Craig reprises his role as Pat Tate in Rise of the Footsoldier: The Pat Tate Story. For Footsoldier fans, you can expect the usual gangsters and gore, Marbella and more! On general release from November 3rd
Rakhee, our latest signing, is probably best known for her role of Shabnam Masood in Eastenders and Bliss, Dr Who's assistant in the Time War audio dramas.
Alastair Parker is Fezziwig and John Dagleish plays Bob Cratchit in a new adaptation of the Christmas classic at The Old Vic From November 20th
Andrew features in a new series of Bounty Hunters starting on Sky One tonight Wednesday 25th October, Sky One, 10pm
See James Barriscale in Death Of Stalin when he shows up to arrest Rupert Friend on an Ice Rink! - things don't go smoothly as they try to remove him from the ice in Armando Iannucci's hilarious new comedy. Out Now
We are delighted to announce that we now represent Mark Cameron. Mark has warm northern tones with gravitas.
We all know that Alistair is one of the UK's top impressionists, but behind the scenes he has been hard at work making an album of piano music. For the past three years he has been practising for hours, sometimes for so long that ice packs had to be administered and his fingers literally prised off the keys! So there you go, it's never too late to learn a new skill. So step away from the biscuits and go to it! The Piano Album is released on 29th September
The Knowledge follows the hilarious struggles of four Londoners as they attempt to better themselves by attempting the fearsome "Knowledge" - the process of becoming a London black cab driver. Standing between them and the coveted Green Badge is the eccentric Mr.Burgess, the examiner (played by Steven) Also known as "The Vampire", he is on an obsessive mission to maintain standards. Charing Cross Theatre 4th September-11th November
Mae's show, 'Us' recorded live at The Soho Theatre is being broadcast on Comedy Central. Combining thoughtful social observation and wide-ranging nostalgic references to a 'pseudo-anguished' past, this love letter to her parents discusses her liberal childhood, puberty, dropping out of high school and navigating dating when you don't necessarily identify as gay or straight. Comedy Central, 23rd August 10.30pm And for those of you going to Edinburgh Festival, Mae will be there with her new show; 'Dope'