Oliver Johnstone is Henry V, the young and newly crowned king, impatient to assert control over the people of England. 9th December - 4th February 2023
It's almost time....A Christmas Carol is back at the Old Vic and Owen Teale plays Scrooge. You're sure to be in for a treat with this heart-warming classic. 12th November - 7th January
Al can also be seen in A Christmas Carol at the Old Vic - reprising his role as Fezziwig, the jovial and seemingly prosperous businessman to whom the young Ebenezer Scrooge and Jacob Marley were both apprenticed. 12th November - 7th January
Jasmine has written and stars in Baghdaddy - a coming-of-age story set in1991 during the Gulf War. It explores the complexities of cultural identity and a father-daughter relationship amidst global conflict. Fri 18 Nov - Sat 17 Dec at Jerwood Theatre Downstairs .
Clifford plays spy Petushok, in the new play 'Dmitry'. A brilliant poetic drama that cuts to the psychological, political, and spiritual heart of the epochal Russian story on London's newest stage. At Marylebone Theatre 29 September - 5 November
Congratulations to Owen who scooped the top award for Actor in Dream Horse at this year's BAFTA Cymru awards!
Morgana plays Carla, in BBC 2's new series "Stuck". Carla and Dan are at a crossroads in their relationship and when Carla's ex-girlfriend turns up, it only makes things more difficult. Starts Thursday 8th September, BBC2 10pm
Kosha Engler voices Flip Flop and Dave Skinner is the Store Manager in Nickelodeon's brand new series 'Best & Bester'. Best buddies Best & Bester have the unique ability to transform themselves into whatever they want to be...but actually the best thing to be, is yourself. Saturdays and Sundays at 7.30am (repeating at 4pm) on Nickelodeon from 3rd September 2022.
Not only is Elizabeth a fab voiceover artist, but she is also now an author. Her extensive research into the history of British pop music has resulted in 'Why Britain Rocked' which uncovers the unique events and unexpected influences that encouraged British pop to be, in all its glorious, crazy, luminous, joyous, profound, melancholic, ferocious, anarchic, witty, smart and wonderful ways. Available to preorder from Amazon and is published on 30th September
For those who love a peek behind the scenes, Secrets and Scandals...is a series which takes a look at some of Britain's best loved programmes and reveals some little known secrets and scandals!! Narrated by the wonderful Kate Robbins, this week's instalment is all about what happended backstage at the UK's one time most popular music show - Top of the Pops. Saturday 20th August 9pm, Channel 5. The series is available on My5
Bentley Kalu is Johan in a newly released game, Raft: The Final Chapter. You need to survive by collecting ocean debris and avoid the dangers of the ocean. It's not going to be easy!!
Callum lends his dulcets to Andy Hamilton's novel 'Longhand' . Malcolm George Galbraith is being forced to leave the woman he loves behind and needs to explain why. So he leaves her a handwritten note on the kitchen table, telling the whole story of his life. Malcolm's story combines tragedy, comedy, mystery, a touch of leprosy, several murders, a massacre, a ritual sacrifice, an insane tyrant, two great romances, a landslide, a fire, and a talking fish. Available on Audible
Video game fans can now see the trailblazing Halo on TV - the epic 9 part sci-fi series is now available on Paramount+ and can see Bentley as Vannak 134.
Clifford has been busy turning his hand to writing a children's story. Clifford was asked to reimagine the African folktale 'How Tortoise Tricked The Birds' adapted for children beginning to read. A humerous and lively tale, find out what happens when trickster Tortoise joins the birds at the Great Feast in the sky and then gobbles up all of the food! A humorous and lively African folktale, specially adapted for children just beginning to read. https://usborne.com/gb/how-tortoise-tricked-the-birds-9781474998840
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
Aaron plays Megaman in Reggie Yates' new feature film 'Pirates'. Set on New Year's Eve 1999, the story follows three best mates, trying to break into the music scene through Pirate radio. They drive through London in their tiny Peugeot pumping a live garage set from the stereo and arguing about their Avirex jackets and Naf Naf imports. As the eighteen-year olds step into adulthood they know their lives and friendships are on the brink of change. Determined to see out the century with a bang they drive from place to place in a desperate search for tickets for the best millennium party ever. " Pirates heads to UK cinemas via Picturehouse on 26 November.
