Matt Lloyd Davies – Three Days in the Country

Matthew Lloyd-Davies will be appearing in Three Days In The Country at the National Theatre, starting rehearsals on June 22nd.

A handsome new tutor brings reckless, romantic desire to an eccentric household. Over three days one summer the young and the old will learn lessons in love: first love and forbidden love, maternal love and platonic love, ridiculous love and last love. The love left unsaid and the love which must out.

Ivan Turgenev’s passionate, moving comedy, A Month in the Country, has been a source of inspiration for films, a ballet and the plays of Chekhov. It’s presented here in a new version by Patrick Marber and will run in the Lyttleton Theatre from 21st July 2015.

To find out more about the production or to book tickets, please click here.

Visit Matthew Lloyd-Davies profile.

Stefanie Powers – 55th Monte Carlo Television Festival

Earlier this month Stefanie Powers  attended the 55th Monte Carlo Television Festival.

HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco as Honorary President, the festival took place at the Grimaldi Forum from 13 to 18 June.
The festival celebrates the best television in the world and includes  series previews, exclusive programme presentations, talks by producers, discussions with famous scriptwriters among the stars of television past and present.

To view Stefanie’s profile click here


Bethan Cullinane – RADA Festival

Having just flown back from her “Romeo & Juliet” adventure for The Globe, Bethan is taking part in this years RADA Festival. Now in its fourth year in 2015, the RADA Festival celebrates the remarkable range of work being created by their graduates, students, and staff in many styles and forms running from 23 June – 04 July.

Bethan will be performing various roles in Young Bloods written by Simon Scarrow (Adapted by Robin Morrissey & Oliver Johnstone)

To view more information or to book tickets click here



Cassidy Little – Doctors

Cassidy Little will be appearing today in Doctors for the BBC.

Cassidy will be playing the lead guest role Edward in an episode of the popular daytime soap.

To visit Cassidy Little’s profile, please click here.


Bethan Cullinane – Romeo & Juliet

Bethan was flown to Oslo last minute to play the role of Juliet.

Romeo & Juliet directed by Dominic Dromgoole & Tim Hoare is currently on a world tour.

“Huge thanks from the Globe to Bethan, who stepped in at the last minute in Oslo, Norway, and made a great Juliet: incredibly professional and as ever, a delight to have her with us on the road”.

To see Bethan’s profile click here 

Jessica Collins – Silent Witness

Jessica has recently filmed an episode of Silent Witness for the BBC.

The acclaimed British drama series, created by Nigel McCrery, features around a group of forensic pathology experts and their investigations into various crimes.

View Jessica’s profile.

Bevan Celestine – As Is

Bevan Celestine will be appearing in William M. Hoffman’s As Is at the Trafalgar Studios.

Following a sell-out run at the Finborough Theatre in 2013, Andrew Keates’ production now transfers to Trafalgar Studios with a new cast and design. Using humour and sensitivity, As Is shatters the apathy and ignorance surrounding AIDS in the 1980s.

As Is will run in Trafalgar Studio 2 from 31st June – 1st August.

To find out more about the production or to book tickets, please click here.

Visit Bevan Celestine‘s profile.

Luke Rampersad – Solace

Luke is currently filming in the lead role of Guedado in Solace, written and directed by Tchaiko Omawale.

Following the death of her father, 17 year old Sole is sent to live with her estranged grandmother in Ladera Heights. A questionable friendship develops between her self-destructive neighbour Jasmine and her friend, Guedado. Through the struggle with loss and despair, the trio find comfort through each other’s company.

To learn more about the film, please click here.

Visit Luke Rampersad‘s profile.

Jenny Gayner – Reviews in for Singin’ In The Rain

Jenny Gayner is currently playing the role of Lina in Singin In The Rain at Kilworth Theatre.

The Stage says “Jenny Gayner gives a jewel of a performance as the squawking, hysterical Lina Lamont. Her every articulation is toe-curling, and the flickering, black and white movies that yield to the talkies are full of mischief.”

To read the full Stage review click here 

To see Jenny’s profile click here