GREGORY GUDGEON is currently playing Coroner Morange in two episodes of Carnival Row. The show is a major new fantasy series from Amazon Studios filming in Prague, in which a serial killer preys on mystical creatures in a dark futuristic city.
RANJIT KRISHNAMMA is now in rehearsals for Simple8's production of A Passage to India. The show opens at the Royal & Derngate in Northampton on 18 January and then tours before a run at London's Park Theatre from 20 February to 24 March.
LOIS MELERI-JONES is currently working on the dual language (Welsh/English) series Craith (or in English, Hidden). She will appear in six episodes of the series playing the role of Lowri. The thriller is being filmed in North Wales and Cardiff and is being directed by Gareth Bryn for Fiction Factory who produced the successful detective series Hinterland.
Actor WILLIAM OWEN has just filmed the part of a reporter in feature film Bohemian Rhapsody which tells the story of Freddie Mercury and the formation of Queen up to the band's performance at Live Aid in 1985. The movie is directed by Bryan Singer for GK Films and 20th Century Fox.
JOHN OMOLE is returning to the Arcola to reprise his role in #Hashtag Lightie between 14 November and 2 December following its sell out run earlier this year. Directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair and written by Lynette Linton, the play is a heartwarming and hilarious exploration of the conflicting ideas of what it means to be mixed race in Britain today.
SEAN KINGSLEY will soon reprise the role of Ursus in The Grinning Man following its run at Bristol Old Vic last year. The musical is based on The Man Who Laughs by Victor Hugo and can be seen at Trafalgar Studios from 5 December.
CAOLAN BYRNE plays Culhane in three episodes of the reboot of the comedy series Porridge, currently showing on BBC One on Friday evenings. Caolan's episodes air from Friday 27 October and all episodes are currently available on BBC iPlayer.
JASPER JACOB is shortly going to be playing the Worshipful Master of the Masons, Bruce, in two episodes of White Gold. The BBC Two comedy, which is also on Netflix, is produced by Phil Gilbert and directed by Damon Beesley.
COLIN RYAN is currently in rehearsals for The Secret Theatre by Anders Lustgarten which will run at the Sam Wanamaker Theatre at Shakespeare's Globe from 16 November to 16 December. Directed by Matthew Dunster, the play centres on spymaster Sir Francis Walsingham and the surveillance network he ran from the heart of Elizabeth I's court.
CONNOR HUGHES is now in rehearsals for the European premiere of Little Women, a musical based on the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott with a score by Grammy Award winner Jason Howland. Connor will play the part of Laurie at Manchester's Hope Mill Theatre from 9 November to 9 December.
It has just been announced that MELISSA ALLAN will play Little Fan in A Christmas Carol at the Old Vic, in a cast that includes Rhys Ifans. Matthew Warchus will direct a new version of the story by Jack Thorne which will run from 20 November to 20 January.
PATRICK ROMER is now in rehearsals for the RSC's Imperium: The Cicero Plays, Mike Poulter's new version of Robert Harris' bestselling Cicero series. The event will be staged as six plays in two performances and will be directed by Gregory Doran. Imperium Part I: Conspirator will run from 16 November to 10 February and Imperium Part II: Dictator will run from 23 November to 10 February.
KIRSTY OSWALD will reprise the role of Rosie in Things I Know to Be True which is going back on tour for Frantic Assembly from 27 September before a run at Lyric Hammersmith from 11 January to 3 February.
Having just shot an episode of the long running series Vera in Newcastle, ADRIAN IRVINE is now in rehearsals for Pride and Prejudice which will run at Nottingham Playhouse from 15 to 30 September and York Theatre Royal from 4 to 14 October. The new comic adaptation by stand-up comedian Sara Pascoe will be directed by Susannah Tresilian with original music by Emmy the Great.
MARCUS GRIFFITHS, having recently played an American golfer in Father Brown, is now playing fictional political activist Marcus X in an episode of the fifth series of Endeavour. The story is being directed by Robert Quinn, with Neil Duncan producing for Mammoth Screen.
GINA ISAAC will play Blanche DuBois in Rapture Theatre's production of A Streetcar Named Desire. The show opens at the Palace Theatre in Kilmarnock on 2 September and tours Scotland, closing at the Kings in Edinburgh on 7 October.
PIOTR BAUMANN will soon be appearing in Ragroof Player's production Bridges y Puentes which will appear in Hull, London and Dover through September. The promenade production is about migration and the search for home, using several different languages - spoken, sung, played and danced.