We're thrilled that DANNY HORN will be taking over the role of Ray Davies in hit West End show Sunny Afternoon from 5 October. The Olivier award winning musical about the rise of The Kinks is on at the Harold Pinter Theatre.
IAN PIRIE is currently filming Tommy's Honour in Scotland, a film about the founders of the modern game of golf. Ian plays Willie Park, who won the first ever Open Championship, alongside a cast including Peter Mullan, Jack Lowden and Ophelia Lovibond. Jason Connery is directing.
Editor CRISPIN GREEN is finishing off cutting the second series of The Tunnel, working with director Tim Mielants. The Kudos eight episode co-production shoots in Kent and France.
After The Tunnel, Crispin will go over to Belfast to start editing the next series of Game of Thrones. This is the third series he will have worked on, teaming up again with directors Jeremy Podeswa and Miguel Sapochnik.
Having finished filming in Prague on The Musketeers, ROSS O'HENNESSY is back in his native South Wales playing the recurring part of Locke in The Bastard Executioner. Kurt Sutter (Sons Of Anarchy) is the showrunner for this new Fox TV series which is set in the Middle Ages.
Top designer WILL HUGHES-JONES is working for the BBC again on the six episode thriller series Undercover. The series has been written by Peter Moffat with James Hawes and Jim O'Hanlon in the directors' chairs.
SALLY SCOTT is currently playing the recurring part of Nell Hathaway in the ITV series Lewis. Nell is the sister of DS James Hathaway, played by Laurence Fox.
In the autumn Sally will be going over to Broadway to reprise her role in King Charles III when the show, starring Tim Pigott-Smith, transfers to New York.
Editor DAVID FISHER is working with directors Marek Losey and Jamie Childs on the sixth season of Vera. Set in the North East, the popular series stars Brenda Blethyn and is produced by Letitia Knight.
SEAN KEARNS will be joining the cast of long-running West End musical Wicked from September. He'll be taking over the role of Doctor Dillamond in the show which is in its ninth year playing at the Apollo Victoria Theatre.
Congratulations to editor STEVE SINGLETON, who having won the BAFTA for Best Drama Editor last year for The Fall has been nominated again for the third season. The series stars Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan and shoots in Belfast.
Steve is currently cutting Crossing Lines, after which he will be editing Dickensian with director Mark Brozel. The new series, produced by David Boulter, is being made by Red Planet.
MELISSA ALLAN is working on the National Theatre Of Scotland's production of Our Ladies Of Perpetual Succour, an adaptation of Alan Warner's novel The Sopranos. Adapted by Lee Hall and directed by Vicky Featherstone, the show opens at the Edinburgh Festival on 18 August, tours Scotland and then plays at the Live Theatre, Newcastle in October.
The next movie that top editor JOHN WILSON will cut is Me Before You, which is based at Pinewood but being financed by MGM. The feature stars Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin with Thea Sharrock in the director's chair.
NICHOLAS GERARD-MARTIN has been cast in the Royal Shakespeare Company's King & Country season, which comprises productions of Henry V, Henry IV Parts 1 & 2 and Richard II. The shows will play in Stratford-upon-Avon, at the Barbican and abroad.
Having just completed a two part special of the popular Idris Elba led series Luther, with director Sam Miller and Marcus Wilson producing, ELEN PIERCE LEWIS has just started work on the second series of Indian Summers, this time working with director Jonathan Teplitsky and producer Dan Winch.