Chris will be playing Paul Marsh, a commercial estate agent, in the infamous BBC Drama series Doctors.
Doctors is set in a busy Midlands practice and follows the turbulent lives and loves of the staff and patients.
To catch up on latest episodes, click here.
Azad is in the much-anticipated four-part drama, The State, directed by the award-winning Peter Kominsky.
The State follows the experiences of four British men and women who leave their lives behind to join ISIS in Syria. In an unflinching depiction of the realities of life under ISIS, The State provides a deeply authentic drama through which we are able to explore and confront one of the most important issues of our time.
Azad plays the role of ABU HAKIM. To watch the tailor and find out more, click here.
Catch is a new play written by Rachel Lemon and our very own Yvonne Lawlor.
After receiving rave reviews in previews at Rose Bruford, Rachel and Yvonne bring this both hilarious and touching story to The Camden Fringe. Catch looks at the journey of Harry and Immy after they are confronted with news that could change their relationship forever.
To read more and buy tickets click here.
Nicholas will be performing in Desperation Bingo at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 15th – 19th of August at The Biscuit Factory.
Desperation Bingo merges verbatim theatre with a favourite seaside game – bingo! However, they are playing for high stakes. It’s just for fun. But it might just change your life.
The Biscuit Factory was listed by the Scotsman as one of their top 10 most unusual places to see a show during the fringe so don’t miss out and buy your tickets here.
Joanna will be featuring in two episodes of the infamous East Enders series this week (first episode 1/8/17).
The series involves the trials and tribulations that impact the lives of a close-knit community in London’s East End.
Joanna will be playing an inquisitive and strong willed Police Officer who takes control of the toughest situations. To watch the latest episodes, click here.
Anna-Marie will be appearing in You Can Tutu which will be released at the end of this month (31/07/17).
You Can Tutu is a heart-warming family film about one girl’s dream of dancing in the lead and realising the only way to do it, is believing that you can. 11 year old Tutu, a gifted dancer struggles to fit in to her new town and her strict new ballet class.
Anna-Marie will be playing Juaneta Gonzalez. Read more about the film here.
Leon Annor will be appearing in WILL which has just aired in America.
The new TV show tells the wild story of young William Shakespeare’s arrival onto the punk-rock theatre scene in 16th century London – the seductive, violent world where his raw talent faced rioting audiences, religious fanatics and raucous side-shows.
To read more about the show click here.
Leon will appear in the new season of Endeavour in film three as the role of Ferdy. Endeavour is a British television detective drama series about a young Endeavour Morse beginning his career as a Detective Constable with the Oxford City Police CID.
Leon’s character is Jamaican and a smart thinker. In this series we are lead to explore and understand the racism and lack of opportunities experienced by families emigrating from the Caribbean. To read more about the new season, click here.
Don’t miss Carol in tonight’s (19/6/17) episode of the new contemporary thriller, Fearless, on ITV.
Starring acclaimed actress Helen McCrory (Peaky Blinders, Penny Dreadful), the gripping six-part drama follows Emma Banville, a human rights lawyer known for defending lost causes, as she sets out to prove the innocence of Kevin Russell, who was convicted for the murder of a schoolgirl, Linda Simms, 14 years earlier: a crime which he maintains he didn’t commit. Watch the episodes here.
Helen is in The Father at the Oldham Coliseum Theatre translated by Christopher Hampton and starring Kenneth Alan Taylor.
The Father won the Molière Award, France’s most prestigious theatre award, plus a clutch of awards on New York’s Broadway and was The Guardian’s Pick of the Year. This funny and moving play that captivated London, New York and Paris gets its North West premiere here in Oldham.
The Father portrays the devastating impact of dementia on one man and the people in his life. Watch the brilliant trailer here.