CRISPIN GREEN, having recently cut new ITV series The Halcyon, is now back on HBO's Game of Thrones. This is his fourth year on the hugely successful Belfast based series, working with director Jeremy Podeswa.

New client and recent LAMDA graduate LUCINDA TURNER has landed her first TV job playing Margaret Baxter in the Turner Network TV series Will. Following a successful pilot, nine episodes about William Shakespeare's life in his early 20s are being filmed at Dragon Studios in South Wales.

CAOLAN BYRNE has also been cast in the series, playing a fanatical Catholic called Matthew in 2 episodes. Both clients will be directed by Shekhar Kapur who is directing the first block in a break from working on feature films.

Designer STEPHEN CAMPBELL, who is a new addition to the books, has just started working on an exciting new series based in Scotland for BBC Three. Clique follows childhood friends Georgia and Holly as they begin their student life at the University of Edinburgh and are drawn into a dangerous group.

WILL BARTON is playing the role of Alcock in The Libertine, which will run at Theatre Royal Haymarket from 22 September. The production is directed by Terry Johnson and stars Dominic Cooper as the debauched Earl of Rochester, John Wilmot.

"Will Barton, as Tom Alcock, stood out and reminded me of Blackadder's Baldrick."
Nancy Connolly, Bath Chronicle

New client DAVID YARDLEY has recently started cutting the second series of ITV's The Durrells. The production shoots in Corfu but edits at Ealing Studios and is produced by Christopher Hall, with Steve Barron directing the first block.

COLIN RYAN has recently finished filming an episode of Doctor Who in Cardiff. Bill Anderson directed the episode which will be in the show's 11th series since its reboot.

Director of photography DOMINIC CLEMENCE is currently working on the ever popular Silent Witness with director David Drury. Earlier in the summer, Dominic shot the third series of the award winning CBBC series Hetty Feather.

ROSS O'HENNESSY has almost finished shooting feature film Knights of the Damned in South Wales. He can also be seen playing the regular part of Locke in The Bastard Executioner which is showing on the History Channel on Tuesday evenings.

Editor DAVID FISHER is cutting the first and third blocks of this year's Vera episodes. The popular North-East England set series is being produced by Letitia Knight.

MARCUS GRIFFITHS can be seen in a season of plays at the Royal Shakespeare Company which includes HamletCymbeline and King LearHamlet and Cymbeline are currently running in Stratford-upon-Avon with King Lear opening on 1 September. Cymbeline and King Lear will also get a London run when they transfer to the Barbican in November.

Editor SIMON BRASSE is currently working on the second series of the highly successful Channel 4 show Humans. Paul Gilbert is producing for Kudos and Simon is also working alongside director Francesca Gregorini.

The wonderful JESSICA BAGLOW has been nominated for the Ian Charleson Awards for her performance as Marina in Pericles at Shakespeare's Globe. The Awards are run by the National Theatre and the Sunday Times and reward the best classical stage performances in Britain by actors under the age of 30.

MATTHEW TABERN is continuing to edit an exciting new eight part comedy/travel drama series that shoots in East Asia. Foreign Bodies is being produced by Tim Whitby for Eleven Film with Jonathan Van Tullekan directing the first block.


CLAUDIA GRANT is currently appearing in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the West End's Palace Theatre. The new episode in the Harry Potter story joins Harry nineteen years on from the seventh book to find him with a wife and three children and a job at the Ministry of Magic.


ELEN PIERCE LEWIS is now cutting the first episodes of Jamestown, a major new serial from Carnival. The eight parter shoots in Hungary and is directed by John Alexander with Sue De Beauvoir producing.

DANNY HORN is currently playing the lead role of Ray Davies in hit West End show Sunny Afternoon. The Olivier award winning musical about the rise of The Kinks is on at the Harold Pinter Theatre.