We are delighted to announce that we now represent Hermione Norris. Hermione is best known for playing Karen Marsden in Cold Feet as well a wealth of other roles throughout her succesful career. She has lovely warm tones and would add value to many brands.
The Larkins are back on our screens in ITV's adaptation of The Darling Buds of May. Selina plays Norma Norman, wife of Pop Larkin's nemesis Alec Norman. Starts Sunday 10th October ITV
Cush is back on stage playing Hamlet in this new contemporary production at the Young Vic. Until November 13th.
Written by Tom Palmer and Tom Stourton, All My Friends Hate Me is a dark comedy about social paranoia. Tom S plays Pete who is reuniting with his college friends for a birthday weekend, but one by one, his friends turn against him. Is it a sick joke or is he paranoid?... At BFI London Film Festival 6th - 17th October.
Emily is back with her biographically inspired stand-up comedy, impressions and sketches. Each week unpicks the trials of modern life. Starts Thursday 30th September ITV2 10pm
Amanda is Dot, part of Wolfe Kinte's forensics team. This razor-sharp crime drama follows the team as they investigate various crime scenes and unpick the clues to discover the truth. Sky Max from 10th September
All is not as it seems on Hollington Drive. Peter plays David, husband of Helen, one of two sisters whose families enjoy spending time together but when their children go off to play together, their seemingly perfect lives begin to unravel. Starts 28th September on ITV
Emily investigates stories of dishonesty, fakery and lies - hearing from the victims and perpetrators of some of the most elaborate hoaxes to reveal the truth. Available now on Spotify
Sharlene portrays Doreen Lawrence in 'Stephen', a new 3 part drama portraying events from 2006, 13 years after the murder of her son, Stephen Lawrence. It follows the ongoing struggle that Doreen and Neville Lawrence had to achieve justice which finally saw the conviction of two of the gang who committed the murder. Starts 30th August, 9pm ITV
Olympic legend Michael interviews 4 of Britain's most celebrated Paralympians, starting off with Ellie Simmonds who, at 13, became Britain's youngest ever Paralympic Gold Medal winner at Beijing in 2008. Michael Johnson Meets starts 14th August 4.30pm Channel 4
Hold onto your hats!! Kate is going into Eastenders as music producer Jen Glover. Jen's friend Rocky, brings her in to mastermind the pop career of Whitney Dean. All episodes available on BBC iplayer now.
Border Patrol is back for another series following the daily lives of the Border Patrol officers in Poland. Quest, Fridays at 9pm
The Kings are back for another series. Created by and starring Tom Davis, the sitcom is set amongst a competitive working-class crescent in the outer London suburbs and follows Gary King, a family man who has taken over his dad's building firm. Starts 30th July 9.30pm BBC1
ITV's new cooking show, Cooking with the Stars, sees Johnny and other celebrities, paired with a professional chef who will mentor, teach and take them from passionate amateur to restaurant level chefs. Each week the celebs battle it out to try to avoid getting the chop. Good luck Johnny! Starts Tuesday July 13th. 9pm ITV
Jon and two mates have teamed up to bring you The Failing Writers Podcast. Join them as they attempt to realise their dreams of becoming writers of comedy, crime, action...basically, all the genres. Come with them on their journey of self-development and see if they can possibly succeed in their quest without the knowledge, time or motivation. Available wherever you get your podcasts
Cush is Francis Cairnes whose son has been killed in a hit and run. Intent on avenging her son's death, the only thing keeping her going is the desire to hunt down and kill the man she believes is responsible. Premieres on Britbox 27th May
Mae Martin's semi-autobiographical comedy drama Feel Good returns for a second series. The show follows the intense relationship between the stand-up comedian and her new girlfriend George who is struggling to come to terms with her own sexuality. Netflix from 24th June.
