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Allied, Paramount Pictures
Philippe appears as Monet, a French resistance unit leader, in Academy Award winner Robert Zemeckis' World War II movie.
Sea Fret, Old Red Lion Theatre
Phil appeared in the premiere of award-winning playwright Tallulah Brown's new play, a paean to her native Suffolk coastline.
Theatrecat "Philippe Spall ... as piratical father Jim ... punctuates scenes with sea songs in a properly thrilling folk voice. He is terrific; immensely watchable; subtle."
Wolfblood, CBBC, ZDFE
Helen plays Mrs Leonard, a Biology teacher, in the first episode of the new series of CBBC's hit show. Available now on BBC iPlayer.
Call The Midwife, BBC1, Neal Street Productions
Helen plays Morag, an anguished mother, in an episode of the current series of Call The Midwife. Available now on BBC iPlayer.
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.
The Worst Witch, CBBC
Kitty plays Miss Darkside, a supply witch, in CBBC's TV adaptation of Jill Murphy's classic books. Available now on BBC iPlayer.
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.
Nimisha appeared 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.
Man Like Mobeen, BBC3
Nimisha plays Saira, Mobeen's sister, in this BBC3 comedy feed - part of the BBC sitcom season.
The Last Ones, Jermyn Street Theatre, 7 Jun - 1 Jul
Annabel plays Lyubov, the daughter of a corrupt police chief, in Maxim Gorky's tale of a dysfunctional family fracturing amid the forboding atmosphere of Revolutionary Russia.
We are delighted that Annabel has been named The Space's Performer of the Year, following her 2016 roles in The Lighthouse and Manifesto.
The Importance Of Being Earnest, The Avenue Theatre, Ipswich
Leonie played Gwendolen in Red Rose Chain's production of Oscar Wilde's comedy classic.
The Stage ★★★★ "Leonie Spilsbury particularly captures the formidable determination of Gwendolen Fairfax."
Theatrecat ★★★★ "Leonie Spilsbury is a self-assured sophisticated Gwendolen."
Twenty-One Pounds, Cheltenham Everyman, 24 May - 27 May
Madeleine joins the cast for a specially commissioned new play about the life of a slave in Gloucestershire. Based on real-life events the story looks at how both slave and owner prepare for the abolition of slavery.
Super Happy Story About Feeling Super Sad, New Diorama Theatre & Greenwich Theatre
Madeleine appeared as Sally in a Silent Uproar production about living with depression, mixing sketch comedy, live music and storytelling.
The Listening Room, Old Red Lion Theatre
Bruce appeared in this verbatim play telling 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.
OffWestEnd award nomination for Best Ensemble.
The Importance of Being Earnest, Red Rose Chain, The Avenue Theatre, Ipswich, 21 Mar - 9 Apr
Lawrence returned to the Avenue Theatre where he played Jack in Joanna Carrick's interpretation of Wilde's much-loved comedy classic.
The Stage ★★★★ "The delivery and pace from all the cast is delightful. The dialogue really does sparkle."
Theatrecat ★★★★ "Russell [as] an anxious little tyke [and] a gorgeously pompous Chasuble... the note-perfect, sharp work of the young cast."
Anyone Can Whistle, Union Theatre
Christopher played Magruder in Stephen Sondheim's comic political allegory, directed by Phil Wilmott.
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 ★★★★
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."