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.
Suzette featured in the launching episode of the brand new contemporary thriller, Fearless, produced by leading independent programme makers, Mammoth Screen.
The gripping six-part drama follows 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 14 years earlier: a crime which he maintains he didn’t commit.
Suzette is playing Delilah, a social worker specialising in adoption, who comes across an unusual chaos in one of the lead character’s household. To catch up on the latest episodes, click here:
Lucy will be appearing in the notorious British BBC Drama series which is famously set in a busy Midlands practice.
Lucy will be playing a major guest lead in series 19 called Gale Tate. Gale is working class, thin-skinned, self conscious and mistrustful with a vulnerable, unpredictable and outwardly bolshy side. Her childhood was wrecked by her parents, so she’s apt to act out and overcompensate. However, she is academically gifted and after she arrives at university, we learn about how she copes.
To find out more about the series and catch up on previous episodes, click here.
Wendy will be appearing in the new Transformers film, The Last Knight. Transformers is a renowned American science fiction, action film whereby the fate of humanity is at stake when two races of robots, the good ‘Autobots’ and the villainous ‘Decepticons’, bring their war to Earth.
Wendy has a comedic role playing a ‘ticket taker’ in a London Museum. The new film premiers this Sunday (18th June 2017) and opens in cinemas on the 23rd June 2017 so make sure you get your tickets soon. Watch the trailer here.
Jake will be performing in The English Heart at the Etcetera Theatre for a three week run.
Boston, Lincolnshire is the area of the UK with the highest percentage of votes for Brexit. Andre, a broken-hearted returnee from South Africa, buys an old family farmhouse off married couple Marie and Jake. Andre seeks peace and isolation but gets caught up in the needs, frustrations and desires of the couple.
Buy tickets here.
Carol will feature in the brand new contemporary thriller, Fearless, produced by leading independent programme makers, Mammoth Screen and will launch on ITV tonight!
Starring acclaimed actress Helen McCrory, 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 14 years earlier: a crime which he maintains he didn’t commit.
Carol plays a tough prison officer and if you want to catch up on the latest episodes, click here:
Aasiya will be in Sanguine Night directed by Vanessa-Faye Stanley at the Gielgud Theatre. Sanguine Night is set on a faded estate in central India, a family of five women are determined to survive, surrounded by an apocalyptic landscape ravaged by a terrible accident.
The performance combines Western music and science with Indian folklore and dance, to create a tale of accountability and resilience. To book tickets, click here.
Azad is in Rides Upon The Storm which is a one-hour Danish drama TV series created by Adam Price which marks the first collaboration between Danish broadcaster DR, Franco-German net Arte and recently-launched SAM Productions.
The series explores the intimate relationship between the hostage takers and the hostages. The hostages seem to become the real heroes in situations of terror.
To read more, click here.
Andy will be in Our Cyprus, a film set in modern-day North London; Our Cyprus explores what happens when two opposing views collide. Ultimately, it’s about friendship and it reveals a human perspective that cuts through the political terrain.
Andy will be playing an old Turkish Cypriot man, Mehmet-Ali, who remembers a beautifully mixed Cyprus before the island was torn in two, a time when in his village, Lurucina, Greek and Turkish Cypriots lived as friends, neighbours and compatriots. He takes us back to a more innocent and beautifully ambiguous past when it was far harder to see where Greek Cypriots ended and Turkish Cypriots began. Can a single act of selfless courage overcome a lifetime of hatred? Read more here.