Jack Rowan stars as Moomintroll in season 3 of ‘Moominvalley’! The full Sky Kids Boxset will be released online on 1st April, with the first 8 episodes to also air on Sky Showcase 15th-18th April. Casting by Jenny Duffy.
Charithra Chandran stars as series regular Edwina Sharma in Season 2 of Netflix’s ‘Bridgerton’ which has its global streaming release date this Friday 25th March! Casting by Kelly Valentine Hendry and Cole Edwards.
Charlotte Mills can be seen as Maud Hawke in episode 2 of ‘Dodger’ this Sunday 20th March at 1:50pm on BBC One. The new Oliver Twist spin-off show from the BBC is also available to stream now via BBC iPlayer. Casting by Rob Kelly Casting.
Flora Montgomery stars as Isabelle de Bremont in the BritBox original ‘Murder In Provence’ - available to stream on BritBox now. The three-part series is BritBox's first global commission and marks the first collaboration between BritBox UK and BritBox North America. Casting by Catherine Willis Casting.
It was Press Night for Michelle Collins starring as Miss Scarlett in ‘Cluedo’ at Richmond Theatre this week. The tour of this UK premiere production by Mark Bell, director of the award winning The Play That Goes Wrong and A Comedy About A Bank Robbery.
Issy van Randwyck can be seen performing in ‘The Songs of Song of Singapore’ on March 19th at TheatreBarn. Issy leads a cast of ten actor musicians, many from the original cast, in this concert-style reprise of one of Chichester’s most successful shows.
Jos Vantyler features in the Guardian article: ‘Part of the performance no one gets to see’ - stars warm up backstage – in pictures. To mark the nominations for the 2022 Olivier Awards, photographer David Levene went behind the scenes at London’s top theatres.
It’s a big week for Toby-Alexander Smith's ‘Eastenders’ character Gray Atkins this week! Catch Toby every night at 7:30pm Monday-Thursday on BBC One for Gray’s climactic showdown! Episodes available thereafter on iPlayer.
Jack Rowan has been announced as starring in the comedy-horror BBC series ‘Wrecked’ as lead character Danny. Written by emerging talent Ryan J. Brown and due for release in 2022. Casting by Louise Kiely Casting.
Jos Vantyler plays Hughes in the Radio 4 audio drama ‘A Leap In The Dark’, available on BBC Sounds now. Commemorating a century of radio drama, the play is a Big Fish Radio production for BBC Radio 4, directed by Eoin O’Callaghan.
Simone Kirby has been nominated for an Irish Film and Television Academy award in the ‘Best Supporting Actress’ category for her role as Bibi in the six-part thriller ‘Hidden Assets’! All episodes are currently available to stream on iPlayer. Casting by Maureen Hughes.
Flora Montgomery gives a “seismic performance” as Allison in Carey Crim’s ‘Never Not Once’ at the Park Theatre with The Guardian giving the show a 4-star review. Catch the show at the Park Theatre until 5th March. Casting by Emily Jones.
Flora Montgomery has her press night this week playing Allison in Park Theatre’s ‘Never Not Once’ by Carey Crim, directed by Katharine Farmer. The show runs until Saturday 5th March. Casting by Emily Jones.
Bally Gill plays Dave in episodes 4 & 6 of BBC One’s ‘This Is Going To Hurt’, which is based on the best-selling non-fiction memoir following junior doctor Adam Kay. Casting by Nina Gold & Martin Ware.
Nathaniel Hall brings his award-winning, five-star rated show ‘First Time’ to London and to The Pleasance theatre this week. The final London show is this Sunday 13th February before the spring leg of the nationwide tour continues across the UK.
Carla Harrison-Hodge opens in ‘Cyrano’ this week at the Harold Pinter Theatre in the role of Denise. Winner of the Olivier Award for Best Revival, the show heads to Theatre Royal Glasgow and New York’s BAM later this year. Casting by Stuart Burt.
Charlotte Mills can be seen as Maud Hawke in ‘Dodger’ - the new Oliver Twist spin-off show from the BBC - available on CBBC and to stream via BBC iPlayer from 6 February 2022. Casting by Rob Kelly Casting.
Jack Rowan continues filming for the Sky Original crime thriller ‘A Town Called Malice’ in the role of Gene Lord. Created and written by Nick Love and set amongst the beach clubs and palm trees of the Costa del Sol in the early 80s.
Kieran Knowles plays the lead role in Hull Truck Theatre’s new show, ‘71 Coltman Street’. The piece will be kicking off Hull Truck Theatre's 50th anniversary season and runs from 17th February to 12th March.