Timothy George – Positive

Timothy will be playing the role of Benji in Shaun Kitchener’s Postive, at the Park Theatre. The show opens on July 7th and runs until August 1st.

Benji’s mantra has just about got him through his first year with HIV, but it’s not so much the virus that’s the problem – it’s everything that comes with it. Afraid of stigma and rejection, he’s stopped going out, he’s let himself fall out of contact with his family and God only knows when he last had sex.

To read more about the play and to book tickets, please click here.

To go to Timothy’s profile, click here.

Pauline Moran – A Little Chaos

Pauline Moran plays the role of Arianne in A Little Chaos directed by and starring Alan Rickman for BBC Films.

The film tells the true story of a female landscape-gardener is awarded the esteemed assignment to construct the grand gardens at Versailles, a gilt-edged position which thrusts her to the very centre of the court of King Louis XIV. Can she overcome the challenges of this new and complex world, and the ghosts of her own past tragedy, to secure a future with the man she loves?

A Little Chaos is on general release from 17th April 2015.

To see more information about the film, click here.

To see Pauline’s profile page, please click here.

Tanveer Ghani – Amar, Akbar and Tony

Tanveer Ghani stars as ‘Uncle Jay’ in feature film,  Amar, Akbar and Tony, on general release from April 17th 2015.

Uncle Jay is always the life and soul of the party. But when he returns from a trip to India with an attractive new bride in tow, it creates a few raised eyebrows within the family. A realistic, multicultural coming-of age comedy drama, Amar, Akbar & Tony follows the lives of three childhood friends as they stumble through life from their carefree twenties into adulthood.

To view the film’s official website, please click here.

For Tanveer’s full profile, click here.

Charlotte Blackledge – The Importance of Being Earnest

Charlotte is currently in rehearsals for the new production of The Importance of Being Earnest, covering the roles of Gwendolyn and Cecily.

Oscar Wilde’s much loved masterpiece stars David Suchet as the formidable Lady Bracknell and will be directed by Adrian Noble.

The production will be touring from 11 May to 22 June 2015, before moving to the West End at the Vaudeville Theatre from 24 June to 7 November 2015.

For more information and to book tickets, click here.

To view Charlotte’s full profile, please click here.

Ken Christiansen – Closer To Heaven

Ken Christiansen will be appearing in the first London revival of Closer To Heaven at the Union Theatre, directed by Gene David Kirk.

The show originally premiered at the Arts Theatre in 2001, with an original score written by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe of the Pet Shop Boys and featuring a book by playwright Jonathan Harvey (Beautiful Thing).

It centres on a young dancer who is offered a bar job at a London nightclub, where he quickly becomes part of an unconventional family including Billie Trix, a fading 60s rocker and mother figure to the club’s habitués. Ken plays Bob Saunders, a record producer who tries to sign Dave for a boyband he is forming.

For more information and to book tickets, click here.

To view Ken’s full profile, please click here.

Bonnie Langford – EastEnders

Bonnie is joining the cast of EastEnders playing the role of Carmel Kazemi who is Kush’s mother, who is not yet ready to cut the apron strings.

Bonnie: “I’m so thrilled and delighted to be part of EastEnders.”

Having most recently starred as Muriel Eubanks in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels in the West End.

Keep an eye on our website for updates on when you can catch Bonnie making her mark on Albert Square.

To visit the EastEnders website, please click here.

Click here to visit Bonnie Langford‘s profile.

Georgia Slowe – Four Tails

Georgia has written, produced, co directed and starred in this delightful short which tells the story of 4 dog walking friends. The short has been nominated for many festival awards.

To see more about the film click here

Visit Georgia’s profile here 

Current List of Nominations.

OFFICIALLY SELECTED FOR ST TROPEZ INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2015.
BEST LEAD ACTRESS IN A SHORT – GEORGIA SLOWE
BEST DIRECTOR OF A SHORT – CHRISTOPHER VILLIERS.
BEST PRODUCER OF A SHORT – GEORGIA SLOWE AND NICK FRANCO.
BEST SOUND TRACK – ABI HERCULES AND MICHAEL CSANYI-WILLS.
OFFICIALLY SELECTED FOR MADRID INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2015.
OFFICIALLY SELECTED FOR SHORT FILM CORNER AT CANNES 2015.
OFFICIALLY SELECTED FOR THE INTERNATIONAL FILMMAKER FESTIVAL OF WORLD CINEMA – LONDON.
NOMINATED FOR BEST SHORT FILM – GEORGIA SLOWE
NOMINATED FOR BEST PRODUCER OF A SHORT FILM – GEORGIA SLOWE
NOMINATED FOR BEST EDITOR OF A SHORT FILM – NICK FRANCO
NOMINATED FOR BEST DIRECTOR OF A SHORT FILM – CHRISTOPHER VILLIERS
NOMINATED FOR BEST LEAD ACTOR IN A SHORT FILM – ADAM MORRIS
NOMINATED FOR BEST LEAD ACTRESS IN A SHORT FILM – EMMA DAVIES
OFFICIALLY SELECTED FOR THE BEESTON FILM FESTIVAL 2015.
OFFICIALLY SELECTED FOR THE PORTSMOUTH FILM FESTIVAL 2014.
NOMINATED FOR FOR BEST COMEDY.
NOMINATED FOR BEST HAIR AND MAKE-UP.
OFFICIALLY SELECTED FOR THE HENLEY FRINGE AND FILM FESTIVAL 2014.
AWARDED AN ‘AWARD OF EXCELLENCE’ BY BEST SHORTS
OFFICIALLY SELECTED FOR THE MARBELLA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL.
OFFICIALLY SELECTED FOR THE SOUTHAMPTON INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2014.
NOMINATED FOR BEST COMEDY.
OFFICIALLY SELECTED FOR THE LA FEMME INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL.
OFFICIALLY SELECTED FOR THE SUNSCREEN FILM FESTIVAL, LA
OFFICIALLY SELECTED FOR THE BERLIN SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
THE ACCOLADE GLOBAL FILM COMPETITION: AWARD OF EXCELLENCE SPECIAL MENTION: WOMEN FILMMAKERS