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Philippe Spall

 

Allied, Paramount Pictures

Philippe appears as Monet, a French resistance unit leader, in Academy Award winner Robert Zemeckis' World War II movie.

 

Doctors, BBC TV

Philippe recently completed filming a main guest lead role for BBC's long-running day-time drama.

 

Final Portrait

Philippe plays a pimp in director Stanley Tucci's Final Portrait - currently in post-production.

Helen Belbin

 

Wolfblood, CBBC, ZDFE

Helen plays Mrs Leonard, a Biology teacher, in CBBC's hit show.

 

Call The Midwife, BBC1, Neal Street Productions

Helen plays Morag, an anguished mother, in episode 7 of the current series of Call The Midwife.

 

Mad To Be Normal, Gizmo Films

Helen plays Amelia Laing, mother of R D Laing, in Gizmo Films biopic of the unorthodox, hugely influential Scottish psychiatrist, with David Tennant as R D Laing, alongside Michael Gambon, Gabriel Byrne and Elisabeth Moss.

 

Waterboys, Feature Film, Venfilm

Helen plays Rhona Greely, a fierce and straight-talking publisher who becomes romantically involved with the film's lead.  Co-starring Miles Jupp and Tom Mannion, Waterboys was premiered recently in Amsterdam.

Nimisha Odedra

 

Revolting, BBC2

Nimisha appears as a regular in this new satirical comedy series from Hat Trick Productions and the makers of BAFTA winning hit series The Revolution Will Be Televised.  Available now on BBC iPlayer.

 

Man Like Mobeen, BBC3

Nimisha plays Saira, Mobeen's sister, in this BBC3 comedy feed - part of the BBC sitcom season.

 

Kitty Martin

 

The Worst Witch, CBBC

Kitty has completed filming on CBBC's TV adaptation of Jill Murphy's classic books, due to be shown in early 2017. 

 

Yarning, mac Birmingham

 

Mac Birmingham and Craftspace present a new play by Trevor Pitt.  Kitty is part of the script development team and plays Betty, a Cumbrian shepherdess spinning yarns about life, survival and knitting.

Owen Jenkins

 

The First Hippo On The Moon, UK tour, 13 Dec - 13 Jul

Owen joins Les Petits theatre company for a new adaptation of David Walliams' hit children's book.

 

 

Bruce Panday 

 

The Listening Room, Old Red Lion Theatre, 7 Feb - 4 Mar

Bruce plays any one of five characters in a verbatim play that tells the true stories of people whose lives have been transformed by single violent crimes, and what happens when they are offered the chance to meet the perpetrators.  Each night the audience will choose from a hat which actor is to take on which role.

Leonie Spilsbury

 

The Importance Of Being Earnest, The Avenue Theatre, Ipswich, 21 Mar - 9 Apr

Leonie plays Gwendolen in Red Rose Chain's production of Oscar Wilde's comedy classic.

 

 

 

 

 

Lawrence Russell

 

The Importance of Being Earnest, Red Rose Chain, The Avenue Theatre, Ipswich, 21 Mar - 9 Apr

Lawrence returns to the Avenue Theatre to play Jack in Joanna Carrick's interpretation of Wilde's much-loved comedy classic.

 

 

Christopher Laishley

 

Anyone Can Whistle, Union Theatre, 8 Feb - 11 Mar

Christopher plays Magruder in Stephen Sondheim's comic political allegory, Phil Wilmott directing.

 

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Buxton Opera House

Christopher played Snivel, the disgusting servant to the evil Queen, in Philip Dart's 25th year of writing and directing the Buxton Opera House panto. 

The Stage ★★★★

 

Madeleine MacMahon

 

Super Happy Story About Feeling Super Sad, New Diorama Theatre & Greenwich Theatre

Madeleine appeared as Sally a Silent Uproar production about living with depression, mixing sketch comedy, live music and storytelling.

 

Aladdin, Hereford, Courtyard Theatre

Madeleine returned to Hereford's Courtyard Theatre for her sixth consecutive year, where she played the genie in this traditional family pantomime.

The Stage ★★★★★

Ivy Corbin

 

Three Sisters, The Union Theatre

Ivy played Masha in Chekhov's classic, directed by award-winning director Phil Wilmott.

The Times ★★★★ "arresting performances that lay bare the ache of lives half-lived."

Broadway World ★★★★ "Ivy Corbin flashes and burns with Masha's anger... Even when she's not speaking Corbin dominates the stage, stewing and seething and sexy."

Annabel Smith

 

We are delighted that Annabel has been named The Space's Performer of the Year, following her 2016 roles in The Lighthouse and Manifesto. 

 

Claire Lloyd

 

Treasure Island, The Avenue Theatre, Ipswich

Claire played Mrs Hawkins and others in Red Rose Chain's Christmas show.

The Stage ★★★★ "The role-switching is well-handled by the cast, their performances dynamic and often breathtakingly good."

 

 

Simon Nicholas

 

Cinderella, Harpenden Halls

Simon returned to Harpenden Halls' pantomime where he appeared as one of the ugly sisters.

 

Norma, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden

Simon joined the ensemble for a new production of Bellini's operatic masterpiece.

 

 

 

Carmen Rodriguez

 

Great Expectations, Merton Arts Space

Carmen appeared as Miss Havisham in Attic Theatre Company's adaptation of the classic Dickens novel.

 

 

Andy McLeod

 

Happy Dave, The New Diorama

Andy played the title role of Dave, a rave dj, in this new play written by Oli Forsyth.   A Smoak and Oakum production, Happy Dave transferred to London following a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

The Stage ★★★★ "Andy McLeod excels as the stubborn but irresistible dancing Dave."

 

 

 

Paul Foulds

 

The Past Is A Tattooed Sailor, Old Red Lion Theatre, Islington

Paul played Matthew in this new play about class, thwarted love, family destruction and the upper-class dependence on money.  Written by Simon Blow, directed by Jeffrey Mayhew.

 

Rediscovering Rep, Park Theatre

Paul appeared in Park Theatre's series of Sunday Readings in the Park.

 

 

Mark Fairclough

 

The Fawlty Towers Comedy Dinner ShowNationwide

Mark plays the iconic role of Manuel in this interactive theatre/dining experience - a tribute to the classic BBC sitcom.

 

 

 

 

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