Set in the front room of an Afro-Caribbean home, the series explores the highs and lows of one family from the 1940s to the present day through their hopes and desires, challenges and shattered dreams. Clifford plays the lead role of Cyrus who believes that he's found the love of his life in a young nurse, Eunice Daley. A chance meeting after a hospital appointment was all it took for him to want to spend the rest of his life with her. Available now on BBC iplayer
Johnny is Terry Bremmer, failed coach tour operator who along with his partner Gemma, decide to try their hands at becoming private detectives. Shobna Gulati plays the local police officer who also happens to be Gemma's sister-in-law. Farcical scenes ensue... starts Saurday 8th May, 9pm on Gold
The Mallorca Files is a feel-good drama about British police officer who joins forces with a wise-cracking German detective to fight crime on the picturesque Island of Mallorca. Clifford plays Danny, a member of a stag party that goes horribly wrong. On BBC iplayer
Dean plays the unsavoury crime lord Pekka Rollins. Based in 'The Barrel', the slum in the city of Ketterdam, Rollins is out to take the jobs that Kaz and his gang are vying for. If he succeeds then they will not get out of the city in time to claim the immense prize. Available now on Netflix.
Johnny and his long-suffering assistant Bev, have set themselves quite a challenge - to source and convert 5 vintage buses into holiday homes. Having no previous experience of running a business or renovations on this scale, what could possibly go wrong...starts 5th May 10pm Channel 4
This new series follows the life of Leonardo da Vinci and explores a tantalising murder mystery. Max plays military megalomaniac Cesare Borgia. Available now on Amazon Prime
Ben plays General Kirigan in Netflix's adaptation of Shadow & Bone. Kirigan is leader of the Grisha - people who practice the Small Science, a form of magic. He is the only Grisha who can summon and manipulate the darkness...sounds like someone's in for a whole heap of trouble.... Netflix from 23rd April
Never mind H...could it actually be O? Owen Teale that is! Owen plays Chief Constable Philip Osborne who is well dodgy. We've just got one more week to find out. Or have we???....
We're very excited to announce that Karl has joined our roster! He's probably best known for the travel show An Idiot Abroad and its follow up The Moaning of Life. Welcome aboard Karl!
As ever in showbiz, the show must go on! That means even though we're in lockdown, The Baftas still come to you from the Royal Albert Hall. Dermot hosts the second of two programmes with nominees joining from all over the world. The Bafta Film Awards Opening Night, BBC 1, Sunday 11th April, 7pm.
Dan narrates a new Sky series looking at shipwrecks with the latest state-of-the-art equipment. From the atolls of the Indian Ocean to the icy waters of the St. Lawrence River the team take us on a journey to investigate the remains of the world's most spectacular underwater disasters. Starts 31st March 10pm on Sky History
Dermot has written a series of books about Toto the Ninja Cat and the Museum of London is celebrating one of the stories, Toto the Ninja Cat and the Mystery Jewel Thief, along with Dermot in a special online event on 9th April which delves into the history of London to find out what inspired Toto's adventures. Sign up for free at the Museum of London!
Elaine Cassidy is back on our screens in Channel 5's new 4 part drama, Intruder. Elaine plays Rebecca Hickey who along with her husband are living an idyllic life in their custom-built house in the West Country. Their paradise is shattered when they are broken into and her husband kills one of the intruders. Channel 5, 9pm 5th-8th April
Marvellous Morgana is in a new series of Hey Duggee. Make sure you tune in every day this week to catch her voicing different characters across the series. CBeebies weekdays at 7.15
Amy Shindler has co-written the new TV series - Mystic. Set on the fictional peninsula of Kauri Point, New Zealand, Mystic tells the story of Issie Brown and her new-found friendships with the town's teen horse riders, and their efforts to save Kauri Point from an industrial development that threatens it. All episodes now on BBC i-player
Emily is on the panel of the BBC's new series in which four people all claim to be the owner of the same house. Only one of them is telling the truth and the panel have to guess who that is. If they guess correctly the owner wins a prize. If not, they get nothing! Starts 24th March, BBC One, 9pm
Cush Jumbo is back as Lucca Finn in this brilliant legal drama. It starts with a bang as we see into Diane Lockhart's alternative reality where Hillary Clinton is president and Harvey Weinstein is her latest client.... Starts Thursday 18th March, More4 9pm
Dean once again lends his golden tones to Gold Rush: Dave Turin's Lost Mine. Premieres on Discovery, Tuesday 30th March 9pm
Tom drifts along with fellow comedian Romesh Ranganathan in a kind of rudderless way, in their weekly podcast 'Wolf and Owl'. (Tom is the Wolf incase you were in any doubt) All manner of topics are up for discussion and sometimes they take on listeners' problems too...
