Mary Lincoln – Through Lotte’s Lense

Mary plays the lead role of Lotte in this documentary film telling, the extraordinary story of the ‘Hitler Émigrés’, the refugees – mainly Jewish who escaped the Nazi regime in the 1930s and found refuge in the UK – told through the portal of Austrian portrait photographer; Lotte Meitner-Graf. 

The film will premiere at The Phoenix East Finchley on March 12th and will then be seen at Picture House cinemas around the country.

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Damien Walsh – Myth: The Rise and Fall of Orpheus

Damien will be performing as Theseus in the rock musical Myth: The Rise and Fall of Orpheus at The Other Palace in London for a limited 8-day run. 

This modern retelling of the legend of Orpheus and his journey to the Underworld began life as 27: Rise of a Falling Star which ran for 6 weeks at the Cockpit Theatre in 2016. This new run, directed by Arlene Phillips, is at the request of Andrew Lloyd Webber as part of his vision to have workshops of original productions open to the public and for theatre producers scouting for their next breakout hit. 

Myth focuses on addiction and mental illness in society through the lens of the music business with story beats that echo the tragically short lives of Jim Morrison, Amy Winehouse and Kurt Cobain

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Brian Caspe – Absentia

Brian can be seen in the Amazon Prime Original new drama Absentia as an  MT officer. 

Starring Stana Katic as an FBI agent. Who after being  declared dead  she must now reclaim her life, her identity and innocence as she finds her self the suspect in a sting of murders.

Amazon Prime Trailer

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Stuart Nunn – Network

After its hiatus NETWORK  is running until March 24th. 

Stuart Nunn is playing the role of the Floor Manager in NETWORK staring Bryan Cranston and being directed by Ivo Van Hove. 

Howard Beale, news anchorman, isn’t pulling in the viewers. In his final broadcast he unravels live on screen. But when the ratings soar, the network seize on their newfound populist prophet, and Howard becomes the biggest thing on TV.

Network depicts a dystopian media landscape where opinion trumps fact. Hilarious and horrifying by turns, the iconic film won four Academy Awards in 1976.

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Robin Cousins MBE – BBC Commentary Team Winter Olympics

Robin is a member of the BBC commentary team the XXIII Winter Olympic Games In PyeongChang, South Korea from February 9th until Feb 25th. He will commentating on the team and individual skating events. For all the information for the Games on BBC click here  

Robin participated in 2 Winter Olympic Games with Team GB in 1976 and 1980 when he won his gold medal. 

To view the his Men’s Long Program 1980 Lake Placid click here

His famous back flips are still talked about today, to see Robin in the 1986 World Pro Championships with 2 consecutive back flips and a perfect score of 5 X 10 click here

Robin still holds the record for the longest Axel jump as stated in The Guinness Book of Records. 

The 2018 Winter Olympic Games will be Robin’s 9th Games as a commentator and his 3rd as TEAM GB Ambassador with the British Olympic Association.

Robin is a triple threat when it comes to Musical Theatre too, as he can dance, sing and act. Seen in his stage performances including Cats, Rocky Horror, Chicago and many others. 

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Alana Ramsey – Macbeth

Alana Ramsey is currently in rehearsals for Macbeth at the National Theatre. Directed by Rufus Norris and starring Rory Kinnear and Anne-Marie Duff as Macbeth and Lady Macbeth respectively, this retelling of the Shakespearian classic reveals the psychological and physical consequences of the pursuit of power for power’s own sake.

Coming straight from performing as Mrs Mullet in Young Marx at the brand-new Bridge Theatre, also with Rory Kinnear, she plays one of the Murderers who kills Macbeth’s former ally and friend Banquo in an attempt to solidify his newly-gained kingship after assassinating the previous king Duncan, alongside other ensemble roles.

Previews start on February 26th with press & first nights being 6th & 7th of March and then will run in rep until June 23rd. 

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Nathan Sussex – Hollyoaks

Nathan plays   Buster in Hollyoaks, causing new family tensions as he is Damon Kinsella’s father. 

Damon, Brody Hudson and Scott Drinkwell find his number on Maggie’s bucket list. When the trio call the number in curiosity, they’re surprised when Buster is the one who answers – then walks straight into The Dog to join them!

Nathan’s role of Buster causes quite a reaction with the ladies when he arrives. What is he doing and why is he there, you will have to watch Hollyoaks to find out……

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Jenny Gayner – Gangsta Granny

Jenny is starring as Ben’s Mum in David Walliams’ Gangsta Granny. Following a national tour  in the Spring and Summer of 2017 and a West End transfer to the Garrick, this award-winning Birmingham Stage Company production is going back on tour starting on the 22nd of March at Hertford Theatre and ending at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham on the 15th of July. 

Every Friday young plumbing enthusiast Ben (Tom Cawte) is sent to stay with his boring Granny (Louise Bailey) by his Strictly Come Dancing-obsessed parents (Jenny Gayner and Jason Furnival), a situation he finds dull and dreary, exacerbated by the fact that it seems the only food his Granny ever serves him is variations on cabbage. However, this all changes when Ben discovers his Grandma’s dark secret, that she is a notorious jewellery thief. With this new perspective on his Grandma, the two of them hatch a plan for the ultimate heist: the stealing of the Crown Jewels from the Tower of London. 

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Cassidy Little and Ellie Nunn – Soldier On

Cassidy and Ellie are starring in Jonathan Lewis’ new play Soldier On, debuting on the 22nd of February at the Northcott Theatre in Exeter before one night at Gravesend’s Woodville Theatre and a long run at the Playground Theatre and Café in London from the 14th to the 31st of March before going to York’s Theatre Royal and Oxford’s North Wall Arts Centre.

Featuring a mix of actors and veterans, this new production by the Soldier’s Arts Academy and Amanda Faber Productions, whose mission is the use of creative media to help ex-servicemen and women, is a heartwarming tale about surviving life post-Armed Forces, battling PTSD and what happens when you leave the military “family”

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Brian Caspe & Michael Pitthan – Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Brian and Michael are both featured heavily in the open-world adventure video-game Kingdom Come: Deliverance, released on February 13th. 

Set in the Kingdom of Bohemia in the modern-day Czech Republic during the 15th Century, you take the role of Henry, the son of a village blacksmith, when the death of Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV plunges the kingdom into chaos as his half-brother and King of Hungary Sigismund kidnaps the new king and takes the jewel in the Empire’s crown for himself.  

Focusing very strongly on historical accuracy and a strong adherence to reality, Brian plays a number of different characters but most notably Petr from Dubá while Michael voices Lord Radzig Kobyla, the local lord trying to form a resistance against Sigismund’s invading forces.

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