Worship the craggiest of Hollywood stars as they tread the boards

Getting-on-a-bit Hollywood actors deserve our respect

Ed Harris in the play Buried Child in London 2016

Getting-on-a-bit Hollywood actors deserve our respect. Managing to claw their way through an industry filled with cocaine, long hours, gossip, groupies, politics, cocaine, mad old directors and even madder old producers who subsist on the stem cells of production assistants and more cocaine, is some achievement. Their craggy faces tell tales that multi-million dollar lawsuits were made for. Make the most of these precious antiques by watching them Tread The Boards in London before the year’s out: Ed Harris does Sam Shepard’s Pulitzer-winning Buried Child; Mark Rylance gets funny for Nice Fish; and best buds Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen tag-team the boozy No Man's Land. Break a hip, boys.