Listen to Paddy Jenkins in new series of hit Northern Irish sketch show – A Perforated Ulster. Written and produced by hugely successful Hole in the Wall Gang (the team behind BBC TV’s Give My Head Peace), the show brings topical satirical comedy to radio and podcast. Now available at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000s1y6 https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0229mns/episodes/downloads
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Paddy Jenkins will appear as RED in Lyric Theatre Belfast’s International premiere of David Ireland’s new play Sadie. Directed by Conleth Hill with award-winning actress Abigail McGibbon, Sadie is a Lyric Theatre Production; in association with Stephen Rea’s Field Day Theatre Company, who originally commissioned the play. It will be filmed in the Main Stage… Read more »
Rachel is joining QDOS Pantomimes in Plymouth this year as a mermaid swimming and singing as the cast of Robinson Crusoe & the Caribbean Pirates.
Chloe Taylor will be playing Fairy Godmother at Cambridge Arts Theatre in ‘Dame Trotts’ Panto Palaver’ this Christmas.
Saskia Ashdown joins the National Theatre of Scotland for Hannah Lavery piece ‘Disco with Mum’ in association with BBC Scotland, Screen Scotland, BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine project and Macrobert Arts Centre, with support from Hopscotch Films UK. For more information please visit: https://www.nationaltheatrescotland.com/late…/disco-with-mum
Saskia Ashdown joins the Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh for their podcast ‘Letters to the Lyceum’. To listen visit the website and see the attached link: https://lyceum.org.uk/letters-to-the-lyceum
Jack appears as Charles Morgan, student to Roger MacKenzie (played by actor Richard Rankin) in Season 5 Episode 8 of Outlander (Starz/Amazon) this season.
Look out for Angus Stobie in new five-part drama for BBC One ‘The Nest’ airing this Sunday at 9pm.
Jo Donnelly will appear in the stage adaptation of George Orwells famous novel 1984 at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast next month.
Charlie West joins the National Theatre of Scotland for the Scottish Tour of ‘The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil’