Nahel Tzegai in THE JUNGLE

Nahel Tzegai has opened as Helena in the Young Vic's THE JUNGLE.

The show will run until 9th January.

★★★★★ “Exuberant, full of music and movement. This is a story we need to hear. It feels of national significance.” - Time Out

★★★★★ “This devastating, uplifting show celebrates the human capacity to build something out of nothing, to work together and try to make a difference.” - The Guardian

★★★★ “You’re left awed and appalled. It’s warts and all – and that’s the beauty of it.” - The Telegraph

★★★★ 'Urgency, vividness and wit. The play’s sense of the knottiness of world politics makes this a remarkable evening' - The Times

The play is a co-production between the Young Vic and the National Theatre with Good Chance Theatre.


Sheila Atim in Neil Gaiman's ANANSI BOYS

Sheila Atim will be playing Rosie in Neil Gaiman's BBC Radio 4 adaptation of ANANSI BOYS.

The six-part drama will begin on Christmas Day at 11:30pm on Radio 4 and will be stripped across the next six days. The first five parts will air at 11:30pm with the final episode broadcast on Saturday 30th December at 2:30pm.

Langston Uibel in Netfix's DOGS OF BERLIN

Langston Uibel is currently filming the role of Raphael Bou'Penga in Netflix's DOGS OF BERLIN.

DOGS OF BERLIN will be Netfix's second German production and is created by writer-director Christian Alvart. The 10-part show tells the story of two contrasting Berlin police detectives who become a team against their will and are forced into a territorial battle with the Berlin underworld that confronts them with their own human weaknesses and criminal activities. They are soon forced to make a final decision on which side of the law they’re actually on.

Hammed Animashaun in BLACK MIRROR

Hammed Animashaun will appear in the upcoming Star Trek inspired BLACK MIRROR episode, USS Callister.

Set in space, the story of USS Callister follows a new crew member (Cristin Milioti) adjusting to life on the ship, led by a bemused captain (Jesse Plemons). The style of the ship and the missions on which the crew embarks throw back to the sci-fi programming of the 1970s and what those creators imagined the future could be. However, like with all Black Mirror episodes, the story is actually set in a near-futuristic world from our own.

Black Mirror season 4 will be released on 29th December on Netfix.

Sheila Atim at the 2017 Evening Standard Theatre Awards

We celebrate Sheila Atim's Emerging Talent nomination at the 2017 Evening Standard Theatre Awards!


Sheila is also nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Play at the 2018 Whats On Stage Awards.

Eddie Toll at the Bridewell Theatre

Eddie Toll starts rehearsing for ARNIKA.

Set deep in the Vosges mountain forest of 1950's Alsace, a small rural community comes to terms with its dark years under Nazi annexation, its recent liberation, and the turmoil of the ensuing French National War Tribunals. Clinging to the peasant folklore that has kept the fabric of their community together, the villagers are unsettled when a Commissaire arrives from Paris to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a young resistance fighter, and the unity of the village slowly begins to unravel.

Everything that happens in ARNIKA is inspired by actual events.

The play will run at the Bridewell Theatre between 5th February and 2nd March 2018.


Joshua Grant has just filmed the short film TOGETHER THEY SMOKE.

TOGETHER THEY SMOKE will be one of the five short films that will be broadcast on SKY Arts next March as part of their new talent initiative ShortFlix to get new filmmakers and untold stories on the screen. 

Produced by award winning production company Delaval films and Led by Creative England, in partnership with National Youth Theatre and Sky Arts, with support from Creative Skillset's Film Skills Fund. 

Ambassadors of shortFLIX 2017 are Noel Clarke, Riz Ahmed, Ellie Kendrik, Joe Cole and Zawe Ashton

Melanie Wilder in INFORMER

Our client Melanie Wilder is about to film BBC's six part drama series INFORMER

Tarik Mesfun in INFORMER

Our new client Tarik Mesfun is currently filming his TV debut in BBC's thriller INFORMER

Nahel Tzegai at the Young Vic

Nahel Tzegai will soon be appearing as Helene in Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson's THE JUNGLE directed by Stephen Daldry and & Justin Martin.

The play takes place in the Calais Jungle and explores life of residents and volunteers.

The play is co-production between Young Vic and the National Theatre with

Good Chance Theatre and will run at the Young Vic between

7th December 2017 and 6th January 2018.

Dave Hart in DOCTORS

Dave Hart recently filmed guest lead Billy Bob in BBC's DOCTORS.


The episode will air at the beginning of 2018.

Adam Colborne in BBC's GOOD OMENS

Adam Colborne will be palying the role of Hamlet opposite David Tennant and Michael Sheen in GOOD OMENS, a new 6 part series for the BBC and Amazon.


GOOD OMENS is based on the acclaimed novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett and adapted for Television by Neil Gaiman.

Mim Shaikh in INFORMER

Mim Shaikh is currently filming a regular role in BBC One's new six-part series INFORMER, a sophisticated, character-driven thriller starring Paddy Considine and Bel Powley and produced by Sam Mendes.

INFORMER tells a story about identity in a world where lines are increasingly being drawn and sides are being taken. What happens when you, or your friends, family or neighbours fall on the wrong side of that line and the personal becomes political?

Hammed Animashaun in BARBER SHOP CHRONICLES at The National Theatre

Following critically acclaimed seasons at the National Theatre and West Yorkshire Playhouse, BARBER SHOP CHRONICLES returns to the National Theatre between 20th November 2017 and 9th January 2018.

Izabella Urbanowicz in MISS JULIE at Jermyn Street Theatre

Izabella Urbanowicz is currently appearing as Christine in Theatre by the Lake's production of MISS JULIE, directed by Tom Littler. The play has had outstanding reviews and will be transferring to the Jermyn Street Theatre between 14th November and 2nd December 2017. 

★★★★ -  "...Izabella Urbanowicz makes the play as real and sensational now as ever and as socially and politically pertinent." Miss Julie, Theatre by The Lake - The Guardian 


★★★★ - "Izabella Urbanowicz as his betrayed fiancee offers a quieter, reined-in dignity, a reminder of how the respectable world works to contextualise this night of passions." Miss Julie, Theatre by The Lake - The Stage 


"Tom [...] has the fantastic Izabella Urbanowicz cooking up a storm at the beginning!" - Broadway World.

Victoria Chen in ALADDIN at Perth Theatre

Our brand new client Victoria Chen is about to start rehearsing for ALADDIN at Perth Theatre.

This will be Perth Theatre's first show to celebrate the opening of their new premises and will be directed by Lu Kemp.

The show will runs between 9th December 2017 and 6th January 2018.


Adam Colborne will be playing Petr in Maya Production's THE CROYDON AVENGERS.

The Croydon Avengers unique style blends comic book visuals with action-packed martial arts to tell a funny, powerful story of terrorist threats, heroism and true friendship in an England that seems frightened of anyone who’s different.

Aimed at teenage audiences, the show will start on 28th October with work-in-progress performances at Croydon’s Youth Arts Takeover, Ovalhouse, Harrogate Theatre and the Southbank Centre. It will go to full production in Summer 2017.

Alex Jarrett in THE REBEL season 2

Alex Jarrett has just filmed the role of Tish in Retort's comedy THE REBEL.

Written by Andrew Birch, the cast features ​Simon Callow, Bill Paterson, Anita Dobson, and Anna Crilly.

Jade Alexis in DOCTOR FOSTER season finale

Viewers flocked to Twitter to praise Jade for her role as the unflappable waitress who calmly served the Foster family amidst Simon's (Bertie Carvel's) nervous breakdown.

Peyvand Sadeghian in TURKEY at Hope Theatre

Peyvand Sadeghian is currently performing as Madline in TURKEY.

The play will run at the Hope Theatre between 26th September - 14th October.

★★★★★ 'Sadeghian’s Madeline is perfect: complex, difficult, loving and destructive.' - The Stage

★★★★★ 'Sadeghian’s manipulative and confused Madeline was excellent.' - London Theatre 1

★★★★★ 'Sadeghian as broody Madline does a good job of being incredibly hateable yet neverless vulnerable and alluring.' - The Independent

Joshua Grant in WITLESS season 3

Our new client Joshua Grant is currently filming three episodes of BBC3's WITLESS.

Michael Hanratty at the Park Theatre

Michael Hanratty will be playing Hugo in THE SECONDARY VICTIM at the Park Theatre.

Written by former psychotherapist, Matthew Campling, the world premiere production of THE SECONDARY VICTIM explores the growing world of blame culture within psychotherapy in private practice. Inspired by real life experiences and with insider insights into an increasing problem for the profession, this new production directed by Matthew Gould explores the vulnerability of counsellors in the age of accusation.

The play will run at the Park Theatre between 14th November and 9th December.

Hammed Animashaun films his leading role debut in Film Four's THE FESTIVAL

Hammed is directed by BAFTA Award winner and Fudge Park co-founder Iain Morris (THE INBETWEENERS) alongside       co-stars Joe Thomas (THE INBETWEENERS) and Emmy Award nominee Claudia O’Doherty (Netflix’s LOVE) .

The supporting cast includes seven-time Emmy Award nominee Jemaine Clement (FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS), Hannah Tointon (MR SELFRIDGE, THE HOUR), Emma Rigby (ONCE UPON A TIME IN WONDERLAND), Kurt Yaeger (SONS OF ANARCHY) and Chris Geere (YOU’RE THE WORST).

The feature film is the first comedy to be greenlit under Fudge Park’s four-picture deal with Film4 and EFD which was signed last year. Film4 and EFD have developed and are co-financing the project, with EFD distributing the film in the UK in summer 2018.

Kerry Gilbert in VANITY FAIR

Kerry Gilbert will be playing the role of Jemima in the seven-part adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray's novel VANITY FAIR for ITV and Amazon.

The new series will be produced by Julia Stannard (War & Peace) with James Strong (Broadchurch) directing.

Toyin Ayedun-Alse in UNDERWATER LOVE

UNDERWATER LOVE explores how young people assert themselves within relationships in a world saturated with sexual imagery and content.

Produced by Futures Theatre, the play will tour from 2nd October to 17th November. 

Each performance will be followed by a Forum workshop in which the audience will become involved as actors to change the outcome for the characters, exploring how they can make positive change.

Ursula Holliday in TEEN SPIRIT

Ursula Holliday has just finished filming her Feature Film debut TEEN SPIRIT alongside Elle Fanning. 

The cast also includes our clients Melanie Wilder and Usman Akram.

The plot follows Violet (Elle Fanning), a shy teenager living in Eastern Europe who dreams of pop stardom as an escape from her small town and shattered family life. With the help of an unlikely mentor, Violet enters an international singing competition that will test her integrity, talent and ambition.

Ursula plays Louise, Violet's drummer.

Max Minghella writes and directs the project with La La Land producer Fred Berger alongside Billy Elliot star Jamie Bell, who developed the screenplay with Minghella.


Kit Redstone in TESTOSTERONE at Edinburgh Fringe Festival

What is it like going through adolescence at the age of 33?

One year after transgender man Kit receives his first injection of testosterone he enters a male gym changing room for the first time. For the other guys this is just another routine moment in an ordinary changing room, but for Kit it becomes an urgent search to uncover what it means to be a man.

Critically acclaimed Rhum and Clay collaborate with writer/performer Kit Redstone, and working with wonderful drag BAME performer Daniel Jacob, in this comical, coming-of- age quest for a masculine identity in an environment that affords little space to hide. 

The play is shortlisted for Amnesty Freedom of Expression Award and won Best Theatre Show at The Pleasance.


Zephryn Taitte in BBC's DOCTORS

Zephryn Taitte has just filmed the role of Scott Sullivan in BBC's DOCTORS.

The episode will air at the beginning of 2018.


A full cast recording of Conor McPherson's musical play GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY based on the music and lyrics of Bob Dylan, will be released on 29 September.

Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, the album will feature 19 tracks from the full 20-piece company of singers and musicians.

The album can be pre-ordered now from Amazon and will also be available to stream online at the end of the month.

The Girl From the North Country will run at the Old Vic until 8 October.


JOURNEY'S END, featuring Adam Colborne, will have it's Word Premiere at The Toronto International Film Festival.

RC Sherriff's  JOURNEY'S END is the seminal British play about WW1. Set in a dugout in Aisne in 1918, it is the story of a group of British officers, led by the mentally disintegrating young officer Stanhope, variously awaiting their fate.

The film is directed by Saul Dibb and features Sam Claflin, Paul Bettany, Toby Jones and Tom Sturridge


Neil Toon will play the role of Scarecrow in out UAE tour of THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF OZ.

Usman Akram in TEEN SPIRIT

Usman Akram recently filmed a role in Max Minghella's directional film debut TEEN SPIRIT starring Elle Fanning.

The plot follows Violet (Elle Fanning), a shy teenager living in Eastern Europe who dreams of pop stardom as an escape from her small town and shattered family life. With the help of an unlikely mentor, Violet enters an international singing competition that will test her integrity, talent and ambition.

Melanie Wilder in TEEN SPIRIT

Melanie Wilder recently filmed a role in Max Minghella's directional film debut TEEN SPIRIT starring Elle Fanning.

The plot follows Violet (Elle Fanning), a shy teenager living in Eastern Europe who dreams of pop stardom as an escape from her small town and shattered family life. With the help of an unlikely mentor, Violet enters an international singing competition that will test her integrity, talent and ambition.

Rachel Winters at Shakespeare's Globe

Rachel Winters will be playing Concord / Luna in the comedy THE WOMAN IN THE MOON.

Mixing astrology, myth, magic and farce, this extraordinary dream-play by John Lyly, England’s first great playwright, was performed before Elizabeth I sometime around 1590.

With bewildered lovers suffering dizzying emotional transformations at the hands of supernatural forces in a night-time woodland chase, it clearly inspired Shakespeare’s own A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

The show will run on 18th and 19th August at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

Leo Hatton in ENDEAVOUR Season V

Leo is currently filming the role of Jean Ward in ITV's acclaimed drama series ENDEAVOUR.

Set in mid to late 1960s Oxford, England, the series centres on the early career of Endeavour Morse as a Detective Constable with the Oxford City Police. 

Season 5 will air later this year.

William McGeough in TROUBLE WITH MEN

William McGeough will be performing in The King's Head Theatre's Queer Season production of TROUBLE WITH MEN.

Following an acclaimed run at the Brighton Fringe Festival, writer/director Nick Myles presents three remarkable short plays about modern male homosexuality: a farce about stereotypes and unrequited love; a drama about a date going horribly wrong; a transcontinental love story about a naive Brit and a closeted Syrian. 

“Wonderfully judged… Witty and provocative” **** Everything Theatre

“A tour de force from William McGeough… Beautiful characterisation from Freddie Wintrip and Reece Matthews” GScene

“Funny, tragic, moving and surprising” **** Three Weeks Edinburgh


The show will run at the King's Head Theatre between 15th and 20th August.

Raphel Famotibe in MILLIE INBETWEEN

Raphel will soon play Millie's boyfriend Darren in season 4 of  CBBC's comedy MILLIE INBETWEEN

Toyin Ayedun-Alase in MOTHERLAND

Toyin Ayedun-Alase has just filmed an episode of BBC2's new sitcom MOTHERLAND.


Eddie Toll will soon join Domhnall Gleeson and Ruth Wilson in the upcoming Feature Film THE LITTLE STRANGER.

Directed by Lenny Abrahamson ("Room", "Frank"), this is a whipsmart adaptation of Sarah Waters gothic novel set in Warwickshire post WWII where a country doctor makes friends with an old gentry family of declining fortunes.

It's a brilliant story operating in the queasy borderlines between the supernatural and the psychopathological, about the corrosive power of class resentment and the damage wrought by war.  


Michael Hanratty in CONSUMABLES at the King's Head

Michael Hanratty recently played the role of Blaize in Hello Mozart's production of CONSUMABLES.

Blaize, a young down-and-out porn star, responds to an internet ad from his number one fan. Leonard, an anal-virgin dressed in a leather gimp mask, offers to serve Blaize up a very special kind of meal.

Unapologetic, darkly comic and poignant, Consumables is a provocative play about the extreme lengths two lonely people go to to find a connection.


★★★★★ 'Michael Hanratty is exceptional as Blaize [...] His performance is effortless, switching from the hyperactive cocky, to fearful, and on to despondent, all without missing a beat.' - Theatre Weekly

Sheila Atim receives rave reviews for GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY at The Old Vic

Sheila Atim has opened as Marianne Laine in THE GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY.

The show will run at The Old Vic until 7th October.


★★★★ 'Marianne, a black child adopted into the white Laine family and now mysteriously pregnant, fills "Tight Connection to My Heart" with tangible longing in a mighty turn from Sheila Atim.' - Broadway World

★★★★ 'It's a mood piece, marrying the myths of Dylan and the Depression into something timeless and elegant. 'Time Out

★★★★★ 'Bob Dylan's songs heard anew in magnificent, haunting show.'Evening Standard

★★★★★ 'And there is fine work from Sheila Atim as Nick’s desolate daughter.' The Guardian

★★★★ 'Sheila Atim displays a similar vocal prowess as the Laines’ daughter Marianne.' The Stage

★★★★★ 'It is genius the way that McPherson, who also directs, has tapped into the American folk era.' The Times

★★★★ 'Marianne is pregnant but without a partner, leading to a rendition of Tight Connection to My Heart in which Sheila Atim keens the refrain, “Has anybody seen my love?” to devastating effect.' Radio Times

★★★★ 'Hats off, too, to Sheila Atim whose delivery of Tight Connection To My Heart hooks us into the story.' Express

★★★★★ 'Apart from the performers already mentioned, I particularly enjoyed Sheila Atim as the daughter.'Independent

★★★★ 'The best moments occur when the songs are most closely adjacent to the storyline. Thus, when Laine’s adopted teenage daughter Marianne — pregnant by an absent man — sings ‘Has anybody seen my love?’, it works as a dramatic moment. This is sung beautifully by Sheila Atim, a tall and fascinating presence, surely bound for big things.' Daily Mail

★★★★★ 'Nick Lane’s unmarried but pregnant adopted daughter, Marianne, is empathetically portrayed by Sheila Atim who is the real deal as a vocalist and brings a vibrant, bluesy realism to her interpretations of Dylan’s more mournful compositions: great singer.'London Theatre 1

There's one thrilling moment early on when Sheila Atim's magnificent Marianne bursts into "Tight Connection to My Heart (Has Anyone Seen My Love)" and words and emotion are perfectly matched.' Whats on Stage

It’s hard to pick a stand out performance from this cast but Shelia Atim’s portrayal of Marianne Laine will stay with you forever. Able to convey a thousand different emotions with just one look, as well as possessing a voice that we’re not ashamed to admit brought us to tears several times, Shelia is so breath-taking that we’re dangerously close to running out of superlatives.

Clare Latham in DOUBT, A PARABLE

Clare Latham will be directed by Che Walker in DOUBT, A PARABLE.

John Patrick Shanley’s masterpiece is one of the most acclaimed plays in recent memory. Winning 4 Tony Awards and  the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

The subsequent Hollywood film starring Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams and Viola Davis, received 4 Oscar and 3 BAFTA nominations.

Now DOUBT, A PARABLE, in which a Catholic school principal questions a priest’s ambiguous relationship with a troubled young student, is to get its first London revival in 10 years.

Playing at Southwark Playhouse between 6th-30th September

Nahel Tzegai in HOW IT ENDED

Nahel recently performed in Bush Theatre's theatrical experiment HOW IT ENDED.

The show is the culmination of the Bush Theatre’s inaugural Project 2036 and is written by Writer Hannah Khalil (The Scar Test), and directed by Rikki Henry.

Toyin Ayedun-Alase in THE ODYSSEY

Toyin has just begun rehearsing for London Bridge City Summer Festival's THE ODYSSEY.

Ancient Greece’s greatest epic story comes to London this summer as a thrilling 3-part open-air theatre experience played out in The Scoop amphitheatre overlooking Tower Bridge.


A three-hour, three-part story led with monstrous creatures and battles on and off the high seas, each part will be a story within itself, and can be enjoyed individually. Alternatively audiences can experience the whole of Odysseus’ journey across one fantastical evening or over several visits. 

THE ODYSSEY will play between  09 August - 3rd September 2017

Usman Akram in GOLD

Usman has just filmed a role in Feature Film GOLD.

Set in 1948, GOLD is the historical sports drama which shows the journey of India from world war to the First Olympic medal winning as Free Nation.

The film is directed by Reema Kagti.

Nick Finegan at the Yard Theatre

Nick Finegan has just started rehearsals for The Yard Theatre's production of THE LADY AND THE UNICORN.

The play is part of the First Drafts Festival. 

For six years, The Yard’s mission has been to invest in brave and bold new ideas from the writing and performance world.

First Drafts is a festival will take place over a month in July, the festival will see over twenty artists perform new ideas in front of an audience for the first time.

Leo Hatton in WILL

Leo Hatton will soon appear in TNT's WILL.  The ​highly anticipated series premieres on the 10th of July.

The series follows enigmatic genius William Shakespeare navigating life as an aspiring playwright in 1589. 


Michael Oku joined the cast of FAIR FIELD, an adaptation of medieval English literature's masterpiece.


Against a backdrop of social and spiritual crisis, encounter a cast of incredible characters in an unmissable fusion of modern and medieval.

Fair Field is conceived by award-winning arts company Penned in the Margins.


Michael will also play Philip Welsh in Frinton Summer Theatre's production of THE DEEP BLUE SEA.

Mim Shaikh' Podcasts

Mim Shaikh's  Asian Network Thursday Night Program has been nominated for 'Radio Show of the Year'  at the Inaugural DIM Awards.

Dave Hart in YARDIE

Dave Hart recently joined the cast of new Feature YARDIE directed by Idris Elba


Alex has just filmed a 30-minute one-off topical special of the TRACEY ULLMAN SHOW for BBC1.

Rebecca Herod in TRAUMA

Rebecca Herod recently filmed an episode of TRAUMA, new ITV drama series created by playwright Mike Barlett.

Toyin Ayedun-Alase in MAN DOWN

Toyin has just filmed an episode MAN DOWN season 4.

The show will air on Channel 4 and is created and written by Greg Davies.


Dave Plimmer is back as the beloved Eggy on COUNT ARTHUR STRONG.

Season 3 has a prime-time-slot on BBC1 every Friday at 8.30PM

Sheil Atim at The Old Vic

Sheila Atim is rehearsing for GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY at The Old Vic.


Named after Bob Dylan's 1963 song and written and directed by Conor McPherson with music and lyrics by Bob Dylan.

The play is set in Duluth, Minnesota during the 1930s. It follows 'a family adrift', trying to stay afloat, against a backdrop of wanders coming and going through the family's guesthouse. Then, one man thinks he has found an escape. 

Cast includes Ciarán Hinds, Shirley Henderson and Bronagh Gallagher and will run between 11th July  to 7th October.

Zephryn Taitte in THE TEMPEST

Zephryn Taitte will soon play Caliban in Stafford Festival Shakespeare's  THE TEMPEST 


Stafford's twentieth century production of Shakespeare's final solo play, is set against the backdrop of the glamour and elegance of the 1930s, the golden age of luxury cruise liners, Hollywood glamour and the dying days of vaudeville - all from a small Italian occupied island off the coast of Somalia.

The show will run at Stafford Castle between 22nd June and 8th July.

Rebecca Harod in BACK

Rebecca recently joined the cast of BACK, a new comedy written by Emmy-award winning Simon Blackwell, starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb.

The show is produced by Big Talk and will air later this year on Channel 4. 

Eddie Toll in MCMAFIA

Eddie recently filmed an episode of MCMAFIA.

This is a new eight part fast-paced global thriller for BBC-AMC starring James Norton.

Sheila Atim in BABETTE'S FEAST

Sheila Atim will be playing the title role of Babette in Karen Blixen's much loved tale BABETTE'S FEAST.

The play will run at the Coronet Printroom between 9th May and 3rd June.

Hammed Animashaun back at the RNT in BARBER SHOP CHRONICLES

After THE THREEPENNY OPERA and AMADEUS, Hammed is back at the National Theatre in BARBER SHOP CHRONICLES.


This dynamic new play leaps from a barber shop in London to Johannesburg, Harare, Kampala, Lagos and Accra. These are places where the banter can be barbed and the truth is always telling.

The show opens at the NT on 30th of May and will transfer to West Yorkshire Playhouse between 12th-29th July.


Landry Adelard, Dave Hart and Raphel Famotibe are currently appearing in the new Sky Atlantic - Showtime TV series GUERRILLA.

Written by Academy Award winner John Ridley, GUERRILLA tells the story of a politically active couple whose relationship and values are tested when they liberate a political prisoner and form a radical underground cell in 70s London. 


The 6 part mini series stars Idris Elba, Freida Pinto and Rory Kinnear.

The show airs on Sky Atlantic every Thursday between and the 13th April and the 18th May 2017

Emma Cater at the Cannes Film Festival.

Scottish student Rory Alexander Stewart will walk Canne's red carpet with his graduation film WILD HORSES in which Emma stars.

This was one of 16 films picked from 2,600 entries for the festival’s Cinéfondation category, which is devoted to emerging talent.


Wild Horses is about a teenage girl who has myalgic encephalopathy (ME), or chronic fatigue syndrome. Housebound by the condition, and struggling with her over-protective mother (Emma Cater), she runs away from home, searching for a horse and trying to establish her independence.

Phareelle Onoyon in VERSAILLES season 2

Phareelle will soon appear as Isabelle in the upcoming season of VERSAILLES.

The show will air on BBC2 from Friday 21st April at 9.30pm

Alasdair James McLaughlin in THE COMEDY OF ERRORS

Alasdair joins The Lord Chamberlain’s Men to perform Shakespeare’s most hilarious farce, THE COMEDY OF ERRORS. 


A magical and comically entwined tale of mistaken identity follows merchants, masters, parents, servants and a long-suffering wife as it plays itself out over the course of one hectic day. This riotous roller coaster of a comedy will keep you guessing and laughing until its joyous conclusion.


Performed in the open air, by an all male cast with Elizabethan costumes, music and dance. This is undoubtedly one of the hottest tickets of the summer; book early to avoid missing out!

Izabella Urbanowicz in Theatre by the Lake new Season

Izabella begins rehearsals for Theatre by the Lake's new season playing Christine in MISS JULIE and Joanne Scott-Fowler in AFTER THE DANCE.

Landry Adelard in PRURIENCE

Landry will be playing the part of Addis in the experimental theatre piece PRURIENCE.

The show will run at the Southbank Centre - Royal Festival Hall between 9th May and 30th of July 

Sheila Atim in the Bush Theatre's 'Black Lives, Black Words' Event

The Bush Theatre re-opens after one  year with a series of short plays musing on the question:

‘Do black lives matter today?’


Sheila Atim will be performing in the verbatim piece 'The Interrogation of Sandra Bland' as part of the Theatre's  'Black Lives, Black Words' Event to celebrate the re-opening of the venue.

Mim Shaikh in 'Two Pigeons' World Premier at SXSW 2017

The 'Two Pigeons' world premier took place on the 10th March at 'South by Southwest' Film Festival.

The movie, directed by Dominic Bridges and starring Mim in his first leading role, is a grotesque dark comedy about an amoral estate agent and the insidious man secretly sharing his apartment.

Dave Plimmer on tour with 'Count Arthur Strong'

Dave Plimmer joins Steven Delaney in 'Count Arthur Strong's' National Tour.

For tickets and dates check Count Arthur's web page

Series 3 of the famous comedy show will be back soon on BBC1!

Emma Cater in BBC'S 'The Strike Series - The Silkworm'

Emma Cater has just filmed an episode of the upcoming BBC drama 'The Silkworm'.

Based on the novels by Robert Galbraith (JK Rowling), this series of new event dramas follow CORMORAN STRIKE, a singularly unique war veteran, injured in service, turned private investigator, whose estimable brain and talents are put to the test across the course of three dazzlingly complex stories. Partnered with ROBIN ELLACOTT - a gifted and enterprising young woman who joins as Strike's assistant, only to grow in confidence over the course of the series - the pair work in tandem to bring notorious killers to justice on behalf of their varied clients.


Beginning with 'The Cuckoo's Calling', in which the suicide of a supermodel is revealed to be murder of shocking calculation, Strike and Robin uncover more misdeeds lurking in London's dark shadows across the course of the series.'The Silkworm' charts a high-profile missing-persons case that quickly takes on a grislier dimension, and 'Career of Evil' tests both characters to their limits, as a misogynist serial killer uncorks personal demons and unrevealed secrets. 

Leo Hatton in 'Reinas'

Leo Hatton plays series regular Lady Ann in the Spanish mini-series Reinas (Queens), about the rivalry between two great European monarchs: Mary, Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I, who face each other under the watchful eye of Philip II of Spain.

Led by Olivia Chenery, Rebecca Scott and Adrián Castiñeiras, the series is entirely filmed in English on location across Spain and Scotland and it was produced by Indiana Pictures and directed by José Luis Moreno and Manuel Carballo. 

Nick Finegan in 'Squirm'

Nick Finegan recently played Rory in the one man show 'Squirm' at the Kings' Head Theatre.

Written by up-and-coming playwright Serafina Cusack, 'Squirm' was previously staged at The Bread & Roses, Theatre 503 and The Edinburgh Fringe in 2016. 

Jonny Clark makes his drammatic return on 'Hollyoaks'

Jonny Clarke returns to Chester to play rogue Bart McQueen after a four years.

Bart will arrive back in the village bringing along with him a dark secret that is bound cause a big stir...

Kadeem Ramsay 'The Tracey Ullman Show' on BBC One

Kadeem recently featured as rapper Nonzo in BBC One's brand new season of 'The Tracey Ullman Show'

Izabella Urbanowitcz at The Vaults Festival

Izabella just finished at the Vault Festival in the  ★★★★ play A HAUNTING for which she received brilliant reviews.


'Completing the cast is Izabella Urbanowicz’s Anna. Great praise should be reserved for her touching performance of an unhappy parent, caught between her desire for more and her sense of duty towards her son. It is Urbanowicz alone who really manages to explore something a little deeper in this production.'