two 30 minute episodes.

With thanks to BBC One Booking opens Wednesday 2 December, 9:30am

Please note that you will be able to collect your tickets at Reception before this event