Gyles and his friend Sheila Hancock were touring the canals of North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent in this week's episode of Great Canal Journeys. Catch the first episode on All4. The next ep is on Monday 22nd March. 9pm More4
The Rishi and Manpreet saga continues - will their plans to renew their vows be the answer to their woes, or will there continue to be a love triangle.... ITV weekdays 7pm
not really....but Richard's Corrie character, Johnny Connor is in prison for killing someone during a getaway from a bank robbery. Watch this space....ITV weekdays 7.30pm
Marcel plays several numbers in CBeebies latest series of Numberblocks. Kids can sing along and learn all about numbers! Weekdays at 8.10 on CBeebies.
We are delighted to welcome box-fresh Eleanor Kirby to our roster. Eleanor is young and natural with a smoky edge
We're chuffed to welcome the multi-talented Selassie TBC into the fold. Not only is he one half of Future Bubblers and co-founder of Pattern Sounds, but he has monthly shows on NTS and Worldwide FM. Young, cool and contemporary Londoner.
As you may be aware, tomorrow is Red Nose Day! Have you ever wanted to bid for a piece of art by a well known actress and comedienne and know that all proceeds for to Comic Relief? If the answer is yes!! then now is your chance! You could be the lucky owner of an original painting by the one and only Helen Atkinson Wood! All you have to do is write the number and title of each work you would like to bid on - and the price you wish to bid - and email it to RedNoseVillage@gmail.com Please supply your name, address and phone number. But hurry! you've only got until midnight on 19th!!! Please go to https://rednosevillage.weebly.com/splat.html
Dave Spud is back! Follow the misadventures of underdog Dave and the rest of the Spud family. Saturdays 9.05 am on CITV
The Pembrokeshire Murders is a true crime series following the race to convict serial killer John Cooper, who became known as 'The Bullseye Killer' after footage from an appearance on darts-based game show Bullseye played a crucial role in the trial against him. Owen plays barrister Gerard Elias who has the task of prosecuting John Cooper to try to get him convicted of the murders. Available on ITV Hub
ITV's This Morning fans can look forward to seeing Dermot as a regular co-presenter of the Friday show. It's sure to be a fun kick-start to the weekend!
Reluctant witch Diana, gets the unwanted attention of Peter Knox (played by Owen Teale), when she discovers a lost manuscript in the Bodleian Library. Peter Knox believes that it is impossible for witches and vampires to coexist and knows that the manuscript can help him bring about the vampires' demise. But can the powerful Peter persuade Diana to help the witches get the upper hand? On Sky and Now TV from January 8th.
Matthew plays Tim, husband of Kathy, an archaeologist who develops frontotemporal degeneration, a less well known form of dementia. The film shows the impact that Kathy's change of personality has on Tim and those around her. From February on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon
Craig plays foul-mouthed weightlifter Terry. Set in a grimy Newcastle gym, Terry preys on beta male Simon on the pretext of turning him into a 'real man'. The Times says 'Fairbrass steals the show, with terrifying, unblinking charisma in every scene.' On general release.
Mark lends his dulcets to a new series of Border Control:Europe. The series follows the work of the Security and Customs Services, operating at the borders of European countries and under constant threat from drugs, weapons, and suspected terrorists. Mondays at 9pm on Quest and repeated on Saturdays at 5pm