Fans of Punchdrunk can see Adam Burton in their latest creation 'The Burnt City'. Set around the fall of Troy, a mythical world of Gods and mortals rises from the ashes. Downtown, its backstreets give way to a labyrinth which hides many secrets. It's here that the furies watch on as the mortals play out their fate, and as night falls, the city comes alive one last time. 1 Cartridge Place, SE18 6ZR 22 March - 28 August 2022
you're in for a surprise! You can follow the White Rabbit (Toby Baddeley) from Alice in Wonderland on an open air adventure. This promenade performance will take place at the magnificent Hale Park House and Gardens (near Wood Green) and the beautiful ancient Beaulieu Woodland (adjacent to the Beaulieu National Motor Museum). See below for details and choose your spectacular setting! The show is packed with live music, songs, comedy and delights for the whole family. It runs just under an hour and you are on your feet following the White Rabbit on his adventure through the spectacular natural setting. http://whiterabbiteastershow.co.uk/
This year's Ink Festival sees Helen Atkinson Wood in conversation with producer Peter Fincham who talks to Helen about her career that spans classic comedy from Alas Smith and Jones to Alan Partridge amongst other things. You can also get a second chance to see Helen in action in the play Going Down Down Under, directed by and starring Helen. 21st-24th April https://inkfestival.org/ink-festival-2018/plays-in-performance-at-ink-festival-2022/ You can also hear her in Bloody Nigel Havers every day at 10.30 and 2.30 from 30th May - 5th June on East Suffolk One https://eastsuffolk.one
Morgana stars as Maxine, divorced mum of Leslie, in Gold's new drama 'Newark, Newark'. As Maxine adjusts to life post-divorce, ex-husband Terry is desperate to win her back and Leslie is grappling with coming-out. Starts March 28th on UKTV Gold
Martin stars as response officer Chris Carson in BBC 1's new 5 part series 'The Responder'. Struggling with his mental health, Carson can't remember the last time something good happened to him. First episode 24th January with all eps available on i-Player.
Rakhee stars in the BBC's new thriller The Rules of the Game. She plays Maya, the new director of HR who has been brought in to redress the lad culture in the workplace. When a dead body is found in reception, the bosses at the sportswear business are forced to look back on the company's shady past and we're taken back to the day that Maya arrives...9pm BBC One from 11th January
The wonderful Peter McDonald is playing Baldwin de Clermont in the third series of Sky's A Discovery of Witches. Baldwin plays an important role, becoming deeply involved in Matthew and Diana's attempts to have their relationship officially recognised. From January 7th on Sky and Now TV.
Dan narrates a new 5 part series for Sky Nature - Gangs of Baboon Falls. The whole series in available to stream from Monday 27th December. Happy Christmas!
Cush stars as Megan in Netflix's new drama - Stay Close. Megan is a working mum to three kids and has a seemingly comfortable life. However, she's hiding a dark secret and when an old friend from her past turns up, it's to deliver some shocking news which threatens to ruin her life and those around her. Netflix from 31st December.
A special Christmas edition is going to hit our screens on Christmas Eve (just before Father Christmas arrives!) Listen out for Lewis' many hilarious impressions. ITV Christmas Eve 10pm
All hail Morgana! Taskmaster champion!! Congratulations to Morgana on her victory. Series available on All4.
Spoiler Alert!! Coronation Street fans can soon spot Mark Cameron who plays Neville Delamere...Neville is Curtis' dad, who Curtis has told his fiancée, Emma, is dead...Emma invites Curtis' family over for a surpirse celebration ahead of their winter nuptials...Neville arrives and announces himself as Curtis' dad (as you would)...Curtis has to think quickly to get out of the situation which, no doubt, is soon to become extremely complicated!... ITV from 29th November