We're thrilled that MELISSA ALLAN has been nominated for the Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role along with the rest of the cast of Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour. The National Theatre of Scotland production originally opened at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2015 where it won several awards. It went on to tour the UK and run at the National Theatre of Great Britain in 2016.
Look out for SEAN KINGSLEY playing Alan in the musical film London Road which can be seen on BBC iPlayer at present. The film is based on the National Theatre production which was also directed by Rufus Norris. Playwright Alecky Blythe worked with composer Adam Cork after recording interviews with residents of Ipswich who had been affected by a series of murders in 2006.
Editor DAVID FISHER will soon be joining the fourth series of the BBC Scotland drama Shetland. He will be cutting the first block with director Lee Haven-Jones.
ELEN PIERCE LEWIS is about to be reunited with director Sam Miller cutting a six part series for New Pictures called Rellick. Brothers Harry and Jack Williams have written the series with Chris Clough producing for BBC One.
JASPER JACOB is currently playing the Lord Chamberlain in two episodes of the second series of Victoria. Mammoth Screen are again producing for ITV.
Sound Recordist JUDI HEADMAN will shortly be joining the third series of The Tunnel, based in Kent. Judi will be working on the Kudos/Canal+ co-production with directors from Finland, Anders Engstrom and from France, Gilles Bannier.
PEPTER LUNKUSE is currently on tour with Nell Gwynn, a co-production between Shakespeare's Globe and English Touring Theatre which follows the show's runs at the Globe and in the West End. Pepter is playing Rose Gwynn in the tour which opened at the Lowry in Salford and closes with a two week run at Shakespeare's Globe in May.
Editor MARK HERMIDA is in Scotland cutting a movie called Anna and the Apocalypse for director John McPhail. The film is an action packed zombie musical shooting in Glasgow produced by Nick Crum and Naysun Alae-Carew.
COLIN RYAN has just opened in Snow in Midsummer which plays in the RSC's Swan Theatre from 23 February to 25 March. Justin Audibert is directing Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig's contemporary re-imagining of the Classical Chinese drama by Guan Hanquin.
STEVE SINGLETON is now cutting the latest movie to be directed by Amma Asante, Where Hands Touch. The feature, produced by Charlie Hanson, follows a mixed race teenage girl in 1944 Nazi Germany and will star Amandla Stenberg and George MacKay.
SEAN KEARNS can be seen at the Criterion Theatre in Mischief Theatre's hit West End show The Comedy About a Bank Robbery.
Editor ANTHONY COMBES is now cutting the first block of The ABC, a new series for Channel 4 from The Forge TV set in a fictional Northern comprehensive school. Anthony will be working with directors Penny Woolcock and Jon East.
CLAUDIA GRANT is currently appearing in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the West End's Palace Theatre, playing Polly Chapman. 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.