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Isaura Barbé-Brown

 

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Warner Brothers

Isaura plays Laurena Kama in the much awaited sequel to Fantasic Beasts and Where to Find Them, due for release worldwide in November.

 

Maryam Grace

 

Tiddler And Other Terrific Tales, UK tour, 22 Jan - 3 Jun

Maryam comes to Leicester Square Theatre for 6 weeks of Freckle Production's critically acclaimed adaptation of Julia Donaldson's childrens books, 11 Apr - 27 May.  Other tour venues include the Bristol Old Vic, The Lowry and Nottingham Playhouse.

 

 

 

Andy McLeod

 

Secret Life of Humans, UK and US, 10 Apr - 3 Jul

Andy reprises his role in David Byrne's new play inspired by Yuval Harari's best-selling book, Sapiens, following an award-winning sell-out run at last year's Edinburgh Festival.  The production opens at New Diorama Theatre, where it runs for 5 weeks, before transferring to Greenwich Theatre, then to New York at the end of May.

 

Elliot Pritcha​rd

 

New Client Alert

Peter Pan, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, 17 May - 15 Jun

Elliot makes his professional debut playing one of the Lost Boys and working puppetry magic in this critically acclaimed adaptation of J.M. Barrie's  novel, returning to the stunning Regent's Park Open Air Theatre this Summer.  Still in his final few weeks at East 15, we are delighted Elliot has his first job lined up and can't wait to come and support him in it.  Welcome Elliot!

 

Christopher Laishley

 

The Cherry Orchard, Union Theatre, 14 Mar - 17 Apr

Phil Wilmott's new version of Chekhov's final masterpiece enjoyed a month long run at The Union.

The Stage ★★★★ "Christopher Laishley lends a fresh perspective to businessman Lopakhin, articulating the changes in his fortune with remarkable clarity."

 

 

Bryan Moriarty

 

Somnai, Site specific (2 Pear Tree Street), 12 Feb - 31 May

This new immersive event from Ellipsis Entertainment is being performed in a central London space until the end of May.

 

Stalling Online

The first episode of Stalling, a brilliantly observed new comedy web series written and directed by Bryan, is now available to view online.

Owen Jenkins

 

The Service, King's Head Theatre, 3 Apr - 8 Apr

Owen revisited this acclaimed comedy-horror with Faceplant Theatre for a week at the King's Head, Islington.

 

Paul Foulds

 

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

Paul plays the much reviewed homeless man in the opening sequence of this superhero blockbuster, based on the DC comics.

Philippe Spall

 

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.  Now available on Netflix.

 

AgainstAlmeida 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.

Imogen Wilde

 

New Client Alert

An enormous welcome to new Client Imogen, who joined us this month.  A keen podcaster and DSL graduate, we are delighted to welcome her to the team!

Helen Belbin

 

Mad To Be Normal, Gizmo Films

Helen plays Amelia Laing, mother of R D Laing, in Gizmo Films biopic of 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.

Danny Hetherington

 

Roseline, Milan, 5 Mar - 8 July

Danny is working with Pulsarts in Milan on exciting new project Roseline until July.

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