Stephen Marzella – Doctors

Stephen is filming a major guest lead  in 4 Episode’s of BBC’s Doctors, airing September 26th & October 10th, 11th & 12th, 

Doctors has been a mainstay of the BBC’s daytime programming ever since the dawn of the millennium and focuses around a busy medical practice in a fictional suburb of Birmingham. 

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Sona Vyas – Stath Lets Flats

Sona appears in the workplace comedy Stath Lets Flats as Helen, a prim and proper middle-class prospective tenant after a large property.

Written by Jamie Demetriou and Robert Popper, it follows  an incompetent letting agent Stath and his business Michael & Eagle Lettings, a dodgy London-based letting agency run by Stath’s father Vasos. Also running the business is Stath’s equally inept sister Sophie. State has big ambitions to one day take over the Greek-Cypriot family business but is hampered by his lack of ability and overall personality. In the middle of modern-day overcrowded metropolitan London finding tenants for flat rentals should be pretty easy but for  Stath it’s a continuous struggle. 

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Charlie Young – The Wasp

Charlie starred in the brilliant new two-hand psychological thriller from The Theatre Collective, The Wasp,  at the Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester that ran from 12th to the 16th of June. 

This play was the debut production by The Theatre Collective, a collaboration of theatre makers who are joining resources, networks and skills to produce top-quality independent productions.  Top-Quality indeed as it garnered a slew of rave reviews!

The Wasp follows two old school friends who have since had completely different lives. Heather, played by Charlie, is successful, glamorous with a big house in a happy, albeit childless, marriage. Carla, played by Debbie Brannan, is pregnant with her with fifth child and struggles to make a living. When the pair meet up again after 20 years later it’s not to reminisce about their old school days. Instead, Heather presents Carla with a bag full of cash and a very unexpected proposition.

This is the kind of play to which you owe yourself to know as little about as possible but just know that it’s shocking and thrilling yet darkly comical psychological thriller whose surprise twists and turns will leave you dumbstruck.  

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Jason Squibb – Poldark

Jason reprised his role of Reverend Odgers in the fourth series of BBC’s smash-hit period drama Poldark.

Poldark is based on the novels by Winston Graham and was previously made into a series by the BBC in 1975 starring Robin Ellis as the British Army officer returning to his Cornish home from fighting in the Thirteen Colonies to find his home-life turned upside down. 

The modern version stars the roguish Aiden Turner and has been one of the highest rated shows on British TV ever since its debut in 2015. Even the Prince of Wales himself is a fan! Jason’s character (played by a young Christopher Biggins in the 1975 original) has been with us since the first season. 

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Andy Owens – Swallows and Amazons

Andy played Roger Walker in Creation Theatre’s Swallows and Amazons. This version of the iconic children’s novel by Arthur Ransome was first seen at the Bristol Old Vic in 2010, adapted by Helen Edmonson with music by Neil Hannon, but revived by director Charlotte Conquest and enlivened by its outdoor setting, namely the beautiful grounds of the University Parks in Oxford.  

The story follows the children of two families, the Walkers and the Blacketts, playing and adventuring during their summer holidays in a make-believe land of intrepid rival pirate gangs, and ran from the 9th of July until the 11th of August. 

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Matthew Lloyd Davies – Audie Awards 2018

We are absolutely delighted to say that Matt has won a highly prestigious Audie Award for Humour for his narration of Carpet Diem: Or…How to Save the World by Accident.

Regarded as the Oscars of the audiobook industry, the Audies are presented annually in the US by the Audio Publishers Association and celebrate excellence in Audiobook narration and production. Out of over 50,000 titles produced in the States they are whittled down into 29 categories. Matthew Lloyd Davies, having been nominated in the Non-Fiction category last year; this year he admirably surpassed that achievement.

Written by Justin Lee Anderson, it tells the story of Simon Debovar, 15 years after losing most of his family to a devastating pudding-related tragedy, settled into a self-imposed exile from the stinking selfish morass of humanity. Content in his daily highlights of hazelnut coffee, long baths and the occasional jar of olives, his life is completely upended by the discovery that his ornate living room carpet is a deciding factor in a bet between God and the Devil. And when mysteriously well-timed carpet thieves deprive him of his divine floor-covering he has to leave his hermitage behind for a world of angels, demons, witches and immortals. 

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