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Ivy Corbin


Mother Courage and her Children, Southwark Playhouse, 2 Nov - 9 Dec

Ivy plays a General in the Swedish Army, a man who abuses his position to gain food, wealth and power, appearing alongside Josie Lawrence in Bertolt Brecht's anti-war classic. Translated by Tony award-winning Tony Kushner (Angels In America), produced by Danielle Tarento.


Much Ado About Nothing, Oxford

Ivy played Beatrice in Oxford Shakespeare Company's open-air production.

Oxford Times ★★★★★ "Much Ado About Nothing is a play that thrives on the energy of its cast and this production is no exception.  It is, from start to finish, a triumph."

Isaura Barbé-Brown


Apologia, Trafalgar Studios, 29 Jul - 18 Nov

Isaura understudies Freema Agyeman and Laura Carmichael in this revival of Alex Kaye Campbell's family drama.  Featuring Stockard Channing, Jamie Lloyd directs.


Paul Foulds


Justice League, Harewood Films/Warner Brothers, in cinemas nationwide

Paul plays a homeless man in this superhero blockbuster, based on the DC comics.


Balfour: Seeds of Discord, Noon Vision/Al Jazeera

Paul played Lord Arthur Balfour in this drama-documentary marking 100 years since the Balfour Declaration.

Christopher Laishley


The Secondary Victim, Park Theatre, 14 Nov - 9 Dec

Christopher plays Teddy, a naive gym instructor accused of grooming two under-age girls, in Campling Hicks Productions' world premiere of Matthew Campling's new play.

Independent "Ted is played by Laishley with increasing alarm, creating a brilliantly pathetic character for the audience to judge and to pity."

BroadwayWorld "The climax is a particularly exciting scene; Doyle and Laishley's interactions provide a lot of enjoyment.  Doyle speaks with a soothing tone... a stark contrast to Laishley's Teddy, who sits agitatedly and remains frantic in delivery."

LondonBoxOffice ★★★★ "Christopher Laishley allows the audience to focus on Teddy as a person rather than a problem, and ultimately...some understanding is elicited from the audience."

TheatreBubble ★★★★ "Laishley gives a convincing portrayal of a man descending into despair."

Annabel Smith


The Dark Room, Theatre 503, 8 Nov - 2 Dec

Annabel plays Grace, a volatile, damaged teenager, let down by her family and a dysfunctional care system in Queensland, Australia.  Produced by Paperbark Theatre and Thinking Aloud, this is the UK premiere of Angela Betzien's award-winning play. 


Philippe Spall


Against, Almeida Theatre

Philippe played a grieving father and a homeless drug dealer in the world premiere of Christopher Shinn's new play, directed by Ian Rickson, featuring Ben Whishaw.


Final Portrait, Riverstone Pictures

Philippe plays a pimp who blackmails painter and sculptor Alberto Giacometti, in director Stanley Tucci's biopic of the famous artist - with Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush as Giacometti.


Carmen Rodriguez


The Passing Of The Third Floor Back, Finborough Theatre, 28 Nov - 22 Dec

Carmen plays Mrs De Hooley, the poor relation with delusions of grandeur, in this revival of the West End and Broadway hit play set in a run-down Bloomsbury boarding house.  Directed by Jonny Kelly. 


Pygmalion, Frankfurt

Carmen played Mrs Higgins in English Theatre Frankfurt's production of Bernard Shaw's classic comedy.

Maryam Grace


Great Expectations, Old Red Lion Theatre, 12 Dec - 6 Jan

Maryam plays Estella in this modern adaptation of Dickens' classic, presented by Crowley &Co. and the Heritage Arts Company.



Leonie Spilsbury


A New Coat For Christmas, Oxford Playhouse, 7 Dec - 7 Jan

Leonie appears in this adaptation for the Oxford Playhouse, produced in association with Flintlock Theatre and Reading Rep.


Tiddler And Other Terrific Tales, Leicester Square Theatre

Leonie appeared in Scamp Theatre's adaptation of Julia Donaldson's much-loved children's books.

Timeout ★★★★ "The three-strong cast are all great...[and] have the entire audience captivated from the moment the lights dim...a delight from start to finish."


Lawrence Russell


Eric of Dock Green in Midwinter Murders, New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme, 27 Nov - 9 Dec

Lawrence plays Colin, the youngest guest at a Christmas fancy dress party.  When the host is murdered it soon becomes clear that every guest has a motive.


The Importance of Being Earnest, Red Rose Chain, The Avenue Theatre, Ipswich

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..."

Madeleine MacMahon


Sleeping Beauty, The Courtyard Theatre, Hereford, 25 Nov - 6 Jan

Madeleine returns to The Courtyard Theatre to play Queen Octavia in this panto classic.


Kings, New Diorama Theatre

Madeleine played Caz, a young homeless woman determined to change her circumstances.



Helen Belbin


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.


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.

Andy McLeod


Kings, New Diorama Theatre

Andy played Ebi, a homeless man living rough on the streets of London, in this new play from Oli Forsyth and Smoke and Oakum.


Kitty Martin


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



Owen Jenkins


The First Hippo On The Moon, UK tour

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



Brian Chandrabose


Coriolanus, The Rose Playhouse

Brian played Titus Lartius in To The Elephant's production of Shakespeare's political tragedy.

Bruce Panday 


Romeo and Juliet, London

Bruce appeared as Lord Capulet as part of Shakespeare in the Squares open-air summer season.


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